May 25, 2012 RSS feed / 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...

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

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

SPHS music students perform at festival

South Portland High School was wellrepresented at the 58th annual Maine Music Educators Association All-State Music Festival held May 17 through 19 at the University of Maine at Orono. 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...

Letters to the Editor

Candidate has energy, intellect for the seat  To the editor:  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...

South Portland resident part of new tradition

Nellie’s Tea and Gifts is not really all that hard to find.  Simply drive past the bulldozer that noisily shoves wood scraps into a large pile, follow the sign that points toward the “Lumber and Flotation Storage Facility,” and More...

Two Old Friends to perform at library

The South Portland Public Library, through sponsorship from Friends of the South Portland Public Library, are proud to bring back Fishtraks recording artists Two Old Friends for an evening of music.  Two Old Friends are musicians Mac McHale and More...

Honor Roll

South Portland High School, third quarter

Grade 12   High honors: Anastasiia Berezina, Alexandrea Cartier, Taylor Grant, Matthew LaBerge, Patrick Madison, Daniel Medici, Lauren Purdy and Ryan Towne.  More...