December 11, 2015 RSS feed / Community

New South Portland mayor old hat in position

SOUTH PORTLAND — For the third time in the past seven years, the person holding the mayoral gavel in South Portland is Ferry Village resident Tom Blake.  The unanimous choice of his peers on the city council, Blake took office to start his More...

From pugs grows the love bug

KENNEBUNKPORT – When Stephanie Salvas first saw the Pug dog her sister got six years ago, she fell in love instantly. Within a year, she contacted a Pug rescue group because she just had to get one of her own. More...

Cub Scout sign up is Dec. 14

Boys in grades one through five and their families are invited to sign up for Cub Scouts at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 14 at Thornton Heights United Methodist Church, 100 Westbrook St., South Portland.  More...

Community benefit

The South Portland Historical Society is selling its second holiday ornament, which depicts Portland Head Light framed by the Fishermen’s Point shacks at Willard Beach. More...

A Window on the Past

Society to host ‘A Child’s Christmas in Wales’

South Portland Historical Society member Jack Nordby will recite the Dylan Thomas classic, “A Child’s Christmas in Wales” at 1 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 13 at the society’s museum at Bug Light Park. More...

Family benefits from company’s longevity

SOUTH PORTAND — When Jim Soule founded A-B.E.S.T. More...

Be accepted ‘Onthe Spot’ at SMCC

Southern Maine Community College is holding an Onthe Spot Acceptance Day to assist students seeking to attend SMCC this spring. More...

Beacon

A wreath was placed on Bug Light by Jack Roberts of South Portland Cape Elizabeth Rotary. The club is Bug Light’s keeper. More...

Well of Greek olive oil hasn’t run dry

SACO – When Daphne Contraros Rioux is out and about, people often express condolences at the closure of the business she runs with her daughter.  The problem?  Lakonia isn’t closed.  “We are most definitely open,&rdqu More...