September 21, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Candidates – where are they?

Officials ponder why so many races are uncontested

SOUTH PORTLAND — At the beginning of each South Portland City Council meeting, the council goes through its appointment calendar. It’s largely a rote administrative exercise. More...

News Updates

Business Review

Business Briefs

Rebecca Peters, an eight-year team member, certified trainer and server at LongHorn Steakhouse in South Portland, has been presented with LongHorn’s top honor for local restaurant employees – the Team Member of the Year Award.  More...

Health & Medical

Advanced Laser treatment for toenail fungus now in Kennebunk

Are your nails yellowed, thick and disease looking? Are you embarrassed to wear sandals? Dr David Micca of the Foot & Ankle Center in Kennebunk is now offering Advanced Laser treatment for toenail fungus with an 88-92% success rate.  More...

HELP! I THINK I HAVE A HEARING LOSS!

Do you feel you’re not hearing as well as you used to? That everyone around you is mumbling or family members complain the TV is too loud. Hearing loss happens gradually you may not even notice what you’re missing. More...

Dr. Ellie’s Health Tips:

Health Tip of the Month: In thirdworld countries, sunlight exposure is often used to help make water safer, but this natural disinfection process can take anywhere from six to 48 hours (depending on cloud cover and so on).  More...

Police Notes

Cape Elizabeth Police

Sept. 12 Paul Lucier, 48, of Scarborough, was summonsed at 3:16 p.m. on Bowery Beach Road for operating with a suspended license. More...

South Portland Police

Sept. 8 Irina I. Kostenyuk, 26, of Old Orchard Beach, was arrested at 1:01 a.m. on Main Street for operating under the influence. Donald LeClair, 37, of Standish, was arrested at 4:02 a.m. on Broadway for operating under the influence. More...

Cape Elizabeth Native Cut by Boston University Hockey Team

Cape Elizabeth High School graduate Nick Breed was cut by the Boston University men's ice hockey team today, less than a week after the team announced he made the roster.  More...

Remember

Never forget

Local residents gathered on Broadway Friday night, Sept. 14 to remember those lost in the attacks on the Twin Towers on Sept. 11, 2001 and the service members that gave their lives in Iraq or Afghanistan since. More...

Little Free Library a big idea in area neighborhood

SOUTH PORTLAND — To describe the way the phenomenon of Little Free Libraries has taken off, founder Todd Bol, predictably, uses an example from a book.  “We put a little oil in the tin man and it started to dance,” Bol said of More...

Letters

Representatives backs candidate for seat

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Candidate has what it takes to represent

To the editor:  I am proudly supporting State Rep. Terry Morrison of District 122 for re-election to the Maine House of Representatives and hope you will join me.  More...

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Community

Neighbors

Disease drastically changes South Portland 20-something’s life

In a little more than a year, Crystal Goodwin’s life has been turned upside down. More...

Police grants will create more ‘safe zones’ in city

SOUTH PORTLAND – The South Portland Police Department will have more resources at its disposal to fight drug abuse, underage drinking and domestic violence in the city in the upcoming year. More...

Area rep will be on panel about mental illness

PORTLAND – The medical field has come a long way in the last few years, as doctors and researchers continue to work to find more effective treatments for patients who have illnesses such as cancer, HIV, diabetes or asthma. More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

The Sentry accepts calendar listings from nonprofit organizations. Submissions must be received 10 days prior to publication. Please email your listing to editor@inthesentry.com and indicate the date of your event in the reference line. More...