May 25, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Sacred stories touch young students

One could forgive Ageno Cap for becoming emotional while telling her story to an auditorium full of Winslow Junior High eighth graders at Southern Maine Community College on May 18.  More...

News Updates

People

South Portland musician is immersed in community

At first glance, the worlds of jazz and politics would seem to have nothing to do with each other.  More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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Kid's Camps Directory

Greenlight will be an oasis for summer fun! Reserve your space now!   More...

News briefs around Cape Elizabeth and South Portland

Gas prices low; South Portland softball heads to playoffs

As of May 29, gas at the Mobil station at 298 Ocean House Road and the Gulf station next door at 287 Ocean House Road was selling gas for $3.33 per gallon, according to website MaineGasPrices.com. More...

City market opens despite some bumps

When the South Portland Farmers Market opened for the first time this season on May 17, Hinckley Drive did not look like the scene of a controversy. More...

Community

South Portland mulls public works facility

South Portland City Manager Jim Gailey said he has tried to find a new location for the city’s ailing public works and transportation facility for eight years. More...

A Window on the Past

Memorial Day observances

Memorial Day weekend is here – the weekend leading up to Memorial Day when we honor and remember those soldiers and sailors who have served and died for our country and our freedoms.  More...

‘Dripial Pursuit,’ other games, part of water education

Last Friday 700 students from 14 southern Maine schools learned just how important water is.  More...