May 18, 2012 RSS feed / Community

Pond Cove Elementary principal set to retire

The Cape Elizabeth School Department will say goodbye to one of its long-time staff members, as Pond Cove Elementary School Principal Tom Eismeier will retire come September.  Eismeier, who has worked in the Cape Elizabeth school administration More...

Kite festival is this weekend at Bug Light

Bug Light Park will be the setting May 19 for an incredible display of fun and fanciful kites. More...

Scholarship will help veterans with college

A donation from the LaFond family of Falmouth to The Foundation for Maine’s Community Colleges will establish the Col. Paul D. LaFond Veterans Scholarship Fund in honor of their father’s long and distinguished career in the U.S. More...

Donations still welcomed for kitten shower

The Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland is preparing for the arrival of kittens that will come over the next several months. More...

South Portland High School reunion scheduled

Students from South Portland High School class of 1982 are sought for the 30th year reunion, scheduled for 6:30 p.m. More...

Recipes needed for Strawberry Festival contest

Maxwell’s Strawberry Farm and The Cape Farm Alliance are holding an original strawberry recipe contest. More...

Honor Roll

Mahoney Middle School, third quarter

Grade six   More...

Ballplayers become like family for area hosts

For the past two years Kristopher Fish has invited potential future Hall of Famers into his house without a second thought.  More...

Letter to the Editor

Support needed  To the editor:   More...

Cape Elizabeth budget will go to voters June 12

Without much fanfare, the Cape Elizabeth Town Council approved a $32.2 million municipal spending plan that includes $8.86 million for municipal departments and $21.76 million for the Cape Elizabeth school district.  The budget, a 2.6 percent, o More...

South Portland teacher welcomes new challenge

Over the course of a coaching career that has spanned more than 30 years, Tony DiBiase has helped hundreds of young men learn the basic fundamentals of baseball, basketball and football. More...

Evergreen CU president honored by state league

The Maine Credit Union League recently honored five individuals for their contributions to the success of Maine’s credit unions. More...

Crime novelists to visit South Portland library

South Portland Public Library will host crime novelists at 6:30 p.m. June 7 and 21, and again on July 19.   The nationally recognized Maine writers discuss their novels, inspirations and what it takes to craft a tale.  More...

South Portland Memorial Day events planned

The South Portland War Veteran’s Memorial Association, which consists of VFW Post 832 and American Legion Post 35, will gather at 9 a.m. May 26 at VFW Post 832 on 50 Peary Terrace to flag the city’s five cemeteries. More...

Crafters needed for June 23 event at Mad Horse

Mad Horse Theatre Company is putting out a call for crafters and other vendors for its second annual Family Fun Day on June 23. The fund-raising event will take place at Hutchins School, 24 Mosher St., South Portland.  More...

Honored

Bates College’s Harward Center for Community Partnerships recently recognized Casco Baykeeper Joe Payne with the 2012 Bates-Morse Mountain Award for Environmental Lifetime Achievement. More...

Cape Family Fun Day fast approaches

Remember the “Olde Town Fairs” you attended as a kid … the games, the rides, the fun? More...