March 14, 2014 RSS feed / Community

Sweetser president to retire

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

Brain injury patients heard, thanks to area residents

SOUTH PORTLAND/CAPE ELIZABETH – Walking into Briggs conference room at New England Rehabilitation Hospital of Portland, visitors may notice only half the lights are on. More...

Food cupboard to receive large donation

Pape Subaru on Broadway in South Portland will give South Portland Food Cupboard $15,000 as part of a fundraising campaign the dealership held in December and January.  For a six-week period, every person who purchased a vehicle chose a nonprofi More...

Cape race registration is Friday

Runners who want a get spot at the starting line in this year’s TD Beach to Beacon 10K Road Race will be able to register at 7 a.m. Friday, March 14.  More...

Libra Foundation continues Civic Center tradition

By signing the first founding partnership agreement with the newly renovated and expanded Cumberland County Civic Center, the Libra Foundation is carrying on its tradition of support for the county landmark that began with Elizabeth Noyce’s don More...

A Window on the Past

Fond memories of Carolyn’s Caterers

The Carolyn’s Catering I first remember was on Cottage Road not far from the Portland Players Thaxter Theater. My mom worked there for many years when I was grammar school-aged. 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...

Proposed budget would boost Cape tax bills by 2.6 percent

CAPE ELIZABETH — Officials in Cape Elizabeth have released preliminary budget proposals for the coming fiscal year to start July 1, that, if adopted, would increase local tax bills 2.6 percent.  More...

Library Links

The library as an after-hours music venue

When you drive past the main library building on most evenings, after the library has wrapped up business for the day, you’ll see a dark building, its face an expanse of glass reflecting lights from traffic, surrounding buildings, and the moon. More...

Event will benefit jobless from Lincoln

A benefit dinner and silent auction to help those who lost their jobs following November’s boiler explosion at Lincoln Paper and Tissue LLC in Lincoln will be held on Friday, March 28, at St. More...

2014 Summer Camp Directory

Surf Camp Maine Learning to surf is a life-long pursuit: exciting, challenging, and rewarding. While learning this ‘royal’ sport (that’s what the Hawaiians called it!) you’ll connecting with nature as never before More...