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    Bath aging survey reveals concern about independence

    BATH — The results of a survey of residents by Age-Friendly Communities of the Lower Kennebec are eye-opening, and sometimes sad. Sixty percent of those who responded expect they will...

    Annual Cape Elizabeth strawberry festival ‘praying’ for better weather

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Sprawled across several acres in town, thousands of strawberries will ripen as summer unfolds. The problem is the unfolding may not happen in time for the...

    Artists to paint the town for Cape Elizabeth Land Trust

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Over the course of a weekend, 30 award-winning landscape painters from Maine will spread across town to paint the natural landscape en plein air. The outdoor...

    Bath seeks input on traffic changes for 2 streets

    BATH — The latest in a series of proposed traffic remedies for Richardson Street and Western Avenue go to a public meeting next week. The City Hall gathering will be...

    Launch in Bath a year away for reconstructed colonial ship

    BATH — Sporting a bushy gray beard, a tattoo and earrings, Rob Stevens looks the part of a man who has built a few ships in his day. He...

    Construction closes section of South Portland Greenbelt through at least July

    SOUTH PORTLAND — A sewer project along the Greenbelt Walkway is expected to restrict access to part of the popular trail for most of the summer — if not...

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