March 14, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Cape pulls trigger on shooting range ordinance

CAPE ELIZABETH — Not once, not twice, but three times Monday, members of the Cape Elizabeth Town Council said if both sides of an issue are unhappy with its work, they must be doing something right.  Based then on pubic reaction to a propo More...

News Updates

Community

Sweetser president to retire

Carl Pendleton, Sweetser’s long-serving president and CEO, has announced his intention to retire on Dec. 31.  More...

Tobacco use going up in smoke at fort

CAPE ELIZABETH — A proposal to ban smoking at Fort Williams Park, in the works since last fall, moved one step closer to implementation at the March 10 town council meeting.  More...

In the News

Centennial celebration The Cape Elizabeth Town Council approved a permit at its March 10 meeting to allow St. Alban’s Episcopal Church, located at 885 Shore Road 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...

D-Day film is made locally

SOUTH PORTLAND — World War II history will come alive this spring, thanks to a South Portland television production company and the beautiful environs of Scarborough.  In honor of the 70th anniversary of the invasion of Normandy, France, L More...

South Portland father to walk from Fenway to Hadlock

SOUTH PORTLAND — They say you can’t go home again, but Justin LeBlanc of South Portland hopes to disprove that notion this May when he walks 114 miles from Fenway Park in Boston to Hadlock Field in Portland to raise money and awareness fo More...

Letters

Intentions to reverse pipeline are clear

To the editor:   The recent industry-funded Energy Citizens advertisement in the Sentry employs a quote from a National Academies of Science report on the equal risks of tar sands oil transportation and regular oil.  More...

No fear, Mainers read between the lines

To the editor:   Last year, big oil spent more than $600,000 not talking about tar sands and denying their plans to bring this most dangerous fuel under Sebago Lake in old pipes, store it in old tanks near our schools and homes, and burn off the More...

Letter should clear up some details

To the editor:   For more than a year now activists with a narrow, off-oil agenda have been working hard to convince area residents that a particular petroleum product from a particular place on the planet presents the gravest possible threat to More...

Police Notes

Police Notes

South Portland   Feb. 21  A male juvenile, 15, of South Portland, was issued a summons at 3:26 a.m. on Maine Mall Road for robbery and assault.  More...