ⓘ Gray, Maine
Gray is a town in Cumberland County, Maine, United States. The population was 7.761 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Portland–South Portland–Biddeford, Maine metropolitan statistical area. Gray is located at the intersection of state Routes 4, 26, 100, 115, 202 and the Maine Turnpike exit 63 midway between the states two largest cities, Portland and Lewiston. The town includes frontage on Little Sebago Lake, Crystal Lake, and Forest Lake.
Gray is home to regional headquarters for the Department of inland fisheries and wildlife, which maintains a fish hatchery and wildlife Park Maine. It is also home to the gray / Portland weather forecast office NOAAs national weather service, which issues forecasts and weather warnings in new Hampshire and southern Maine.
- Gray is a census - designated place CDP within the town of Gray in Cumberland County, Maine United States. The population was 884 at the 2010 census
- Service Gray Portland, Maine GYX is a local office of the National Weather Service responsible for monitoring weather conditions over western Maine and
- Gray - New Gloucester High School, is a public high school located in Gray Maine It houses grades 9 12, and serves the towns of Gray and New Gloucester
- Cumberland County in the U.S. state of Maine The school system serves the towns of Gray Maine and New Gloucester, Maine The school system is run by a school
- together as far as the town of Gray En route, the highway passes through the town of Falmouth, paralleling Interstate 95 the Maine Turnpike for the entire
- T. M. Gray born November 23, 1963 in Bar Harbor, Maine is an American horror author of many short stories, several novels and a nonfiction book on ghost
- to New Gloucester. The river is bridged twice more by the Maine Central Back Road in Gray In North Yarmouth, the river is bridged again by State Route
- politician from Maine Vinton represented Gray Maine in the Maine House of Representatives and was elected from Cumberland County to the Maine Senate in 5
- State Route 100 SR 100 is a state highway in the U.S. state of Maine running from Portland to Bangor. The south end of SR 100 is at the intersection
- Interstate 95 I - 95 Maine Turnpike. SR 115 separates from US 202 as the easterly road of the five - way intersection at Gray village and proceeds southeasterly