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Planners OK armory redevelopment

SOUTH PORTLAND — After more than a year of anticipation and a slow slog though requisite prep work, redevelopment of the former National Guard Armory building on Broadway became a reality Tuesday night.  The planning board unanimously appr More...

SMCC uses composter for teaching tool

Maine Community College has acquired a high-capacity composter that gives students hands-on experience with sustainability while creating compost out of food waste.  More...

A Window on the Past

Understanding the National Register of Historic Places

Did you know that out of all of the residential homes in South Portland, only one is currently in the National Register of Historic Places? More...

Hannaford brings service to city

SOUTH PORTLAND — The South Portland planning board gave a unanimous green light to Hannaford Bros. More...

Propane issue moves to council

SOUTH PORTLAND — Although a majority of city council members opposed trying roadblock a proposed propane storage facility during a workshop Monday, Nov. 9, they will still conduct a formal vote. More...

Letters

Letters to the Editor

The following letters are from a class of refugee, asylum seeker and immigrant students at Southern Maine Community College, taught by South Portland resident Rosemarie De Angelis. More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

Saturday, Nov. 14   Baked bean supper, 5 to 7:30 p.m., Bowery Beach Schoolhouse, Ocean House Road, Cape Elizabeth. Includes hotdogs, coleslaw, breads, salad, soft drinks (BYOB) and dessert. More...