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Local man travels through the lens

Cape Elizabeth photographer Mason Philip Smith has been taking pictures for a long time. When Smith took a picture of a woman’s worn and gnarled hands in the Yunnan province of China last fall, he was confident he had a great shot.  More...

Police Notes

Two Arrested on South Portland Domestic Disturbance Call

South Portland Police Say Officers Used Taser on Man Who Tried to Spray Them With Pepper Spray

South Portland police made two arrests 11:30 p.m. May 31 at 18 Ocean St., including a man who allegedly attempted to spray officers with pepper spray when they responded to a domestic disturbance call. More...

Police Notes

South Portland police   May 11  Adam R. Hogue, 31, of South Portland, was arrested at 7:07 a.m. on Main Street for violating a condition of release and operating a motor vehicle without a license.  More...

Pond Cove IGA gets facelift

Norm Barrett, store manager at the Pond Cove IGA grocery store in Cape Elizabeth, said he doesn’t try to compete with larger grocery chains like Hannaford and Shaw’s.  More...

Two Democrats vie for District 7 Senate seat

2012 PRIMARY RACE

Maine’s Senate District 7 is made up of Cape Elizabeth, South Portland and part of Scarborough. It’s currently held by Sen. Cynthia Dill, who is running to replace Olympia Snowe in the U.S. Senate. Incumbent state Rep. More...

Community

Library director’s experience prepares him for future

Thomas Memorial Library Director Jay Scherma has had a strange month.  More...

Auction opens on Sunday

Whether you’re enjoying a relaxing lakeside vacation, ocean breezes on a windjammer sail, or dining out in one of Maine’s terrific restaurants – that’s what summer in Maine is all about. More...

Cape grad gives because of cancer experience

As a first-team all state and all conference catcher for four years, Colleen Martin, 21, is more accustomed to blocking pitches in the dirt than delivering them to the plate.  More...

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