April 19, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Coverage area touched by Boston bombs

BOSTON — The explosions that detonated near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday, April 15, turned what Dick Sawyer of Scarborough called a “joyful” scene into a tragic one, but South Portland and Cape Elizabeth resident More...

All day K comes to Cape Elizabeth

CAPE ELIZABETH — Cape Elizabeth will offer a fullday kindergarten program for the first time this fall for the 2013-2014 school year.   More...

News Updates

Community

First in library series will focus on coyotes

Geri Vistein, a conservation biologist with the national organization Project Coyote, will be at Thomas Memorial Library at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 30 to present a slideshow and talk about coyotes and their presence in Maine.  More...

Scam prevention seminar given in Cape

Ways to protect seniors from scams and loss of personal information was presented March 28 by Cape Elizabeth Community Resource Officer Mark Dorval and South Portland Police Officer Robert Libby at Kindred Assisted Living-Village Crossings.  More...

Local housing authorities work together for the public

The Greater Portland Housing Services Corp. is rolling out its first initiative in hopes of providing better service to area residents in need of affordable housing.  More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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Doors Open for Record Store Day

SCARBOROUGH – There weren’t many casual music fans among the group lined up around the sidewalk outside the Scarborough Bull Moose on the morning of Record Store Day. More...

Lit up

Jack Roberts of the South Portland-Cape Elizabeth Rotary Club stands inside Bug Light and describes the history of the lighthouse. Members of the Rotary Club cleared washed-up debris such as logs and a telephone pole from the park at their annual More...

Reporter reflects on bombings

BOSTON — When I spoke to Cape Elizabeth resident and longtime runner Bob Dunfey three days before this year’s Boston Marathon, he told me runners aren’t exempt from life’s problems, but the exercise and time alone with their t More...

Health & Medical

New High R-Value, Eco-Friendly Insulation Comes to Maine

After 9 years of testing in older buildings throughout the upper Midwest, RetroFoam, a new superinsulation technology, is available to homeowners in Maine. More...

Together with Opportunities for Hope, Growth, and Empowerment

Conveniently located in Post Road Center, Kennebunk, (across from the Department of Motor Vehicles) Melinda Josiah Geaumont, LCSW and Ass  More...

CHRONIC PAIN?

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People

Pet of the Week

Luke is looking for his forever home and is being fostered by Diana Fourier of South Portland. He does need someone who will give him his regular medication (6-month supply included) as he has occasional gentle focal seizures.  More...

Loved lunch lady to be honored at Kaler School

Sue Everett was a well-known employee of the South Portland Public Schools and began her career in fall 1987 as a lunch aide at Kaler School. More...