April 4, 2014 RSS feed / Community

South Portland filmmaker finds way around snag

SACO – A South Portland filmmaker is organizing a new film festival at the Saco Drive-In that he hopes will become an annual event.  More...

Boys & Girls Clubs celebrates running

Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Maine’s Alumni Association will celebrate its 85th Annual Patriots Day 5-Miler at noon Monday, April 21. For 2014, the race was moved back to Monday from Sunday since the day before is Easter Sunday. More...

After hours concert features ProfTones

South Portland Public Library continues its series of free after-hours events with a concert given by The ProfTones, a local cover band with an eclectic set list and an interesting back story. More...

What’s Going On South Portland

History of Passover celebrations

Every year Jewish people celebrate Passover, a commemoration of the liberation of the Jews from slavery under Egyptian leaders.  More...

Correction

A story in last week’s Sentry, “Beach to Beacon registration a race of its own,” a sentence should have read, “Simulated loads are run against the server to ensure that the web traffic is handled properly. More...

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Celebrate local authors

In my last column, I talked about Cape Elizabeth’s second annual literacy festival, “Cape Celebrates Literacy,” which began March 12 and ends April 12. More...

Land trust plant sale set for May

South Portland Land Trust will hold its  annual plant and bake sale Saturday, May 17 at the American Legion Hall at 413 Broadway in South Portland. More...

Fun, Friends

Lori Murrill of South Portland listens as Stacy Burns of Gorham Based Pole Parties by Stacy describes how she organizes a party. More...

A Window on the Past

A look at architecture: Church of the Nazarene

I am fascinated by construction. Either it was already in my blood or as a small boy I was bit by a wood splinter. I’ve told readers in the past that they need to look up. More...

SMCC student wins national scholarship

A Southern Maine Community College student is one of 51 community college students from the U.S., Canada and American Samoa to be named 2014 New Century Scholars.  More...