September 20, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Neighbors

OOB Car Show, a day for family

Left, the Monroe family, who were visiting from Billerica, Massachusetts, participated in the car show while sporting matching T-shirts, with their 1971 Chevrolet Camaro. More...

Biddeford, Saco RiverJam, 2018

Top left, Adam Germant, age 4, plays on a larger than life Twister board during the first night of the River Jam Festival on Main Street, Friday, Sept. 14, one of the outdoor activities geared toward younger attendees. More...

Clean produce properly to avoid contaminants

The demand for fresh produce has increased in recent years as more people are turning to fresh fruits and vegetables for their nutritional value. More...

Editorial

Library has books, documents to help with legal matters

Library Links

Every Friday morning a group of talented people gather at McArthur Library to knit and crochet. It is a very informal setting, beginners are welcome and the experienced handiworkers often teach the novices. More...

Birthdays

Sept. 8: Happy birthday Mommy (Kandis Lacroix), love, Gavyn, Dylan and Alyssa.  Sept. 14: Happy birthday James Cole from GMACC.  Sept. 17: Happy birthday Ryker Gendron from GMACC.   More...

Did You Hear?

Did you hear? On Saturday, Sept. 15, the Old Orchard Beach Chamber of Commerce hosted its 25th annual Car Show and it was their largest one yet.  More...

Downtown parking fees introduced

BIDDEFORD – As parking regulations and fees continue to be discussed during city council meetings, with a potential implementation date as early as Nov. 1, some councilors are in opposition.  More...

Saco officials: We’re not paying for Camp Ellis fix

SACO – The city council voted unanimously to adopt an official position on the erosion crisis in Camp Ellis, the first time the city has ever made such a stand on an issue. More...

News

Saco, Biddeford aim to recycle better, more

SACO/BIDDEFORD – As cities locally and nationwide work on strategies to curb recycling contamination, Saco and Biddeford are working with their respective recycling providers to find a solution. More...

Eggs & Issues starts Sept. 21 at YCCC, Wells

York County Community College will kick off the fall Eggs & Issues series with guest speakers Tammy Ackerman, executive director of Engine, Joanne Putnam, police chief at Wells Police Department and Deanna Sherman, president and CEO of Dead River More...

Community News

R & R center expands hours on Saturdays

Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 1044 has expanded hours of operation at its R & R center located at 508 Elm St. in Biddeford.  Starting Saturday, Sept. 22, it will be open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. More...

Currier Museum trip is Oct. 12

York County Senior College invites members and non-members to participate in its fall field trip, scheduled for the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, New Hampshire Friday, Oct. 12.  More...

St. André offers opportunities

St. André Health Care invites community members to “Walking the Path Together”– a program supporting loved ones on their journeys with dementia, 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Oct. 13 at the facility on Pool Street in Biddeford. More...

Letters

School committee member, resign or be recalled

To the editor:   Recently a member of the Biddeford School Committee was indicted on several assault charges including attempted sexual assault.  More...

Re-elect candidate for York County sheriff

To the editor:   As the highest law enforcement official in the county, I want my sheriff to be courageous, accomplished and a visionary. Fortunately, York County residents already have a sheriff that possesses all of those qualities.  More...

Incumbent walks the walk; re-elect Saco senator

To the editor:   More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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