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Community

Testing prompts changes to school curriculum

SOUTH PORTLAND — While a $1.6 million improvement grant appears to be helping one “failing” elementary school in South Portland, falling scores elsewhere have prompted a sweeping change in science curriculum.  More...

School budgets approved by wide margins

SOUTH PORTLAND/CAPE ELIZABETH – In light traffic at the polls Tuesday, voters approved nearly $70 million in spending on public education in South Portland and Cape Elizabeth.  More...

A Window on the Past

Cofferdam construction at Cumberland Shipyard

At the South Portland Historical Society’s museum at Bug Light Park, the main exhibit room features an exhibit that covers 100 years of shipbuilding history in our city, from 1845 to 1945. More...

Consultant: Proposed LP gas terminal not allowed

SOUTH PORLAND — A consultant hired by South Portland to weigh in on a proposed propane storage yard has issued his ruling, saying the project is not allowed under current city code.  More...

Letters

Legislator cares about animal issue

To the editor: I am writing to express thanks and gratitude to state Rep. Kimberly Monaghan for taking a strong stand against animal cruelty. More...

How about some extra credit?

To the editor:   In the June 5 edition of the Sentry, there was a letter from Stephen Demetriou, who claimed one could easily convert cubic feet of gas to gallons of liquefied gas. Mr. Demetriou is missing the facts on two accounts.  More...

Writer’s approach is not doable

To the editor:   This is in respectful response to the letter by Ms. Jennifer Morris (“Consider city property,” June 5, Sentry).  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...