June 20, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

City takes park out of equation

SOUTH PORTLND — The back-and-forth over a new zoning plan for South Portland’s Thornton Heights neighborhood got a reprieve Monday when city councilors decided to simply pull one lot from the proposed district.  More...

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Community

Honor Roll

Mahoney Middle School, third quarter

Eighth grade   High honors: Lindsey Ayre, Delphi Bourassa, Lilliana Brandao, Sophie Chase, Thomas Costin, Madison Cyr, Jennifer DiPhilippo, Riley Ellis, Paige Fleming, Elizabeth Foster, Daniel Mickiewicz, Abigail Pipkin, Lily Tedford, Jack Vose- More...

Library Links

The long and winding road

In our house and in our cars it’s not uncommon for Beatles songs to appear as iTunes jumps around on shuffle play.  More...

Parade of Lights is fundraiser for Toys for Tots program

The Casco Bay Summer Time Parade of Lights, a Toys for Tots benefit, will be held 8 to 10 p.m. Saturday, July 5 in Portland Harbor and Casco Bay. It is organized by the South Portland Lions Club. More...

City declares Mildred Street home to be ‘public nuisance’

SOUTH PORTLAND — Following a lengthy hearing Monday night, the South Portland City Council declared a three-unit apartment building in the Pleasantdale neighborhood to be a “public nuisance,” ordering health and code violations to b More...

It’s official: Armory for sale

SOUTH PORTLAND — The city of South Portland has finally elected to cut loose the art deco albatross that’s hung from around its neck since 2006.  More...

Letters

The facts are simple

To the editor:   I am thrilled that our city council is showing the courage and common sense to stand up to big oil.  More...

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Things to Do

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