March 22, 2019 RSS feed / Community

Irish eyes are smiling

Above left, evidently 5Ks are not just for humans. Hanne Heinrich of Portland and Jacob Pelletier of South Portland pose with their four-legged friend Nia moments before the race begins. More...

‘Bridges’ staged at Lyric Music Theater

“The Bridges of Madison County” will be staged March 28-April 14 at Lyric Music Theater, 176 Sawyer St., South Portland. Shows will be held at 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2:30 p.m. Sundays. More...

Aucociso School to hold open house

Aucocisco School will hold an open house 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 10, 126 Spurwink Ave., Cape Elizabeth. Current families, as well as potential families interested in learning more about Aucocisco, are invited to attend. More...

Library offers shredding free event on April 13

Safely dispose of sensi-  tive documents at Community Shredding Day 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 13, in the parking lot of the main location of South Portland Public Library, located at 482 Broadway, South Portland. More...

Luck of the Irish

Below left, the race begins for these two thirsty leprechauns and the rest of the Thirsty Leprechaun 5K participants. The race began by the American Legion, traveled down Broadway, passed through Bug Light Park and ended at the American Legion. More...

Checking for Charity back to raise funds for community

SOUTH PORTLAND – The South Portland Fire Department is back again with a night of charity hockey, garnering donations to give back to the community it loves.  More...

In the Know

Cape budget proposal up Town Manager Matthew Sturgis presented a $13.62 million budget recommendation for fiscal 2020 for town and community services, up $848,754 over this year, an increase of 6.6 percent. More...

Day One Receives United Way grant

Day One in South Portland was awarded a two-year grant from United Way of York County totaling $42,930. The investment will support Day One’s Residential Treatment and Natural Helpers of Maine programs. More...

A Window on the Past

Remembering Portland Country Club, Thornton Heights

The Portland Country Club originally formed in 1895 under the name Portland Golf Club, using a 12-hole golf course set up near Fort Preble. In 1897, the club rented the “Thornton Farm” in Thornton Heights and set up a golf course there. More...

SUMMER CAMP GUIDE 2019

Camp Nashoba North  Your Best Summer, Ever!!   More...