October 24, 2014 RSS feed / Community

Eye on student success

Sterling Kozlowski, Key Bank's Maine Market President stresses the importance of education in today's job market as the reason the Key Bank of Maine Foundation is donating $500,000 to SMCC's Path to More...

Cosmetologists needed for training program

The American Cancer Society is looking for licensed cosmetologists in Cumberland and York counties who are interested in becoming trained volunteers for its Look Good, Feel Better program. More...

Library Links

Food Day recognized at library; resources abound for check out

This is the second year that we at Thomas Memorial Library have recognized Oct. 24 as Food Day, a designation created in 2011 by the nonprofit Center for Science in the Public Interest. More...

Lucky Pup rescues

Lexie is a mixed breed dog, possibly a Lab, shepherd and something else, given her long legs and curly tail. She is athletic and would be a wonderful companion for someone who hikes or runs. More...

Eagle Scout project encompassed community

Jake Angell, a sophomore at South Portland High School, along with members of his Boy Scout Troop 37 and their families, students from South Portland High School’s Interact Club, family members, neighbors, friends and Keenan Excavating, a local More...

A Window on the Past

Final days approach for the Willard Exhibit

If you’ve been meaning to come by the South Portland Historical Society’s museum to see the 2014 Willard exhibit, you’ll want to do so soon. More...

Ecomaine seeks to give local grants

Ecomaine is seeking applicants from area schools to receive up to $5,000 in grant money from a total of $20,000 in available funding.  The deadline to apply for the money, which will be used begin or grow existing recycling or sustainability eff More...

Fair will feature crafts, lunch and more, Nov. 22

Several artisans will display their handiwork from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 22 at St. Bartholomew Church, 8 Two Lights Road, Cape Elizabeth. More...

Mall to host Halloween event

The Maine Mall will hold its annual trick-or-treat event from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 31.  Children of all ages are welcome to enjoy the event. More...

Theater to hold Halloween event

Join Mad Horse Theatre Company on All Hallow’s Eve for a costume party and staged reading of “Dracula: Down for the Count,” a comic rendition of the horror tale, written by Mary Lynn Dobson and directed by James Herrera.  Come More...

The force

South Portland Public Library and Thomas Memorial Library in Cape Elizabeth partnered up Oct. More...

Ride share program celebrated throughout state

BIDDEFORD – In recognition of October as national rideshare month, members of GO MAINE have been touring park-and-ride lots across the state to greet commuters as part of a “Way 2 GO Maine” celebration. More...