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It Happened in Windham: A few cemetery stories

Family cemeteries were common in the “olden days” but records were seldom kept of who was buried in them. Sometimes the old gravestones – if they had them – have deteriorated over time so they are unreadable. Often, a little cluster of fieldstones is all that’s left of a place where a family spent hours pondering their future and the unknown.

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Patriot 5K in Gray to offer state record bonus

In just six years the annual Patriot 5K race around Crystal Lake in Gray has quickly become one of Maine's premier races for avid runners, weekend warriors and first-timers. With more than $5,000 in cash and prizes, top runners in Maine and New England compete. This year organizers, with the support of lead sponsor Michael Liberty and the Liberty Family Foundation are offering a $1,000 bonus to the runners capable of breaking the states 5K records.

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L.L.Bean Ranked in the Top 10

Internationally recognized outdoor retailer L.L.Bean was recently ranked in the top 10 in the country for the highest corporate reputation among the top 100 most visible companies by the annual Harris Poll Reputation Quotient® study. Since 1999, the study has proven to be an important baseline for measuring the reputation strength of the most visible companies in the U.S. as perceived by the general public.

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Cops & Courts

Windham police log, March 16-23

A male juvenile, 15, was summonsed March 20 on Sandbar Road on charges of criminal threatening and domestic violence assault.

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Lowest Gas Prices in Cumberland & York Counties
Maine Gas Prices provided by GasBuddy.com
(See individual papers for a list of stations nearest to you.)

Editorial: Time will give clarity to feds’ new dam rules

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s reissuing this week of a license to operate Eel Weir Dam on Sebago Lake to Sappi Fine Paper is a major development for Greater Portland, which relies on drinking water from the lake.

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