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‘My whole life has been South Portland’

SOUTH PORTLAND – If you’ve been to any meeting of the city council or planning board over the past three years, or if you’ve watched one broadcast on community television, you know his face. More...

Planning board votes against moratorium

SOUTH PORTLAND — Despite two earlier setbacks, a proposal to build a liquefied petroleum gas depot in the Rigby Yard rail station got a new life Tuesday when the planning board voted 6-1 to recommend that the city council not adopt a proposed m More...

Community

Artists to display work at city café

“The Face of Yunnan,” photographs by Mason Philip Smith and paintings by Heidi Geist and Jo-Ann Fleishman will be on display through March 16 at CIA Cafe, 72 Ocean St., South Portland. An artists reception will be held 5 to 7 p.m. More...

Cape superintendent resigns

CAPE ELIZABETH — School Superintendent Meredith Nadeau will leave her job June 30 to take the reins of a school district in Newmarket, New Hampshire.  The school board accepted her resignation at its Jan. 12 meeting.  More...

Former nun to give author talk at library

South Portland Public Library will host former nun and author of “Forever Becoming,” Vivian Franck for an author talk at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 23. Franck’s memoir chronicles journey from convent to enlightenment.  More...