September 14, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

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Violinist: music belongs to the ‘ordinary people’

Classical music is supposed to be for an elevated class of people, the highly educated, highly intelligent and wealthy. More...

Karate kids cross ‘The pond’

SOUTH PORTLAND — When a group of competitors from Dragon Fire Marital Arts dojo in South Portland traveled to England in August to compete in an international karate competition, one thing they noticed was a an elevated level of competition fro More...

Gun club, residents need guidance to settle issues

CAPE ELIZABETH — When the Spurwink Rod and Gun Club opened on Sawyer Road in Cape Elizabeth more than five decades ago, there weren’t many neighbors to worry about.  But over time, that has changed.  More...

Council ends health care benefit

SOUTH PORTLAND — After months of deliberations both behind closed doors and in public, the South Portland City Council finally agreed to end the controversial health care benefit for councilors.  More...

Lettered street residents say one-way street is bad idea

SOUTH PORTLAND — As construction to improve the Knightville area nears completion, the South Portland City Council is still working to strike a balance between residents and business owners in the mixed-use area.  More...

Letters

South Portland has new ‘Little’ library

To the editor: I am proud to announce that Little Free Library No. 2354 at 38 Reynolds St. in South Portland is open for the reading public. More...

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Police Notes

Cape Elizabeth Police

Sept. 6   Joseph Paul Morrill, 23, of South Portland, was arrested at 5:18 a.m. on Oakhurst Road for refusing to submit to arrest or detention.   More...

South Portland Police

Sept. 1   Brandon A. Stinchfield, 25, of South Portland, was arrested at 2:29 a.m. on Main Street for operating under the influence and operating with a suspended license.   More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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