September 25, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

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Rolling along

On Wednesday, Sept. More...

Picture perfect

South Portland Mayor Linda Cohen and City Manager Jim Gailey pose at the Sept. 21 city council meeting with Cora Boothby-Akilo, left, age 12, and Sky Jordan, right, also 12. More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

Saturday, Sept. 26   Trout Brook Trail improvement event, 9 a.m. to noon, where the brook goes under Boothby Avenue; the section of Boothby Avenue between Lawrence Lano and Beaufort streets. Bring work gloves and tools. More...

Club busied with bees, construction

CAPE ELIZABETH — Although the sound of gunfire has not been heard at the Spurwink Rod & Gun Club for more than two months, that does not mean the facility, located on Sawyer Road in Cape Elizabeth, has fallen into complete silence.  La More...

Letters

Residents to receive phone survey

To the editor:   More...

Kentucky clerk didn’t do her job properly

To the editor:  Kim Davis, a county clerk from Kentucky, has been   More...

Community

South Portland fire department recognizes five

SOUTH PORTLAND — The South Portland Fire Department has issued its annual awards of merit, honoring five of its members at the Monday, Sept. 21 city council meeting.  Among those recognized were Lt. More...

Everyday Maine: South Portland’s Marita Gould

Marita Gould is, by all accounts, the oldest resident of South Portland’s oldest neighborhood, having moved to Ferry Village from Portland in 1921, when she was just 7 years old. More...

Participate in global Mormon conference

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints does a global broadcast called “General Conference” twice a year, once in April and once in October. Oct. More...