September 19, 2014 RSS feed / 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...

Cape fundraising continues until 30th

Cape Elizabeth Middle School has launched its fall fundraising season with Close Buy Catalog, a school fundraising catalog that features products made in New England.  Funds raised through the sale will benefit outdoor experiences for all middle More...

Program will focus on Casco Bay

Friends of Casco Bay presents “Casco Bay is at Risk” from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 24 in Abromson Auditorium on the University of Southern Maine campus in Portland.  More...

Stephen King will sign books in South Portland

Stephen King will embark on a six-city book tour to promote the release of his upcoming book, “Revival.” The Books-A-Million in South Portland will be his final tour stop at 4 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 17.  More...

Candidate leaves South Portland race

SOUTH PORTLAND — The race for positions on the South Portland City Council narrowed late last week.  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...

Helping out

From left, South Portland residents and Cadets from Troop 1553 Janine Christensen, Mackenzie Farnham (sitting), Grace Thayer, Emily Freese, Laura LeFebvre, Abby Freese, Julie LeFebvre and Amy Freese More...

New staff welcomed at funeral home

Mike Frechette has been named to the staff of Hobbs  Funeral Homes as a licensed funeral director. Frechette is working on a second career, having been a longtime businessman in Maine working primarily in real estate.   More...

A Window on the Past

Fond memories: South Portland’s Bowl-A-Rama

It’s funny how seeing an old picture can take you back in time. Until I saw this picture of the Mill Creek Bowl-A-Rama, I hadn’t remembered that wooden tower with the bowling alley name on it. More...