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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...

SoPo to act on climate plan

SOUTH PORTLAND — Now that it has a “Clear Skies Ordinance” under its belt, capping a yearlong effort to frustrate any attempt to transport tar sands through the city, the South Portland City Council has doubled down on efforts to re More...

Council drives at parking solution

SOUTH PORTLAND — As problems go, it’s not the worst one to have. With economic activity heating up in South Portland’s historic Knightville district, parking is at a premium. More...

Letters

Sentry interviewee is inspiration

To the editor: I was so pleased to see the fabulous article that Duke Harrington wrote about Eva Ledger. I met Eva while I was campaigning and tweeted about her the next day More...

Bear baiting degrades the sport of hunting

To the editor:   We are the last state to allow trapping, baiting and hounding of bears. These practices are neither necessary to successfully hunt bear nor to control the bear population. More...

Community

SPHS class of ’64 celebrates 50 years

Right, Lorene (Lunt) Black, left, Jeannie (Farrell) Lovell and Rosemary Eastman greet one another after 50 years. More...

Residents raise questions in wake of events in Missouri

South Portland Police Chief Ed Googins has addressed ongoing concerns over a military surplus vehicle acquired by the city last fall in the wake of news from Ferguson, Missouri, where police responded to riots after an officer shot and killed a suspe More...

Committee aimed at preservation

SOUTH PORTLAND – The South Portland City Council is offering residents a way to impact their community and have a say about the things they care about.  More...