July 6, 2012 RSS feed / Community

Students move in the right direction

Math teachers at every level of school are used to the common complaint students have when they are asked to solve for x or find the cosine of an angle: ‘When am I ever going to need to use this?’  Tania Ferrante, teacher of the lear More...

Letter to the Editor

Lack of support misguided

To the editor:   I find the lack of South Portland City Council support for additional police officers very disheartening.  More...

Artist to be at Cape Elizabeth Library

Watercolor illustrator Cheri Cottrell is putting her original paintings on view at Thomas Memorial Library in Cape Elizabeth through July 31.  More...

Device workshop is Saturday at U.S. Cellular

U.S. Cellular will offer a free device workshop 8 to 10 a.m. Saturday, July 7 at Mallside Plaza, 198 Maine Mall Road, in South Portland.  U.S. More...

QiGong to be held at Mill Creek every Sunday

Soma Massage and Wellness will hold QiGong in the Park 8:30 a.m. every Sunday in July at Mill Creek Park.  Kevin Pennell, who has been a martial arts practitioner for eight years, will lead the class. More...

Kaler Elementary teacher awarded grant

Kaler Elementary School in South Portland announced that Angela Emery has been awarded a stipend from The School Ground Greening Coalition, part of Portland Trails, to help the school create a more natural and engaging play/learning space in the scho More...

Housing authority dedicates central office

The South Portland Housing Authority dedicated its new central office recently, recognizing longtime board of commissioners member Dr. Frank S. Morong by naming it the Dr. Frank S. Morong Affordable Housing Center in his honor.   More...

Thank you

At a recent South Portland Music Booster meeting, President Mike Fletcher and his wife, Fundraising Chairman Cindy Fletcher, were presented with a “Director’s Stand” for their &ldqu More...

Honor Roll

Mahoney Middle School, fourth quarter

Grade six More...

A Window on the Past

Explore South Portland’s shipbuilding history

One of South Portland Historical Society’s featured exhibits covers our community’s long history in the shipbuilding business. More...

About letters

The Sentry encourages readers to submit letters to the editor. The editor reserves the right to edit letters for style, request revisions or reject letters. Deadline is Mondays at 5 p.m. For questions, call Molly Lovell at 282-4337, ext. 223.   More...

Ecomaine officers elected from Cape, South Portland

The ecomaine Board of Directors elected Michael McGovern, town manager of Cape Elizabeth, as its new chairman at the organization’s annual meeting on June 14. More...

Broker receives award at Coldwell Banker

Kathy Duca, manager of the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage real estate office located at 295 Ocean House Road in Cape Elizabeth, announced that Bruce Balfour has once again been named May Broker of the Month for outstanding sales.  More...

Thirty artists participate in land trust’s auction

The Cape Elizabeth Land Trust will hold its fifth annual Paint for Preservation wet paint auction fundraiser on Sunday, July 22.  More...

Camp Invention returns to South Portland

The Camp Invention program returns to South Portland this summer. Directed by Small Elementary School’s Library Information Integrator Corinne Altham, Camp Invention was created for children entering grades one through six. More...

South Portland resident wins scooter

Evergreen Credit Union announced Chris Macklin of South Portland as the winner of a New 2010 Trike Sunny Scooter. More...

Champs

The South Portland National Little League recently concluded its season with the Califano’s team capturing the Majors division championship. More...