April 27, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

News Updates

People

Behind South Portland’s new Buy Local president

Suzanne Madore works hard every day to help further the development of South Portland businesses. More...

People

Delta Dental Plan of Maine announced the election of two new directors, Michael A. Bevilacqua of Portland, and Dr. Jeffrey B. More...

Compromise still wanted on school budget

The South Portland City Council and members of the board of education put their heads together to try to amend the proposed 2013 school budget increase. More...

Bad weather holds off for clean up

Locals came out early on a cloudy Saturday morning to help clean up South Portland in honor of Earth Day.  The South Portland Land Trust organized the 2012 Earth Day Clean Up and the event has been held every year since 1999. More...

Community

Remember the fish houses at the ‘Point’?

The old fishing shacks at Fisherman’s Point are a landmark in South Portland. Although they have not been in use for many years, they act as a physical reminder of the Willard neighborhood’s history as a fishing community.  More...

Induction ceremony held for World Languages Honor Society

The South Portland High School World Languages Honor Society last month inducted 47 new members during a ceremony March 14. The group’s membership is now at 82.  More...

Race to the finish

Boy Scout Pack 22 in South Portland raced their derby cars in this year’s Pinewood Derby. 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...

Surf Camp

Surf Camp is a great experience as well as a lot of fun. While kids learn a life-long activity they develop a feeling of mastery over something that gives them self-confidence. More...

Rippleeffect

Experience the Rippleffect adventure on Cow Island in Casco Bay! Rippleffect is a leading venue for outdoor adventure and experiential education in the Greater Portland area. More...