November 9, 2012 RSS feed / Community

Holy Cross gets technology upgrade

When most people envision an elementary or middle school classroom, they think of sharpened pencils and black-and-white composition notebooks, but classes at Holy Cross School in South Portland will look a little different in the future. More...

Cape students put on theater production

Cape Elizabeth High School’s Theater Department presents “How to succeed in business without really trying,” a satire of the business world.  It opens 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15 and is appropriate for all ages. More...

Teachers can learn more about ocean

Educators and ocean aficionados are invited to “Exploring Ocean Diversity Through Science, Art and Literature” 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. More...

Dollars needed for local ‘scholars’

South Portland Dollars for Scholars, the local nonprofit group dedicated to helping all South Portland High School graduates with post-secondary education plans in the form of scholarships, announces the latest effort to allow the community to help p More...

Tuna tournament draws scholarships

It may sound like a fish tale, but it’s the truth: the Sturdivant Island Tuna Tournament donated $35,000 to five Maine community colleges, including Southern Maine Community College in South Portland.  More...

Champions

The South Portland Big Red youth football team, made up of fourthand fifth-graders from Skillin, Dyer, Kaler and Holy Cross schools, won the state championship game, beating Gray 20-6. More...

Library rejected; incumbent loses re-election bid

SOUTH PORTLAND, CAPE ELIZABETH – The South Portland City Council will have a very different look this January, while the make up of the Cape Elizabeth School Board will stay exactly the same.  More...

Dems prevail in South Portland and Cape

The main focus on election night, Tuesday, Nov. 6, was the win of one Democrat. President Barack Obama defeated Republican Mitt Romney to win another four-year term as President.  Locally, Democrats carried the day as well.  More...

Cape man has new post at hall of fame

Gregg R. More...

‘A Finished Heart’ will be performed Nov. 15

Cancer Community Center, Center for Grieving Children, Hospice of Southern Maine and University of New England will present a performance and discussion of “A Finished Heart,” 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. More...

CCC distinguished by WCSH award

Cancer Community Center in South Portland received the WCSH-6 Agency of Distinction Award at the Portland Museum of Art Oct. More...

Loans available for Maine women

Need money for college? Qualified women can borrow up to $12,000 ($20,000) for doctoral degrees) at 3 percent interest from the P.E.O. Educational Loan Fund.  More...