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Ellie Miller scored in overtime to lift Windham to a field hockey win over Gorham on Tuesday. Zoe Dries had an assist on the Miller’s winning goal. Goalie Kelsey Gerry racked up 12 saves for Windham (8-5-1).

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GORHAM — Gorham High School students got an opportunity last Tuesday to commune with nature and their fellow students as part of the school’s Mountain Day activities.

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Daisy Stone converted a pass from Erin Bresnahan in the second period and Anna Borelli added an insurance goal in the fourth with Maggie Pendergast assisting as the Scarborough field hockey team earned a 2-0 win over Thornton Academy on Monday.

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Police chief announces promotion, new patrol officer Police Chief Christopher Sanborn has announced that Michael Coffin has been promoted to sergeant from school resource officer, named his replacement and hired a new patrol officer.

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FALMOUTH — Jordan Wolf set the school shutout record as Falmouth beat Bonny Eagle 3-0 Tuesday in girls’ soccer. Wolf had two saves for her 25th career shutout and also scored a goal for the Navigators (4-0-1).

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Brady Hoglund and Jack Kingsley each score a goal in the second half as the Stags beat Portland, 2-1. Cheverus came back from a one-goal halftime deficit for its first boys’ soccer win of the season,

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Several schools have seen large turnouts with huge freshmen classes this fall, and new programs continue to pop up around the state.

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Some are trying to lure new hires by offering bonuses as big as $3,000, as the pandemic makes a longstanding problem worse.

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Gorham councilors Tuesday approved a skate park, balked at sending a $6.1 million school referendum request to voters and raised the cost of burying the dead in town. The board authorized spending $125,

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Perry awarded trophy at rainy car show Kenney Aldrich, president of Gorham Lions, said the club’s car show on July 25 at Gorham High School was a “washout.” Aldrich expected 150 cars but only 30 showed up because of the morning rain showers,

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