November 28, 2014 RSS feed / Community

‘Nutcracker’ performer a South Portland resident

SCARBOROUGH – Staging a performance of “The Nutcracker” has been a lifelong dream for Melissa Willey, owner of Scarborough Dance Center. More...

Death occurs at transfer station

CAPE ELIZABETH — A freak accident has claimed the life of Cape Elizabeth’s former director of public works, just yards away from the road that bears his name.  More...

Festival kicks off holiday season

Celebrate Holiday Fest from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 5 at Mill Creek Park in South Portland.  More...

The most wonderful time of the year

Above, Joyce Alden of Scarborough points out some of her knitted items to Isabella Dodge of Falmouth during Saturday's Holiday Fair at the Thornton Heights Methodist Church. More...

South Portland to hire sustainability coordinator

SOUTH PORTLAND — Proving that its recently adopted “Climate Action Plan” is not a report destined to collect dust on some city hall shelf, the South Portland City Council has created a new position to see that its recommendations be More...

Proposed ice rink’s location is tweaked

SCARBOROUGH – Friends of Scarborough Hockey, a private group looking to build an ice rink on the municipal campus, is still looking to construct the facility on campus, but not at the site originally proposed.  More...

A Window on the Past

Volunteer Hose Company No. 1 – Ferry Village

For those interested in history and, specifically, local history, I highly recommend the book, “A History of Cape Elizabeth, Maine,” by William B. Jordan Jr. Reprints of the book are available through South Portland Historical Society. More...