September 12, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Community

Area residents take a stand for local food

SOUTH PORTLAND — While farmers markets have become all the rage in recent years, as the “eat local” movement has taken root, a trio of locavores is looking to give area farmers a permanent home. More...

South Portland marching band gears up for season

After two years of marching band camp on the fields of Dyer Elementary School, the 2014 South Portland Marching Band returns to the newly outlined fields at South Portland High School to begin their exciting and entertaining season. More...

Race, walk will benefit land, history in South Portland

The South Portland Land Trust, South Portland Historical Society and Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Maine have partnered to present the Bug Light 5K Run & Walk in celebration of livable, scenic, healthy and historic South Portland. More...

Ballots set in Cape, South Portland

With Monday’s deadline for the submission of nomination papers now passed, the ballot is set for local elections in South Portland and Cape Elizabeth. More...

Everyday Maine: Eva Ledger

SOUTH PORTLAND — There’s no easy way to prove Eva Ledger is the oldest resident of South Portland. More...

Letters

Don’t forget about school buses and new year

To the editor: With the warm and humid weather we’ve experienced lately, I’ve occasionally had a feeling of surprise when I’ve seen school buses picking up and dropping off children in South Portland, only to remember a few seconds More...

People

Kerrilyn Welch

Kerrilyn Rand Welch, 52, of Two Lights Road, a creative and happy spirit, co-founder of Gaia, Forest Avenue Redemption Center in Portland, passed away after a brief illness on Monday, Aug. More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

The Sentry accepts calendar listings from nonprofit organizations. Submissions must be received 10 days prior to publication. Please email your listing to editor@inthesentry.com and indicate the date of your event in the reference line. More...