June 15, 2012 RSS feed / Community

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...

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...

South Portland headed to state

The South Portland High School softball team defeated defending state champion and previously undefeated Scarborough 5-1 on June 12.  More...

South Portland residents can now map crimes

South Portland residents will now have a new tool at their disposal to become more aware and informed of crime around their city.  The South Portland Police Department will offer crime maps through a service called RAIDS Online that will allow r 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...

City welcomes canine graduate

Seventeen pairs of police officers and dogs will be added to Maines canine team ranks after they graduated from the state’s canine training program on Friday, June 8. More...

A Window on the Past

Civil War event is at South Portland Historical Society

The Cushing’s Point Museum at Bug Light Park will be the host to a fun afternoon event 2 p.m. June 16. Visitors will be treated to a visit and talk with retired First Sgt. Frederick MacBride.  More...

South Portland residents: have a say in plan

To the editor:   More...