May 31, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

No tassel without hassle

SOUTH PORTLAND – The final bell rings at South Portland High School every weekday at 1:50 p.m. Students scatter to their cars or buses lined up in front of the school, on their way to practices, afterschool activities, part-time jobs or home. More...

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Horror recreated at South Portland film studio

SOUTH PORTLAND – Over the course of a mostly gloomy, dark, rainy and ominous Memorial Day weekend, South Portland film director Corey Norman and the cast and crew of “The Hanover House” finished shooting the final scenes of the horr More...

Food truck owners to ‘rumble’ in NYC

CAPE ELIZABETH – Karl and Sarah Sutton always had a plan to compete in the Lobster Roll Rumble in New York City, a charity fundraiser hosted by Tasting Table that brings the best lobster roll chefs from around the U.S. More...

Pet of the Week

Billy G., remembered

William (Billy) Gwendolyn Engel, adopted Feb. 3, 2005, left us on May 18, 2013, approximately 10 years old. He was taken from me way too young by a brain tumor.  More...

New York Man Arrested in South Portland on Drug, Weapon Charges

Agents from the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency arrested a man on drug and weapon charges in South Portland on Saturday night, June 1. MDEA Commander Scott Pelletier said in a media release Wayman Sparrow, 22, of the Bronx, N.Y. More...

Home of the brave

Cape honors military who have passed

Top, Pat Harmon of Scarborough stands to applaud as the Memorial Day parade began in Cape Elizabeth on Monday morning, May 27. More...

Safe play in football stands out

SOUTH PORTLAND – When Steve Stinson and Joel Rumelhart were teammates on the University of Maine football team, little was known of the lingering physical and mental impact the sport can have on former players, specifically the effect of multip More...

Letters

Why does beer garden have to be controversial?

To the editor:   I am excited about the possible opportunity of a Sea Dog beer garden at Bug Light. It’s a beautiful scenic environment to enjoy a couple of beers with friends.  More...

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Cousins find place in lobster business

SOUTH PORTLAND – Sabin Lomac moved to Los Angeles 10 years ago, as many do, to start a career as an actor. More...