11 hrs ago
Judge upholds $10K cash bail for accused heroin dealer
A judge on Monday upheld $10,000 cash-only bail for a Kittery, Maine, man accused of dealing marijuana and heroin, while on bail for heroin possession.
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15 hrs ago
York police log: March 3-8
He had a March 3 court date. 4:45 p.m. - Michael R. Poliquin, 45, 54 Ossipee Road, York, was charged on Route 1 with operating while his license was suspended or revoked and possession of a suspended or fictitious license.
20 hrs ago
Kittery-Portsmouth bridge getting underwater inspection
Transportation officials are optimistic that a bridge connecting New Hampshire and Maine hasn't sustained any structural damage after an oil tanker struck a pier supporting the span.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Kittery teachers want pay hikes, too, after Hutton's big raise
If there are funds enough to pay the Superintendent of Schools Allyn Hutton an 11.7 percent raise, then there is enough to pay teachers more, said the president of the Kittery Education Association.
Harsh winter causes overages in Kittery's DPW budget
The winter has taken its toll on the Kittery Public Works Department budget, with the overtime paid to the crew nearly double what was budgeted last July.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Commemorative book to honor men of Thresher
A limited edition of "Silent Strength," the new book about the men lost aboard USS Thresher, is expected to be available by April 10 - just in time for the 51st anniversary of the submarine disaster.
Memorial Bridge to close for 5 nights for repairs
The bridge that runs between Kittery, Maine and Portsmouth, N.H. will be closed to all traffic - vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian - from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. beginning Sunday.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Officials: $414M impact, 'bright' future at shipyard
In 2013, the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard contributed $414.3 million in local civilian payroll into the Seacoast economy and hired 161 new employees.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
New closure threat for Portsmouth Naval Shipyard?
The Portsmouth Naval Shipyard is booming. That's according to a report on the installations economic impact from last year.
KIttery police log: Feb. 24-March 5
2:52 p.m. - Summonsed Edward T. Janjauskas Jr., 55, of 15 Autumn Way, for failure to register a vehicle, after a motor-vehicle stop on Haley Road.
Oil tanker hits Portsmouth-Kittery bridge, does little damage
The New Hampshire Transportation Department says an oil tanker struck a pier at the Memorial Bridge that connects the state to Maine, and there's no apparent damage to the bridge itself.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Education Matters to formally meet
Education Matters, an informal group interested in York education, is holding its first formal meeting and is looking for those interested in joining, according to organizer Sarah Patch.
Legislature rejects bill banning fake guns in Maine schools
Maine's Democratic-controlled Legislature has rejected a bill that would have banned BB guns and non-firing replica firearms in schools.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Kittery residents voice concerns about teachers' salaries
No residents spoke out about the 11.7 percent salary increase for Superintendent Allyn Hutton at the public hearing on the proposed fiscal year 2015 school budget Tuesday evening.
Navy trying again to redevelop shipyard prison
Dating back 106 years, the prison on Maine's Seavey Island in the Piscataqua River separating New Hampshire and Maine features medieval architecture with turrets that give it the appearance of a castle overlooking Portsmouth Harbor and the North Atlantic.
June C. Rodis
June was born June 20, 1930, in East Vassalboro, on the family farm, the daughter of Benjamin Sr. and Annabel Cates.
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Kittery Estates hosts community programs
Kittery Estates is offering a number of programs to the community this month for fun, food, entertainment and lifelong learning.
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Teaching with the iceberg in mind
Not this year. Not in Maine. I was thinking about this today in school and during my last block of teaching, while I was grumbling about the ice and snow still covering the streets, my sophomore English students reminded me about one of the essential principles of my classroom - sometimes less is more.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Historian speaks at Jefferds' Tavern
The program is one in a series sponsored by the Museums of Old York. Called the Soup Series, the night features a speaker on a historical topic, followed by a simple dinner of soup and bread.
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The Maine Charter School Commission will vote on three proposals for new charter schools, and Secretary of State John Kerry is heading overseas to Ukraine amid rising tensions.