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Group strives to educate locals on tar sands

PORTLAND -- Activist group 350 Maine presented “Tar Sands Exposed,” a speaking tour that traveled through New England and Canada between Jan 24 and Feb 1. The group of speakers stopped at USM’s Hannaford Hall on Friday.  More...

Focus on Wildlife

The Bald Eagle is a striking bird; a large black and white raptor that symbolizes our nation. More...

New grading system introduced in city schools

SOUTH PORTLAND – While some people may balk at the new proficiency-based grading system being implemented across the state of Maine, South Portland has already begun integrating the reporting system in the district’s two middle schools.&n 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...

Letters

Move aided by public’s support

To the editor: The Food Cupboard recently moved to warehouses at 130 Thadeus in South Portland. We had resided in the basement of St. John the Evangelist Church for 16 years More...

The next step in tar sands issue

To the editor: The South Portland City Council responded to the residents of our city with a show of support for our position on tar sands being transferred from pipelines to oil tankers More...

Committee has important job to do

To the editor: A big note of thanks to the South Portland City Council in choosing a strong draft ordinance committee and in keeping the tar sands oil moratorium process moving forward More...

People

Cape Elizabeth man starts comic publisher

CAPE ELIZABETH – When Jeff Kline was a child, his family frequently spent parts of their summers in Maine. More...

Eleanor Wise Dow

Eleanor Wise Dow, 97, died Monday, Jan. More...