In Focus: Celtics, the Grove and Hall Elementary School

Posted May 03, 2013, at 12:17 p.m.
Former Boston Celtics player and current radio color commentator Cedric Maxwell said Thursday in Portland he believes the team can defeat the New York Knicks in its first round playoff series. Maxwell was in town for an appearance at Bayside Bowl, where the Maine Real Estate and Development Association was holding a silent auction and charity bowling competition to raise money for the ACE Mentor scholarship program.
Former Boston Celtics player and current radio color commentator Cedric Maxwell said Thursday in Portland he believes the team can defeat the New York Knicks in its first round playoff series. Maxwell was in town for an appearance at Bayside Bowl, where the Maine Real Estate and Development Association was holding a silent auction and charity bowling competition to raise money for the ACE Mentor scholarship program. Buy Photo
Old Town's Kelsey Heseltine (right) slides to second base beating the tag by Ellsworth's Hailee Lancley during the game in Ellsworth Thursday.
Old Town's Kelsey Heseltine (right) slides to second base beating the tag by Ellsworth's Hailee Lancley during the game in Ellsworth Thursday. Buy Photo
A red plastic cup lays discarded on the side of the road on Park Street near the Grove apartment complex in Orono on Thursday, May 2, 2013. Police have been called to the complex three times over the past week responding to complaints of loud noise and large crowds said Sgt. Scott Lajoie.
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A red plastic cup lays discarded on the side of the road on Park Street near the Grove apartment complex in Orono on Thursday, May 2, 2013. Police have been called to the complex three times over the past week responding to complaints of loud noise and large crowds said Sgt. Scott Lajoie.
Julie Wagner holds a sign with her daughter, Libby, 6, outside Hall Elementary School in Portland Thursday afternoon at an impromptu support rally in the wake of the school's &quotF" rating by the governor.
Julie Wagner holds a sign with her daughter, Libby, 6, outside Hall Elementary School in Portland Thursday afternoon at an impromptu support rally in the wake of the school's "F" rating by the governor. Buy Photo
Bangor Neon crews hang the Cross Insurance Center signs on the new auditorium and civic center on Thursday afternoon in Bangor. City officials and the Cross family attended the event and watched the installation from the top deck of the Hollywood Casino parking garage. &quotIt's great to be able to share this with my grandfather [Woodrow Cross] and the rest of my family," said Jonathan Cross.
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Bangor Neon crews hang the Cross Insurance Center signs on the new auditorium and civic center on Thursday afternoon in Bangor. City officials and the Cross family attended the event and watched the installation from the top deck of the Hollywood Casino parking garage. "It's great to be able to share this with my grandfather [Woodrow Cross] and the rest of my family," said Jonathan Cross. Buy Photo

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