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Community News

Rotary recognizes club members

The Biddeford-Saco Rotary Club recognized 12 community members for their commitment to serve the community. More...

Services to be held at Etz Chaim

Congregation Etz Chaim announced its summer schedule, which includes Cantor Beth Strassler leading Friday evening Shabbat services on July 6 and Aug. 3 at 7 p.m. Saturday Shabbat services will be held July 21 and Aug. More...

Smoke alarms installed

Twelve homes in Saco are safer following the installation of free smoke alarms by the American Red Cross of Maine and the Saco Fire Department.  More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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Planning to park

Proposal could allow more control

BIDDEFORD – City councilors will soon consider ordinances to the charter that will allow an expedited process during a change in downtown parking. More...

Going for gold

Biddeford resident Leslie Mason displays awards from the York County Special Olympics Spring Games held May 4 where he placed first in softball and the 25-meter walk, and second place in the 10 meter walk. More...

Neighbors

Lucky Pup Rescue

Walden is 1-year-old and has a beautifully patterned, two-toned coat that looks like he might be part Catahoula. Walden is an active dog who enjoys his daily walks – the longer the better. More...

Lemonade, crunchy ice

Mira Pinterich, 11, of Biddeford, sold lemonade all day Sunday, June 17 on Pool Street. Her grandparents, Dennis and Catherine Anglea said she plans to be out there all summer. (Molly Lovell-Keely photo)   More...

Editorial

Run for Cash way to remember veterans

To the editor:   More...

Ranked choice voting, explained for November vote

Legislative Lowdown

After many months and many rounds of debate, Maine voters have determined that we will use Ranked Choice Voting to select our elected officials in federal races and in primary elections.  More...

OOB has new way to experience history

While walking past Libby Library’s Staples Street entrance the other day, I noticed its mascot, Libby Lobster, admiring the plaque recently installed as part of the OOB Museum in the Streets Project. More...