September 28, 2012 RSS feed / Community

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Kaler secretary right where she belongs

“I really feel I was put on earth to do the job that I’m doing now,” said Fran Peterson, educational secretary at the James Otis Kaler School in South Portland.  More...

The best time of year to find bargains

Fall Home & Garden Guide

The savvy shopper knows there is no reason to pay full price if you don’t have to. More...

Legion Square Market continues the Smaha tradition

When customers walk through Legion Square Market (Smaha’s) on Ocean Street in South Portland, they will notice that owner Alan Cardinal has worked to make the store easier to maneuver for people who want to quickly pop in and out. More...

From children to adults, Spotlight Dance has something for everyone

Dance was always a huge part of Heather Stevens’ life growing up in South Portland. More...

Saco facility named for local woman

SACO — Vivien Pittman’s name may not be well known around the state of Maine, but Evergreen Rehabilitation and Living Center will make sure her service is recognized.  The Saco elder care facility will dedicate its renovated patio in More...

Last chance to visit Spring Point Light

The Spring Point Ledge Lighthouse will be open to visitors on Saturday, Sept. 29 and Saturday, Oct. 6 before it will close for the season.  More...

Trucking for Kids Convoy raises $16,000

On Sunday, Sept. 23 Scarborough Downs in Scarborough hosted the annual Maine Trucking for Kids Convoy. More...

Story time

Librarian Kim Campbell reads “The Terrible Plop” to children at the South Portland Public Library’s Apple Festival on Saturday, Sept. 22. More...

How to improve your landscape before selling

Fall Home & Garden Guide

Selling a house is seldom easy, and homeowners are often willing to do whatever it takes to make their home more attractive to prospective buyers. One of the areas sellers typically focus on is the home’s landscaping. More...

Make the most of end-of-summer cleanup

Fall Home & Garden Guide

Though spring cleaning might have the name recognition, many homeowners spend just as much time cleaning their homes in the fall as they do in the spring. More...

South Portland takes loss as chance to learn

KENNEBUNK — It’s been awhile, but Kennebunk High School football is back on a winning streak.  The Rams blew out South Portland High School 40-6 at home on Friday night, Sept. More...

Plenty of things to find at Snug Harbor Farm

Tucked away on Route 9 in Kennebunk is a place where both gardening connoisseurs and the novice can get lost in an array of plant material and unique home and garden accessories.  More...

A Window on the Past

Reynolds School demolition   More...

Youth cheerleading clinic this Sunday

If you have attended a South Portland High School football game this season, you may have noticed the rejuvenated fall cheering program on the sidelines. The fall cheering team boasts 25 members, by far the largest team in recent history. More...

Library brings authors for ‘Books to Die For’

The South Portland Public Library welcomes authors John Connolly and Julia Spencer- Fleming on Thursday, Oct. 18, at 7 p.m. More...