March 7, 2014 RSS feed / Community

Professionals cultivate networks

SOUTH PORTLAND – Those who walked into the lounge area of J.P. Thornton’s last Friday, Feb. 28, saw an abundance of cheerful faces, full drinks and clusters of mingling professionals. More...

Hot tub hero bubbles up in South Portland

SOUTH PORTLAND – The South Portland City Council has accepted a $10,000 donation from Highland Avenue resident Marshall L. More...

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The rise of board games

I recently noticed something curious on display at Target: a board game version of “Bejeweled.” It caught my eye because I have, at times, been slightly addicted to the iPad version of the game. More...

Roosevelt School rezoned

SOUTH PORTLAND – The South Portland City Council voted 6-0 at its March 3 meeting to rezone the 1.74-acre parcel that’s home to the former Roosevelt Elementary School, removing it from the residential district and putting it in a newly-cr More...

Dems go head to head for House seat

SOUTH PORTLAND – The upcoming party primary elections promise something fairly uncommon in South Portland politics — an actual contested race. More...

Workshop is geared to the aging

Androscoggin Bank’s Trust and Wealth Management Group will host “No Room at the Inn: As you age, where will you live in 2 years? 5 years? 10 years?” 5:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 26 at Scarborough Public Library. More...

Photo

Eight-year-old Ethan and his sister, Abigail, 5, enjoy a session on one of several infl atable bounce houses at Saturday's STRIVE Dance Marathon. Right, The Portsmouth based J.C. More...

Correction

The top right photo on page 2 of the Feb. 21 Sentry should of been credited to Steve Surfman.   More...