May 31, 2012 RSS feed / In the News

Biddeford officials consider bond purchase

Biddeford officials are looking in to the option of a bond package in order to make immediate cuts to the 2013 budget.  After announcing $500,000 needed to be cut from the fiscal year 2013 budget without eliminating city personnel, officials met More...

OOB officials put off approval of document

After three weeks of deliberation, members of the Old Orchard Beach Town Council have decided to table a discussion about whether to sign a memorandum of understanding with officials from the Edith Belle Libby Memorial Library.  More...

Main Street Challenge winners announced

The three winners of the Main Street Challenge have been announced by the Heart of Biddeford and will open up their businesses in Biddeford later this year.  The winners will receive $20,000 incentive packages in order to spur economic activity More...

RSU 23 vote set for June 12 in three municipalities

Saco, Old Orchard Beach and Dayton residents will have the opportunity to vote on the Regional School Unit 23 budget June 12 during the budget validation referendum.  The $43.5 million budget was passed by the RSU board on May 15. More...

Biddeford physician accepts reprimand

A Biddeford doctor has lost the authority to prescribe controlled substances after failing to adhere to rules set by the Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine.  More...

Biddeford releases mobile website

Biddeford officials have announced a new mobile version of the city’s website.  Jerry Gerlach, Biddeford’s information and technology director, said in a press release the website can be used from any mobile device that has Internet More...