January 22, 2016 RSS feed / Community

Dynasty sustained

The South Portland girls eighth-grade basketball team won the Scarborough Holiday Tournament Championship for the third consecutive year. More...

Sustainable SoPo

Buying local contributes to a healthy environment

As thoroughly discussed in the Nov. More...

More than puppy love sustains black lab’s legacy

BIDDEFORD – A local animal lover is channeling grief from the loss of his dog into a program designed to help other companion animals, their owners, and the stray and unwanted animal population in southern Maine and beyond.  More...

Albano on ice

Cassandra Albano, 16, represented the Skating Club of Boston’s Team Excel’s Intermediate Synchronized Skating team at the 21st annual Cape Cod Synchronized Skating Classic at John Gallo I More...

Beach to Beacon registration times and dates announced

Runners hoping for a spot at the start line for the 19th TD Beach to Beacon 10K Road Race on Aug. More...

South Portland Studio raises money for Camp Sunshine

South Portland business owner Chaya Caron hosted her third-annual holiday sale and benefit at Chaya Studio Jewelry and, with the support of fellow Maine-based artists, donated more than $2,000 to Camp Sunshine, doubling funds raised during the show l More...

Cape’s inaugural library exhibit will open Feb. 4

Cape Elizabeth residents have waited for a little more than a year for the town’s new library to open. More...

Docents needed for historical tours

For the 21st consecutive year, history lovers have an opportunity to do something fun for themselves and good for the community. More...

Library announces winter reading program

South Portland Public Library announced a winter reading program for children through 18 years old, starting Saturday, Jan. 30. More...

A Window on the Past

Another neighborhood staple, A.J. Cash’s Market

This week, we look at another of the Cash’s stores at the intersection of Broadway and Main Street. The intersection would later become called Cash Corner because of these enterprising peddlers and shopkeepers. Andrew J. More...