August 21, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Cape lifts ‘affordable housing’ limit

CAPE ELIZABETH — With no one apparently willing to buy a pair of Cape Elizabeth condominiums listed at an “affordable housing” rate, the town council also has passed on the purchase.  More...

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Rotary makes second van possible for club

The Rotary Club of South Portland Sunrise recently raised more than $20,000 to purchase a new 12-passenger van for Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Maine’s South Portland Clubhouse.  More...

In the News

Council seeks public input The Cape Elizabeth Town Council is soliciting public input on how it prioritizes the work it does, and how it should in the future. A “community roundtable” will be held at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. More...

Cape event includes variety of activities

Join Kelly Anchors, certified yoga instructor and tennis professional, and Holly Twining, founder of Maine Yoga Adventures, for a journey in southern Maine to be held 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 5 at Fort Williams in Cape Elizabeth.  More...

South Portland moves toward bag fees, Styrofoam ban

SOUTH PORTLAND — The environmental movement in South Portland continues to grow, with the city council now considering a ban on polystyrene containers and a fee for plastic bags, similar to rules that went into effect across the river in Portla More...

Cape set to keep most paper streets

CAPE ELIZABETH — The vast majority of 50 so-called paper streets in Cape Elizabeth may be retained by the town following recommendations made by members of the planning board and conservation commission.  More...


Representative let constituents down

To the editor: One of the things I value most about Maine is the fact that its citizens value natural areas and understand how important conservation lands are to our quality of life and economy. More...


Maurice J. Dion

Maurice J. Dion, 87, of Lyman, passed away Sunday July 26, 2015 at Maine Veterans Home in Scarborough. He was born in Springvale, on April 8, 1928, one of 13 children to Alice Blanchette and John Dion. More...

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Things to Do

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