July 13, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Garden tour supports Fort

The first phase of Cliff Walk Landscape, a recently completed, multi-acre walking trail and scenic overlook project at Fort Williams Park, will have its official public unveiling Saturday, July 14, during the Fort Williams Park Foundation’s eig More...

Community

In the Know

TREE FEES – The South Portland City Council signed a three-year contract for tree pruning and removal services, to June 30, 2021. More...

S A Window on the Past

Early views of Broadway still familiar today

Seeing that we are probably about halfway through the sewer separation project in the Pleasantdale neighborhood, and many of us might find ourselves spending a little extra time on Broadway in our travels, I thought we’d pull out two historic p More...

Welcome to the community

On Saturday, June 29 Mayor Linda C. Cohen on behalf of the city of South Portland participated in grand opening/ribbon cutting celebrations at three South Portland businesses. At 9:30 a.m. More...

City may tear up part of ‘paper street’

SOUTH PORTLAND — A proposal to accept a so-called “paper street” in the Ligonia neighborhood as a public way was waylaid when it was moved instead to bulldoze a portion of the road and block access to it from Lincoln Avenue.  More...

Cape council declines to intervene in road lawsuit

CAPE ELIZABETH — The Cape Elizabeth Town Council took no action on a petition presented to it Monday, July 9, demanding that it allow reinstallation of a gate to block traffic from entering a private road, in part because the road is already th More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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