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With much support, family moves forward after fire

OLD ORCHARD BEACH – Maurice Doucette of Old Orchard Beach received a call Saturday, March 18 that no one wants or expects to get. His home caught fire and it was a total loss.  More...

Planner leaving Scarborough for SoPo company

SCARBOROUGH – Scarborough’s Planning Department will be in a period of transition this spring. Town Planner Dan Bacon resigned from his post after 13 years with the department to take a planning position in the private sector.  More...

South Portland Earth Day cleanup set for April 22

The South Portland Land Trust is organizing a citywide Earth Day cleanup and invites area residents, businesses and organizations to participate by helping to clean up parks, beaches, shorelines and trails across South Portland 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. More...

Brain power

Members of the Cape Elizabeth High School Science Bowl team, including, from left, junior Ryan Collins, and seniors Sam Price, Mac Huffard, Wes Parker and Allie Moulton, pose after besting nearly 100 More...

Housing group headed for do-over

SOUTH PORTLAND — Seven months after an ad hoc committee turned in its report on the shortage of affordable housing in South Portland, along with a list of suggested solutions, the city appears ready to have done an about face and create a new g More...

Letters

South Portland is fishing for a new lawsuit

To the editor:   I am writing to address the proposed “Consumer Protections for Renters in South Portland.”  More...

Letter writer too close to subject?

To the editor:  I’m writing in response to Don Russell’s tirade last week   More...

Renter feels pain of establishing a home

To the editor:   More...