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    May 12, 2021

    Westbrook Little League Roundup: Majors softball (April 28-May 1)

    April 28 Opening night Xtreme 11 vs. Cavallaro 6 Xtreme’s Addison Deroche pitched four innings, struck out 11, walked one and gave up two runs. Hattie Clark came in on the mound in the fifth and closed out the final inning of the game striking out four, walking two, two hits and giving up four […]

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    May 12, 2021

    Westbrook Little League Roundup: Majors softball (May 3-8)

    May 3 Xtreme 17 vs. Bonny Eagle 3 Addison DeRoche (2-0) took the mound for the first three innings to take the win for Xtreme (2-1). She gave up no walks or hits and had eight strikeouts. Hattie Clark came in and closed out the last three innings with one walk, one hit and one […]

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    May 5, 2021

    New Gloucester hires new town manager

    Former Gardiner City Manager Christine M. Landes will begin her three-year contract May 10 at a starting salary of $92,500.

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    May 5, 2021

    New Gloucester board tables anti-mask resolution

    Members of the public opposing the measure call it “ignorant,” “irresponsible,” a “manifesto” and a spread of misinformation.

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    May 5, 2021

    Naples voters reject forming town public works department

    The $13.1 million town budget for 2021-2022 was approved at the April 29 Town Meeting.

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    May 5, 2021

    Bibliophiles, rejoice: A new bookstore is coming to Windham

    Sherman’s Maine Coast Book Shops announced late last month that the local bookstore chain is opening a new location in Windham this summer, as well as locations in Topsham and Rockland.

  • Published
    April 27, 2021

    SAD 6 to treat senior Standish residents to free dinner

    Senior citizen appreciation meal SAD 6 will sponsor its annual, free dinner for senior citizens who live in the Bonny Eagle school district on May 20. A “Grab and Go” turkey dinner will be available curbside from 4:30-5:30 p.m. at Bonny Eagle High School’s main entrance parking, 700 Saco Road, Standish. Students and administrators will […]

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    April 26, 2021

    Letter: Segrist will bring ideas, energy to Cumberland council

    As a Cumberland resident, I’ll be voting for Mark Segrist for Cumberland Town Council on June 8. From the moment I met Mark, it was clear he had the ideas, talent and energy to invest in our community. He’s an engaged community member, serving on the town’s Climate Action Plan Subcommittee and coaching Little League […]

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    April 26, 2021

    Letter: Council needs to face facts about West Falmouth sewer line

    Falmouth town councilors need to face facts: • The CMP Route between Woodville Road and Woods Road is the least expensive alternative for the West Falmouth sewer line. The route was recommended in the West Falmouth Sewer Master Plan and WHA engineers confirmed it was least expensive. • Falmouth wastewater employees don’t like working in […]

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    April 26, 2021

    Letter: Charter commission candidate seeks to empower ‘off-peninsula’ neighborhoods

    Portland’s northern district is a largely forgotten area of our city. Tucked a few miles away from the hustle and bustle of downtown, thousands of Portland residents live here. North Deering, Riverton and Deering Center are rich with trails, outdoor recreation, outstanding neighborhood restaurants, families and local schools. As a lifelong resident of District 5, […]

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