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    Marching in D.C.: Maine women ready to stand for rights for all

    PORTLAND — Hundreds of thousands of women are expected to descend on the nation’s capitol this week to take part in the Women’s March on Washington, which is scheduled...

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    Portland Planning Board to hold hearing on Fort Sumner Park zoning

    PORTLAND — Zoning protection for an iconic Munjoy Hill view will be open to public comment at the Tuesday, Jan. 24 Planning Board meeting in City Hall. The hearing on...

    Portland panel prepares regulations for short-term rentals

    PORTLAND — City councilors could soon have regulations to consider on short-term housing rentals. Jill Duson, chairwoman of the council’s Housing Committee, said Jan. 12 she expects the committee to...

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    Portland multi-cultural hair show to aid African women

    PORTLAND — A first-ever multicultural hair show, which will benefit a charity empowering girls and women in Zambia, is planned for Sunday, Jan. 22, at One Longfellow Square. The...

    Portland-area schools receive ecomaine recycling grants

    PORTLAND — Ecomaine announced the winners of more than $16,000 in grants awarded to 12 Maine schools as part of the company’s 2017 school Recycling Grants Program. The nonprofit regional...

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    Cape Elizabeth picks Sturgis for town manager

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Matthew Sturgis will be the next town manager. The Town Council Thursday announced that Sturgis, the town’s tax assessor, has been promoted to the top position. The...

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