March 8, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Team sees loss in state final

AUGUSTA — The seven seniors on the South Portland High School boys’ basketball team brought the school its first Western Maine Class A title in 20 years, but that accomplishment didn’t relieve the hurt in the Riots’ locker roo More...

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Scout honored for saving two lives

PORTLAND — Jason Montano had just returned home from football camp this summer, when his mother, Karen Montano, told him that his older brother Parker “had some important news” from the family’s recent vacation to New Jersey.& More...

Pets of the Week

Duke belongs to Dana Tait, manager of Norway Savings Bank in Mill Creek. (Courtesy photo) More...

Striving

The early morning hours did not take away from the exuberance of many of the dancers at STRIVE’s annual dance marathon Sunday, March 3. More...

Forum pits candidates

SOUTH PORTLAND — There were disagreements at a candidates’ forum between District 1 City Council hopefuls, but each candidate agreed the significant impending state budget cuts to municipal funding would be at the top of their priority li More...

Council asks for representation

SOUTH PORTLAND — Part of the purpose of South Portland’s Blue Ribbon Compensation Committee was to eliminate the tensions, hurt feelings and personal jabs that characterized discussions about councilor health insurance this summer.  More...

Community

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Former Community Center at Wilkinson Park Comes Down More...

Then and Now – Knightville

In the accompanying two photographs, we see a glimpse of Knightville around 1967 and again today. The buildings themselves haven’t changed that much in the five decades that separate the photos, but the occupants sure have.  More...

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Things to Do

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