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Writing workshop will be in two parts

Betsy Sholl, award-winning author of eight poetry collections and a former Poet Laureate of Maine, is offering a two-part poetry and writing workshop at Thomas Memorial Library.  More...

Knightville debuts street festival

Ocean Avenue in South Portland will host the first Knightville Street Festival Saturday, Aug. 9, from 4 to 7 p.m., following Art In The Park in Millcreek.   More...

Duquette appears at library Aug. 12

Duquette, a musical trio comprised Rob Duquette on vocals and guitar, Walsh on drums, and John Kumnick on bass, will perform in one of Thomas Memorial Library’s outdoor summer concerts at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. More...

Project key to mosquito control

BIDDEFORD – Interns and staff at the University of New England who oversee a program to control the mosquito population through biological means say the project is proving effective much earlier than expected.  More...

Final wish denied by university

BIDDEFORD – The family of a woman who wanted to donate her body to science after her death said they were disappointed when the donation was rejected by the University of New England – even though she had been accepted into the program an More...

Letters

Column is a trip back in time for reader

To the editor:   Our compliments to Craig Skelton for his fine “A Fond Remembrance of Fred H. Hale Sr.” (July 18, 2014). More...

People

Thanks

Members of STRIVE in South Portland would like to recognize Jenny Castiglione, special projects coordinator at STRIVE in South Portland from August 2013-2014. Castiglione is leaving to pursue other endeavors.  More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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