October 11, 2013 RSS feed / Community

Enriching lives, one project at a time

CAPE ELIZABETH – The lives of students who attended summer camp at Ocean House at the Farm in Cape Elizabeth were enriched in more ways than one when they completed a community service project to benefit the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospit More...

Vote for favorite nonprofits

The public is invited to vote for the charity or nonprofit they believe is most deserving of receiving a share of $25,000 in grants available from the Town & Country Federal Credit Union’s 2013 Better Neighbor Fund charitable giving campaig More...

Maine has a choice to make

Maine has a choice to make. More...

Donation will build rink

The South Portland Parks, Recreation and Waterfront Department received a $15,000 donation from Port Harbor Marine for the purchase and installation of an outdoor ice rink within Wainwright Farms Recreational Complex. More...

Meeting will focus on 2-1-1

Dialing 2-1-1 Maine connects residents to a trained operator who can guide anyone through a comprehensive statewide directory of more than 8,000 health and human services available in Maine.   More...

Cape-based agency helps incarcerated women adjust

CAPE ELIZABETH – Sixty percent of women in the United States are rearrested after being released from prison and 43 percent of those women are reconvicted, according to a 1993 study done by the United States Bureau of Justice. More...

Author of WWI stories to speak at library

Author Richard Rubin will discuss his book, “The Last of the Doughboys: The Forgotten Generation and Their Forgotten World War,” (Houghton Mifflin, 2013) at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22 at Thomas Memorial Library in Cape Elizabeth.  More...

A Window on the Past

Memories are fond of A & W Root Beer

A&W Root Beer disappeared from my memory for a long time until I started noticing cans and bottles on the shelves in local stores in recent years. I don’t remember bottles and cans when I was a kid. More...