October 9, 2015 RSS feed / Community

Court rules against Cape in cell-tower case

The courts have ruled Cape Elizabeth was in the wrong when it denied a permit to Verizon Wireless, which asked to post a communication antennae on an old water tower in the Shore Acres subdivision.  More...

A Window on the Past

Check out historical happenings in South Portland

We have a busy upcoming week at the South Portland Historical Society with a 5K community fundraiser and a walking history cemetery tour at Mount Pleasant Cemetery. We invite residents to take part in either or both of these.  More...

Through fall, rescue deals with kittens, other needs

SOUTHERN MAINE – Many think of spring as kitten season, but one southern Maine rescue wants to remind people that cats have been continuing to give birth to litters, some multiple times, throughout summer and fall.  More...

Bowl while supporting group for girls

The Bid and Bowl fundraiser for Girls on the Run – Maine will be held 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 14 at Easy Day, 725 Broadway, South Portland.  Event includes bowling, music and a silent auction. More...

Cooking on Purpose

Pull out those perfect pumpkin plates

For the past several weeks, as I take my daily walk with my dog Faith, I cannot help but notice on almost every door step or walk way, the multitudes of mums and pumpkins.  The myriad of colors is truly breathtaking. What gorgeous fall colors. More...

Events to be held this month to honor lost children

BIDDEFORD/SACO/PORTLAND – Two events in southern Maine will be held this month to support people who have experienced the death of a child during pregnancy or shortly after birth, and recognize their lost children. More...

Eye center plans move to community to the south

SCARBOROUGH — Plans for a longtime eye doctor in South Portland to move to Scarborough were approved this week. More...

Running for a cause

Jenn Straetz (201) leads a pack of runners towards the finish line in Black Point Park in Scarboirough at the 3rd annual Team Kyle 5K Saturday, Oct. 3. More...