August 16, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Ordinance is in city’s hands

SOUTH PORTLAND – The South Portland Planning Board has ruled the proposed Waterfront Protection Ordinance is inconsistent with the city’s 2012 comprehensive plan.   More...

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Little Bigs has passion

Three days before the scheduled opening of Little Bigs, their new carry out bakery on Main Street in South Portland, co-owners James Murray Plunkett and Pamela Fitzpatrick are already bustling through the kitchen, making dough, mixing ingredients and More...

Police Notes

Police Notes

South Portland Police July 20 Mary Samantha Goldsmith, 23, of Portland, was arrested at 1:21 a.m. on Ocean Street for violating a condition of release. More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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Smell from tank worries neighbors

SOUTH PORTLAND – Some residents in the Ferry Village neighborhood of South Portland said they are concerned a routine cleaning of a nearby oil tank may pose a health risk. However, Portland Pipe Line Corp. More...

Artists not happy with place at fort

CAPE ELIZABETH – Artists and performers who want to sell their work at Fort Williams Park will need to do so under new restrictions approved by the town council, but one couple says the restrictions are in violation of artists’ first amen More...


Final summer concert features Cuban music

Thomas Memorial Library’s final outdoor summer concert will feature Cuban dance music by the band Primo Cubano, 6:30 to 8 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 22.  More...

A Window on the Past

Student-selected Mahoney Raider lives on

I remind folks to look up, especially when walking along a sidewalk surrounded by old buildings. You can miss a lot when not looking up. Such may not be the case if you have attended a student function at the Mahoney Middle School auditorium.  More...


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