November 17, 2017 RSS feed / Community

South Portland’s ‘The Hub’ set for move

SOUTH PORTLAND — The west end resource center that serves as a clearing house for a range of social services targeted at some of South Portland’s neediest residents is slated for a move to new digs. More...

In the Know

DANGER AHEAD – Whether it falls down on its own, gets demolished by its owner, or is taken down by the city, a Front Street building that has been the focus of neighborhood complaints for several years will be gone from the landscape by year&rs More...

South Portland pride

Above, a contingent from the United States Coast Guard base in South Portland marches down Broadway during the city’s annual Veterans Day parade, Saturday, November 11. More...

An Overnight Low nominated for award

An Overnight Low, led by Biddeford native Chad Walls, is in the running for the Portland Music Awards as Best Rock Act. Organized by the Phoenix, supporters are encouraged to vote at http://portlandphoenix. More...

Municipal services vary for Thanksgiving

CAPE ELIZABETH – Town Hall and the Thomas Memorial Library in Cape Elizabeth will be closed Thursday, Nov. 23 and Friday, Nov. 24 in celebration of Thanksgiving. More...

Cape seeks composting partner

CAPE ELIZABETH – For the first time in a dozen years, the town will be looking for a new company to handle the leaf and yard waste composting program at the Recycling Center on Dennison Drive. Since 2005, employees at William H. More...

A Window on the Past

The schooners of Portland Harbor, remembered

I’ve always loved the working waterfront and the huge variety of activity in Portland Harbor. More...

Part of holiday sales to go to Camp Sunshine

Local jewelry artist Chaya Caron, owner of Chaya Studio Jewelry at 22 Cottage Road in South Portland, will host the fifth annual Holiday Art Show to spotlight local artists, encourage holiday shoppers to buy local and give back to the community.  More...