July 5, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

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Neighbors

Coach steps up

Lynne Hasson has been involved in South Portland athletics nearly her entire life, so the decision in front of her to potentially leave two years ago was extremely difficult.  More...

About Neighbors

Neighbors is a weekly profile that features a community member from South Portland or Cape Elizabeth. Know someone you would like to see featured in the Sentry? Contact Jack Flagler at news@inthesentry.com.   More...

Police Notes

Police Notes

South Portland Police   June 5  Trista Townsend, 24, of Biddeford, was taken into custody on a warrant at 4:09 p.m. on Main Street and charged with violation of a protective order.  June 7  More...

Public hearing set for tar sands

SOUTH PORTLAND – The South Portland City Council set two summer dates for further discussion of a citizenproposed ordinance that aims to block the transport of tar sands oil from Canada to Maine, but not without raising concerns the scope of th More...

Land owners speak up about trails

CAPE ELIZABETH – When asked about the reasons they moved to Cape Elizabeth, many town residents respond with a short list of common answers. One reason is generally the excellent reputation of the town’s schools. More...

Community

Residents help others navigate health care

CAPE ELIZABETH – For the last 12 years, the CarePartners program has helped nearly 10,000 uninsured and low-income Maine residents receive medical care from a network of more than 900 health care providers, including Cape Elizabeth doctor Chris More...

A Window on the Past

Broadview Park

We continue this week with our look at another of the World War II shipyard housing complexes in South Portland. Broadview Park was located in the area between Evans Street and Highland Avenue, along Alfred Street and adjoining streets. More...

PEO gives loan to South Portland woman

Chapter E, Kennebunk, of the Philanthropic Educational Organization, announced that South Portland resident Sydney Damian-Loring was approved for the sisterhood’s Educational Loan Fund in the maximum amount allowed, $12,000.  More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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