November 23, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Councilor alleges recruitment

SOUTH PORTLAND — At her final official meeting on the South Portland City Council, Rosemarie De Angelis accused the incoming District 3 representative Melissa Linscott of being “aggressively recruited” by a group of De Angelis&rsqu More...

News Updates

Community

Neighbors

Sixth-grader has passion for travel

Nikolas Youells’ trip to Europe this summer as a student ambassador with People to People got off to quite a start. More...

In the News

South Portland Council appoints new mayor   SOUTH PORTLAND – City Councilor Tom Blake will serve as mayor of South Portland in 2013.  More...

A Window on the Past

South Portland Historical Society gives thanks

Thanks to more than 500 thoughtful and generous residents of South Portland, we enjoy an active and thriving historical society in South Portland today.  More...

Police Notes

Police Notes

South Portland police  Nov. 3   A 17-year-old female from South Portland was summonsed at 2:15 p.m. on Maine Mall Road for leaving the scene of an accident.   More...

South Portland is go-to place for Christmas trees

SOUTH PORTLAND – Three decades ago, when Maryanne Simpson lived on Highland Avenue, she and her husband decided to plant a blue spruce to celebrate the birth of their son Nick, the only boy of their four children.  More...

Compromise a good thing in rental decision?

CAPE ELIZABETH — If a good compromise makes neither party happy, then the short-term rental provisions now in place as part of Cape Elizabeth’s zoning ordinance is likely to be a good compromise.  More...

Letters

Thanks to Republican heroes who ran for office

To the editor:   Republican candidates from South Portland gallantly fought to renew hope, reestablish trust, reunite and reintroduce fellow residents of South Portland to the promise of a brighter tomorrow.  More...

Candidate offers congratulations

To the editor:   More...

People

Pets of the Week

Simba and Mr. Pugsley belong to Erica and her mother, Roberta Marean Small, of South Portland. (Courtesy photo) More...

Dyer Elementary School helps feed the hungry

Students at Dyer Elementary School in South Portland are helping to feed needy families at the Preble Street Resource Center this holiday season by “stuffing the bus.”  More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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