November 16, 2012 RSS feed / Community

Council recommends new face for school board

SOUTH PORTLAND – Mary House had an appointment on Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 13, at the University of Massachusetts Boston. More...

A Window on the Past

Remembering the city’s war memorial music shell

This week’s “Window on the Past” is an interesting glimpse of the War Memorial Music Shell that was sponsored by the Stewart P. Morrill Post 35, American Legion and the Stewart P. Morrill Post Auxiliary Unit 35.  More...

Volunteers spread ‘goodwill’

Volunteers from the Maine Landscape and Nursery Association on installed a landscaping project Oct. 10 with a value of more than $5,000 at a group home run by Goodwill Industries in South Portland.  More...

Veterans Day turn out strong

Cory Coombs, 3, displayed his patriotism by waving this American flag while the parade passed. (Jack Flagler photo) More...

Amber Mooney helps others like her

Neighbors

When South Portland resident Amber Mooney returned home from a two-year volunteer trip to Nicaragua in 2010, she contacted the Iris Network to help with her deteriorating vision. More...

An honor

James Holland, principal of South Portland High School, accepted a $1,000 donation from students of the South Portland High School National Honor Society, which will be given to the Charitable Fund, More...

Students learn government

Fourth graders at the Kaler Community School of Inquiry & Exploration, as part of their Project Based Learning curriculum, have held class debates and had local legislators visit as they prepare for their trip to Augusta.  More...

Students will prepare for SAT

Maine Prep’s SAT prep classes, sponsored by Cape Community Services for Cape Elizabeth area high school students, will meet from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. every Tuesday, Nov. 27 through Jan. 22, to prepare students for the Jan. 26 SAT test.  More...