June 15, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Language set for Cape Elizabeth library public vote

While Cape Elizabeth residents headed out to the polls on Tuesday to vote in the statewide primary elections, the Cape Elizabeth Town Council was already preparing for a vote in November.  After months of discussion, on June 11 the council final More...

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First couple of South Portland Music Boosters set to step down

Mike and Cindy Fletcher have been involved with the South Portland Music Boosters program on some level for eight years, since their daughter Jenny, now 17, picked up a saxophone in fifth grade. More...

Police Notes

Police Notes

South Portland police   June 8  Donna Howard, 53, of South Portland, was arrested at 9:27 a.m. on Sawyer Street for assault.   June 7  Neil Axelsen, 20, of Falmouth, was summonsed at 12:54 a.m. More...

Buy Local releases new list

When the U.S. economy was nearing its lowest point during the height of the “great recession” in 2009, South Portland business owners Dani Nisbet and Laurie Moulton decided they needed to take action to turn things around.  More...

Class act

Above, 135 outgoing Cape Elizabeth High School seniors march through the crowd at Fort Williams Park on June 10. More...


Cape’s Cynthia Dill takes Decmocratic primary

Cape Elizabeth resident Cynthia Dill will be the democratic nominee for Maine’s representative to the U.S. More...

Cape schedules public hearing

Short-term home rentals in Cape Elizabeth have divided residents who want to make a little extra income from residents who think the increased traffic and noise from partying renters isn’t worth the headache. More...

Library kicks off writer series

The South Portland Public Library kicked off its Maine Mystery Writers Series on Thursday, June 7, when it hosted crime writer Gerry Boyle. Boyle began his writing career as a newspaper reporter in Rumford.  More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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