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Leading by example

It is amazing to me that July is already upon us. It seems as if the Dec. 5 swearing-in ceremonies were just yesterday. I remember coming to Augusta that day determined not to let partisan bickering prevent us from working for the people of Maine. More...

Art vending at Fort Williams could change

CAPE ELIZABETH – Cape Elizabeth is considering a set of regulations to govern artists selling their work in Fort Williams Park.  More...

A Window on the Past

Redbank Village and the Westbrook Street Trailer Park

We continue this week with more of the World War II shipyard housing complexes in South Portland. More...

Group spreads awareness through bike trip

SOUTH PORTLAND – In the first week of a bicycle trip that will span eight weeks and hundreds of miles, the biggest problem for the Climate Summer Maine team was the weather. More...

Letters

Fiduciaries need to act—and act now—regarding fossil fuels

To the editor: On Feb. 27 of this year I attended an investment committee meeting conducted by the board of trustees for the University of Maine System (UMS) More...

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Resident wants to make cancer a thing of the past

SOUTH PORTLAND—Susan Towle of South Portland had already beaten cancer when the disease struck her family again in 2009. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in August 1997, and has been cancer free since she went through treatment that year. More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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