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Community

Emotions evident in tar sands debate

SOUTH PORTLAND – At the beginning of a South Portland Planning Board public forum Tuesday, July 23, Planning and Development Director Tex Haeuser told the audience the board would likely focus on the details of the proposed Waterfront Protectio More...

Trust celebrates success of Paint for Preservation

The Cape Elizabeth Land Trust announced the results of its sixth annual Paint for Preservation event, which included a wet paint auction and raffle. More...

Members sought for SMCC hall of fame

Southern Maine Community College seeks nominations for induction to the SMCC Athletics Hall of Fame. Inductees will be honored at a ceremony in October on the South Portland campus. 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...

Lobster Bowl last time on field for many

BIDDEFORD — Last weekend’s Lobster Bowl Classic gathered the some of the state’s best football players to raise money for Kora Shrine Hospitals. It was an experience South Portland High School More...

Not with a bang, but a wimper

SOUTH PORTLAND – Two issues that consumed South Portland’s municipal attention and brought heated debate from dozens of residents with strong opinions last year neared a quiet conclusion Monday night, July 22.  More...

Letters

Fix curbs before accident happens

To the editor:

I wanted to address an issue with the street curbs that were installed last year along Sawyer Road in South Portland, specifically the stretch from Marsh Road up to Ocean (77).  More...

Let the people vote on tar sands

To the editor:

As a Canadian who has lived in Alberta for two extended periods, I have known of the existence of what used to be known as the Athabaska Tar Sands for more than 60 years. More...

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People

Neighbors

Retirement of K-9 well deserved

Like any good veteran cop, Belgian shepherd Harley is having a tough time leaving his life on the force behind after his recent retirement. 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...