January 9, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Computer crash kills Head Light sales

CAPE ELIZABETH — Looking at the results of the most recent tourist season at Portland Head Light, one might wonder if the haul, or lack thereof, might be a harbinger of a wavering economy.  More...

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Changes coming to transfer station

CAPE ELIZABETH — A safety review commissioned in the wake of a recent death at the Cape Elizabeth Transfer Station will result in traffic pattern changes to be instituted at the facility as soon as Jan. 21.  More...

Michelle Danois wins Great Person Award

SOUTH PORTLAND — When notified Monday that she won this year’s “Great Person” contest in The Sentry, Michelle Danois had one word — “Wow.”  After all, the award did not come from lack of trying. More...


Developers continue to meet with neighborhood

SOUTH PORTLAND – More progress was made when the community and developers reconvened to discuss a vacant 6.5-acre plot at the end of Summit Terrace Road. More...

Renderings soon available for rink

SCARBOROUGH – One of the responsibilities of the Planning Board is to make sure applicants meet the town’s design standards as they are drafting plans for commercial and residential developments in Scarborough. More...

Sprague Corp. gets ‘special’ consideration

CAPE ELIZABETH — A town council attempt to secure the blessings of the Cape Elizabeth Planning Board for a zoning change that would allow the Sprague Corporation to continue holding weddings at its Wentworth Lodge estate stalled out Tuesday ove More...