January 29, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

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Safe harbor ahead

A South African Maersk Line freighter passes the Portland Breakwater Lighthouse, better known as Bug Light, on its way from Casco Bay into the mouth of the Fore River, in this recent photo captured b More...

Salmon club fundraiser is Feb. 28

Saco River Salmon Club will hold its winter fundraiser, “It’s all about the leaper,” noon to 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. More...

Library’s reading program begins soon in South Portland

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

Things to Do

Things to Do

The Sentry accepts calendar listings from nonprofit organizations. Submissions must be received 10 days prior to publication. Please email your listing to editor@inthesentry.com and indicate the date of your event in the reference line. More...

Committee: Restore two-way traffic in Knightville

SOUTH PORTLAND — After 18 months of sometimes heated debate, an ad hoc committee will recommend a plan for parking in South Portland’s historic Knightville district that it calls, “the best, least-worst solution.”   More...

Cape seeks truce between bowhunters, residents

CAPE ELIZABETH — Complaints about bowhunters have prompted the town council to sponsor a public education effort on rules surrounding the sport, although it stopped short of moving to restrict the season here.  The issue was raised at a Ja More...

Letters

New Year is a time to reflect

To the editor: I often like to acknowledge those things for which I am grateful and having great people in our community is one of them. More...

Business Review

Local Dining

Entertaining Destinations

Sea Dog Brewing Company Maine Owned/ Maine Brewed   More...

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Introducing Leighton Farm Subdivision More...

People

Ann A. Kilgore

Ann A. Kilgore, 88, of Coach Road in South Portland, died peacefully Jan. More...