August 28, 2015 RSS feed / Community

Lighthouse ride full, but volunteers encouraged

Against a backdrop of historic lighthouses, rocky coast and sandy beaches, avid cyclists from all over North America will ride in support of the Eastern Trail Alliance in the 12th annual Maine Lighthouse Ride on Saturday, Sept. 12. More...

Protestors to gather in city

On Saturday, Aug. 29, animal advocates will hold a peaceful protest in South Portland outside the offices of Lone Wolf Media, producers of “Yankee Jungle,” from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. More...

A Window on the Past

It was a fiery end for the steamship Manhattan

In the early 1900s, before the automobile became affordable and used by the masses, the norm for travel from Portland to Boston, New York and beyond was by steamship. More...

Danish Village arch to be saved

A piece of land behind Big 20 Bowling Center and Tim Hortons on the corner of Route 1 and Lincoln Avenue is slated for development. More...

Lucky Pup rescues

This little man is Digger, a 7-year-old rat terrier. He was found roaming loose with a note on his collar stating his age and name, and why he was “let go” (bit a child). More...

Center offers support group for adults who have lost

A new eight-week group for adults who have lost a loved one to cancer will begin at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 10 at the Cancer Community Center, 778 Main St. in South Portland.  More...