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SMCC students enter “mockumentary” in festival

Three students from SouthernMaineCommunity College – two of whom are from South Portland – have completed a feature film that will play at the Maine Mayhem Film Festival in Portland.  More...

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Things to Do

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City farmers market to move

The South Portland farmers market will be moving from one town park to another this summer.  More...

S. Portland school budget accepted

In a four-hour meeting on Monday that also included lengthy discussion as to where to locate the South Portland farmers market, the South Portland City Council approved a $31.85 million school budget. More...

Community

Community News

Mill Creek Hannaford to celebrate reopening   More...

Neighbors

City resident inspired to create gluten-free treats

For most people diagnosed with celiac disease, the condition can take the fun out of eating.  May is National Celiac Awareness Month and even though she does not have celiac, Marybeth Goldman of South Portland is doing her part to support the ce More...

Men throughout Maine to perform in chorus

Love will be in the air this weekend at the Winslow Homer Auditorium at Scarborough High School when the Downeasters, an all-male barbershop chorus group, performs “Love Me.”  Ryan Norfleet, chorus manager and organizer of the 2012 s More...