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Maine Wailer: Falmouth musician who played with Marley is all about roots, Schrock, reggae — FALMOUTH - When Glen DaCosta first met musician Bob Marley in Jamaica in 1972, DaCosta was a saxophone player in one of Jamaica's most popular bands, Zap Pow. "With Zap Pow everything was precise, so I guess that was what Bob wanted with his group, and so he asked us to com...

Editor's Notebook: Twenty-two words, and 553 writers, to appreciate from 2014 — I don't usually have time to trade emails or chat with every reader who writes a letter to the editor. I'll write or call to confirm letters, but beyond that, unless a letter needs clarification, or if the writer asks a question about our policies for publishing letters, I don't usually fo...
Dec 22, 2014

Editor's Notebook: Twenty-two words, and 553 writers, to appreciate from 2014 | The Forecaster

Yarmouth boys make stunning statement at Cape — CAPE ELIZABETH-Coming into the season and during its first two weeks, the Yarmouth boys' basketball team heard all the buzz about Cape Elizabeth being the gold standard in Western Class B this winter. Well, the Clippers thought they were pretty good too and did they ever show it with...
Dec 21, 2014

Yarmouth stakes claim as Western B favorite with decisive win at Cape. Story & photos:

Senior stars lead Greely over Falmouth — CUMBERLAND-The legend of Ashley Storey continues to grow, the legend of Haley Felkel is just beginning and the Greely girls' basketball team rolls merrily along. F- 6 12 7 3- 28G- 14 13 17 10- 54 F- Hickey 3-3-10, Burton 1-3-5, Birkel 2-0-4, Adams 1-0-3, Ryan 1-0-3, Cooke 1-0-2, Wiggin 0-1-1 G- Storey 10-3-24, H.
Dec 20, 2014

Greely girls ride Felkel and Storey's excellence to win over Falmouth. Story & photos:

Cheverus comes to life, wins at Deering — PORTLAND-For nearly five minutes Friday evening, Cheverus' boys' basketball team did little right and as a result, found itself in a mighty hole. Then, the Stags dug out of it and proved that it's not how you begin a game that matters, but how you finish. Cheverus fell behind ...

Waynflete boys still perfect after holding off OOB — PORTLAND-The 2014-15 Waynflete boys' basketball team remains a work in progress, but there are signs that this squad, like last year's edition, could evolve into something quite special. Friday afternoon, the defending Western C champion Flyers hosted rival Old Orchard Beach and while they never trailed, they never got comfortable either, but they found a way to get the job done.
Dec 20, 2014

Waynflete boys beat OOB, make it five in a row to start season. Story: