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    South Portland steps back from sanctuary status

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The City Council on Monday debated amendments to water down a prior resolution that could label South Portland a “sanctuary city.” The wording still concerns some residents...

    Scarborough reduces proposed budget increases, property tax hike

    SCARBOROUGH — A proposed reduction in the combined town and school budget would mean a drop in the corresponding tax increase for property owners. Town Manager Thomas Hall and...

    South Portland waterfront provides coordinates for experienced chef, restaurateur

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The city’s newest waterfront restaurant plans to open in June, replacing a landmark that lasted more than two decades. North 43 Bistro will open where Joe’s Boathouse...

    Brunswick college student’s business makes the most of mini-fridges

    BRUNSWICK — For a guy in the refrigerator business, Mitch Newlin doesn’t have much time to chill out. The Brunswick native, who is a Bates College senior and full-time member...

    Cape Elizabeth schools hope to multiply mathematical thinking

    CAPE ELIZABETH —  The grade 5-12 math curriculum is under review, especially at the high school, where adding statistics in grade 11 next year is hoped to keep students academically...

    Cape Elizabeth lawmaker's sick leave legislation heads to Senate

    AUGUSTA — A bill to bring universal sick leave to all Mainers is moving forward. LD 1159, “An Act to Support Healthy Workplaces and Healthy Families by Providing Paid Sick...

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