March 6, 2015 RSS feed / Community

South Portland board names superintendent

SOUTH PORTLAND — The South Portland School Board of Education did not receive quite the flood of applications it anticipated when Superintendent Suzanne Godin announced in November that she would retire at the end of the school year.  More...

BIOS has been helping Mainers weatherize their homes for years

For the last 20 years, BIOS Environments, of Westbrook, has been helping residents and business owners stay warm all winter long through BIOSenergy and rid their homes of asbestos, lead and mold through BIOSafe.  More...

Guest Column

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Three seniors at South Portland High School have supported the freedoms that we enjoy in the United States. They deserve our encouragement – not our criticism. More...

Firefighters thankful for help shoveling hydrants

The greater Portland area has already received 82 inches of snow this winter and it has taxed the resources of every city department. No department is more aware of this than members of the South Portland Fire Department. More...

Artists use light for new exhibit in Cape

“Pulling Light,” an exhibit by Clint Fulkerson and Kim Crichton, will be on display at Ocean House Gallery & Frame in Cape Elizabeth through April 30.  More...

Ice cream weather

Despite the forecast of yet another storm rolling in during an already interminable winter season, eager customers line up at Red's Dairy Freeze in South Portland Tuesday, on opening day of the 63rd More...

City hires Boston law firm in tar sands fight

SOUTH PORTLAND — The South Portland City Council voted unanimously Monday to hire Boston law firm Foley Hoag to defend its position in a ongoing legal battle over efforts to ban diluted bitumen, or “tar sands” from city ports.  More...

Local Fundraiser Aims to Continue to Send South Portland Students to Camp

South Portland, ME – A group of area residents has announced its plan to establish an annual golf outing and auction to raise funds that would continue to benefit Memorial Middle School students. More...

A Window on the Past

Follow up: early ambulance service

The phone rang in my home a couple days after the “Early Ambulance Service” article ran in the Sentry a few weeks ago. It was a familiar voice as the person calling had been my doctor growing up. Now retired, Dr. More...