May 2, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Nonprofit unwraps the high cost of medical waste

SOUTH PORTLAND — A fashion show unlike any other ever seen in the state, because all of the outfits were made from discarded medical fabric, raised enough money for a South Portland nonprofit April 24 to send to cargo containers of medical supp More...

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People

Model citizens

South Portland senior athletes Clara Ellis and Jack Salamone were honored at the annual Southwestern Maine Activities Association Citizenship Banquet in recognition of their efforts in citizenship, l 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...

EMT returns to Boston to ‘reclaim’ race

SOUTH PORTLAND – The scene that took place in Boston’s Copley Square on Patriots Day 2013 needs no description. More...

City moves ahead with zone change

SOUTH PORTLAND — Members of a South Portland synagogue are praying for preservation of a little-used city park next to their temple even as the city council moves ahead with a zoning change that could allow construction of a Dunkin’ Donut More...

Letters

Planning board members shouldn’t play favorites

To the editor: In response to the Sentry’s April 18 story, “Hundred-seat restaurant plan nixed,” by Duke Harrington, I find the matter disturbing for many reasons, but most notably for the lack of “transparency,” as quoted by Planning Board member Li More...

Community

Free Comic Book day celebrated

SOUTH PORTLAND – Newbury Comics, located at the Maine Mall, is bracing itself for a busy day for the 13th annual Free Comic Book Day. More...

Sculpture raffle will benefit trust

The Cape Elizabeth Land Trust in conjunction with its seventh annual Paint for Preservation Wet Paint event on July 13 has begun selling raffle tickets for an original granite sculpture, courtesy of June LaCombe. More...

Students grow newly developed plants

Southern Maine Community College students are growing newly developed varieties of tomatoes, petunias and other vegetables and flowers as part of a national program to introduce new plants to home gardeners.  More...