October 3, 2014 RSS feed / Community

For local rappers it’s about ‘Proper Placement’

SOUTH PORTLAND – There’s a new album that just hit the streets of South Portland, from a genre that may surprise: hip-hop. More...

Resident wins Maine award in assessing

South Portland resident David G. Sawyer, assessor for the town of Windham, was recognized by the Maine Association of Assessing Officers as the Maine Assessor of the Year. More...

South Portland competes

Marla Crossetti of South Portland will compete for Mrs. Maine America, representing South Portland.  More...

Book sale starts Oct. 17

Friends of Thomas Memorial Library’s fall book and bake sale is open to the public 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 17 and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18. There will also be a donor preview night from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. More...

Business relocates to city

Elder Planning Advisors of Maine, Inc., has announced the relocation of its offices from 383 U.S. Route 1 in Scarborough to 1006 Broadway in South Portland.  More...

SMCC to hold workshop series

Southern Maine Community College is holding a free seminar series that focuses on marine and genetic research.  The SMCC Science Department is hosting three seminars geared toward a general audience that should be of interest to members of the p More...

Hobbs announces another new addition

Marianne Robinson has been named to the staff of Hobbs Funeral Homes as office manager and administrative specialist.  Robinson is responsible for day-to-day financial records, updating necessary data, direct contact with the public, document st More...

‘Star Wars’ fans invited

The third annual “Star Wars Reads Day” will take  place from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 11. More...

Celebrate harvest

The public is invited to share in Congregation Bet Ha’am’s   More...

A Window on the Past

Cape Power Station

With the passage of time, almost everything around us changes. Just below the Casco Bay Bridge, if you have even noticed, are the remnants of the Cape Power Station that started its life generating power that ran the trolleys. More...