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South Portland runner inspires

Sue McCarthy, 51, a South Portland masters sprinter, took home five medals (one gold, four silver and one bronze) at the recent 2014 Outdoor United States Track and Field Masters Outdoor National Championships in North Carolina last month in the 50 t More...

‘Survivor’ to help nonprofit raise money

South Portland resident Bob Crowley, winner of TV’s “Survivor: Gabon,” will host the second annual Durham Warriors Survival Challenge to benefit the Durham Warriors Project, a nonprofit group that allows disabled veterans and other More...

College renames science program

Southern Maine Community College has renamed its composites program to reflect the way the program has evolved. More...

New rink could mean more ice time for all

A group of residents in Scarborough may have found a solution to the age-old problem of finding ice time for middle school and high school hockey teams.  Scarborough teams have had to rely on renting ice time at other ice rinks around southern M More...

Letters

What happened to will of the people?

To the editor:   I got a chuckle out of a local newscast reporting that the South Portland City Council has, (in due regard for the citizens of this fair city,) decided to let the decision to allow recreational marijuana go to the people on the More...

Take a look at ‘new South Portland’

To the editor: I (a six-year planning board member, long time South Portland resident, and now conflicted lover of the city) and thousands of other voter residents are still trying to figure out what is sadder More...

Baiting bears with sweets is cruel

To the editor:   July 27 was the beginning of this year’s 30- day process to bait Maine bears.  More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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