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Moth damage subsides in Cape

CAPE ELIZABETH — A combination of a harsh weather and state pest control efforts have led to a noticeable decline in defoliation in Cape Elizabeth from winter moths, according to a recent report by town tree warden Mike Duddy.  More...

City buys water bottles for employees

SOUTH PORTLAND — As part of her goal to achieve “zero waste or darn close to it” at city-sponsored events, South Portland’s new sustainability coordinator, Julie Rosenbach, has instituted a ban on disposable water bottles.&nbs More...


In the News

Three join land trust board of directors   The Cape Elizabeth Land Trust (CELT), now in its 30th year, has welcomed three new members — Wyman Briggs, Nikki Dresser and Jim Fisher — to its 14-person board of directors.  More...

A Window on the Past

Million Dollar Bridge and Portland waterfront

If you’ve driven down Commercial Street in Portland lately, you’ll have seen a flurry of activity and change going on. More...

LP gas project leads to new city policy

SOUTH PORTLAND — The recent confusion and resulting controversy over a propane storage project in South Portland has resulted in a change in the way the city conducts business.  More...