December 19, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Cape council approves project bond

CAPE ELIZABETH — The Cape Elizabeth Town Council has unanimously approved a plan to borrow $1.75 million for school repairs, but not everyone is happy about it. More...

Community

City publication highlights what’s new, ‘green’

South Portland Department of Parks, Recreation & Waterfront has unveiled a new publication called Green Scene. The magazine, available in digital and print, seeks to showcase the department’s programs and activities. More...

Spring Point Ledge Light has successful season, volunteers needed for next

The Spring Point Ledge Light Trust announced a record-breaking year, based on a tally of the results of the 2014 open house season. After doubling the 2012 results in 2013, the trust went on to triple the 2012 financial results in 2014. More...

In the News

Special event zoning considered Under a zoning ordinance change now under review by the Cape Elizabeth Planning Board, owners of residential lots 15 acres in size or larger could be allowed to host special events now banned in the town’s resid More...

Voting begins for Great Person

It’s time to vote for the Sentry’s Great Person. Each year we ask our readers to tell us who has influenced their lives. More...

‘Hidden rail’ uncovered in city

SOUTH PORTLAND — There was no doubt in Jane Eberle’s mind. “It’s Tom Blake’s fault,” she said. More...

Health & Medical

HEALTH & MEDICAL

Think you need a hearing aid? If you need or think you might need a hearing aid, you should call Mark Vail today — he’ll test and evaluate you for the hearing aid you need in the comfort of your home and you’ll be happy with it. 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...