February 22, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Fourth vendor must not sell meat

CAPE ELIZABETH — Three of the four food vendors at Fort Williams Park in Cape Elizabeth will return next season as the town’s pilot venture enters its third year.  More...

News Updates

Community

Food drive celebrates Rotary International

The Rotary Club of Breakwater Daybreak, based in South Portland and Cape Elizabeth, will hold food drive for the South Portland Food Cupboard on Saturday, Feb. More...

Candidate debate scheduled for March 7

The South Portland/Cape Elizabeth Community Chamber will hold a candidate debate at 7 p.m., Thursday, March 7 at South Portland City Hall in council chambers. It will include candidates for South Portland’s District 1 seat.  More...

Cape unveils play

The Cape Elizabeth High School Theatre Department presents the 2013 One-Act Festival Play, “Dead Man Walking,” 7 p.m. More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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Making History

New high school topped off with final steel beam

SOUTH PORTLAND – As the final steel beam was raised to complete the structure that will become the new South Portland High School on Friday, Feb. More...

Second-in-charge hired in city

SOUTH PORTLAND – The man who brought the NBA Development League to Maine is South Portland’s new assistant city manager.  More...

Health & Medical

Never say never to living at The Pines Retirement Community in Ocean Park, ME.

The Pines includes 105 units that qualify for Section 8 subsidy which means there are income limits and the rent is based on 30% of a household’s income. More...

Prevention Education Key to Avoiding Influenza at Local Nursing Home

As the seasonal influenza virus reaches epidemic proportions in Maine, Holbrook Health Center at Piper Shores maintains no confirmed cases of the flu. More...

Need help navigating your health insurance?

Shopping for health insurance shouldn’t be a painful experience. More...

People

South Portland detective treats ‘people like people’

Detective Chris Todd of the South Portland Police Department recently had the unenviable task of bringing someone convicted of a crime to jail. More...

Cape resident takes over as federal judge after long wait

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Cape Elizabeth resident William Kayatta has waited more than a year to take over as a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 1st Circuit. More...

A Window on the Past

Development boomed during World War II

We recently posted a photograph on Facebook showing a class at the Marion Street School. More...