June 28, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Public works campaign begins

SOUTH PORTLAND – South Portland Public Works Superintendent Mark Lorello pointed up to the row of trees that line the edge of the department’s O’Neil Street property, which ostensibly provide a buffer for sound and sight between the More...

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Buy local group changes name

South Portland Buy Local voted recently to change its name to South Portland/Cape Elizabeth Buy Local. Although it always included Cape Elizabeth businesses in the past, they were not mentioned in the group’s logo. More...

In the News

Otto Pizza gets parking

SOUTH PORTLAND – When South Portland was chosen as the location of the third Otto Pizza in Maine, some residents wondered where customers would park at the busy intersection of Cottage Road and Highland Avenue.  More...

A Window on the Past

Bug Light Park set for July 4 festival

South Portland’s Bug Light Park will be the backdrop for the annual Fourth of July South Portland celebration next Thursday. More...

Food pantry decides on location

SOUTH PORTLAND – Sybil Riemensnider has been searching for a new home for the South Portland Food Cupboard since news came down early this year that St. John the Evangelist parish may close.  More...

Council pay should stay

SOUTH PORTLAND – The debate that the led to the South Portland City Council’s decision last year to eliminate its own health care benefit was tense, argumentative and at times, somewhat nasty.  More...

Business Review

The Local Dish


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?  More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

The Sentry accepts calendar listings from nonprofit organizations. Submissions must be received 10 days prior to publication. Please email your listing to editor@inthesentry.com and indicate the date of your event in the reference line. More...