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Town tweaks rules for church use

CAPE ELIZABETH – Spurwink Church, a 215-year-old former Congregational church that has been under the control of the town for the last 60 years, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and for years has been a popular venue for we More...

Nutrition program gets a makeover in Cape Elizabeth

CAPE ELIZABETH – The Cape Elizabeth Nutrition Department is undergoing an organizational redesign, one Director of Nutrition Peter Esposito said is aimed at make the operation more efficient, but for now the structure of the Scarborough nutriti More...

In the Know

SIDEWALK WORK — According to South Portland Public Works Director Doug Howard, his department is in the midst of a city-wide assessment of sidewalks, a goal set earlier this year by the city council.  More...

Swim, bike run: Community fun

Mimi Esch, 13 and Luciana Esch, 11 are all smiles after racing through the finish line of last Sunday’s Tri By the Sea youth triathlon. More...

Cape sports eligibility to change

CAPE ELIZABETH – Last week a new graduation policy went into place for freshman, the first class that will earn a diploma under the new proficiency-based education program, but the board of education decided the policy regarding how those requi More...

Health & Medical

TOTAL Well-being

SEPTEMBER is... National Food & Safety Month

Clean produce properly to avoid contaminants   The demand for fresh produce has increased in recent years as more people are turning to fresh fruits and vegetables for their nutritional value. More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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