May 17, 2013 RSS feed / Community

School could bail out city if state hands down cuts

SOUTH PORTLAND – South Portland’s school board and city council have, at times, struggled to remain on the same page in recent years. More...

SPHS grad ordained

South Portland native Joe Donahue, a 2000 South Portland High School graduate, was ordained May 11 at a ceremony held at South Portland Church of the Nazarene. More...

A Window on the Past

Historian to lecture on South Portland Tidal Mills

Maritime historian Bud Warren will present a lecture at the annual meeting of the South Portland Historical Society at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 22. More...

The Local Dish

Bebe’s Burritos and Cantina

The Local Dish is a feature in the Courier and its sister papers, the Post, Sentry and Leader. Every week it will feature a different restaurant in each of our coverage areas. How long have you been in business? Ten years. More...

Family Yard Sale is June 1

The South Portland Parks and Recreation Department is having a Family Yard Sale 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, June 1 at the Redbank Gym and Community Center on MacArthur Circle in the Redbank Village neighborhood.  Set up begins at 8 a.m. More...

Fundraiser encourages dogs

Dogs and their owners will gather at Bug Light Park in South Portland Sunday, May 19 for the first American Cancer Society Bark for Life of Greater Portland, an event to remember and honor both dogs and people touched by cancer.  More...

Guest Column

Bill speaks to grading system

Last week, Democrats held a press conference announcing a bill I am sponsoring as well as a number of bills this session that will support education at every level, from early childhood through college. More...

Pets of the Week

South Portland resident Lisa Perruzzi’s shoe rack has been converted into bunk beds for Coda, top, and Coco. (Courtesy photo) More...