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Community

Restaurant supports local club

Olive Garden Restaurants are expanding their partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of America during the Never Ending Pasta Bowl promotion to support local Boys & Girls Clubs. Through Sunday, Nov. More...

Developer to hear from public

Hardypond Development is interested in providing community appropriate residential environments for 6.5 acres located at the end of Summit Terrace in South Portland and are asking residents to attend a public forum to share suggestions and ideas for More...

‘Stuff the bus’ Oct. 18

The Rotary Club of South Portland Sunrise, based in South Portland and Cape Elizabeth, announces a food drive for the South Portland Food Cupboard 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. More...

Library is a ‘Family Place’

CAPE ELIZABETH – Thomas Memorial Library in Cape Elizabeth has been officially recognized as a Family Place Library. More...

Story proves you can get there from here

SOUTH PORTLAND — Three years ago, Marshall Gibson, better known as Jack, was going through the archive room in his South Portland office when a thought occurred to him.  More...

Letters

Business owner is good candidate

To the editor:   As a former small business owner in South Portland, I believe that running a company in Maine should be a requirement for serving in the state Senate. More...

Pastor opposes legalizing drug

To the editor:  I urge South Portland residents to vote no on   More...

Candidate’s education experience is needed

To the editor:   South Portland voters in House District 33 (formerly 124) have a choice of three candidates this November. One of those candidates is Rosemarie De Angelis.  More...

Things to Do

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...