February 12, 2016 RSS feed / Community

Grief support provided in South Portland

A grief support group starts Wednesday, March 2 and will be held 6 to 7:30 p.m. More...

Donations help pantry hold more food

Donations from two local credit unions will allow The South Portland Food Cupboard to enhance its capacity. Evergreen Credit Union recently donated $3,000 and Town & Country Federal Credit Union donated $2,000. More...

B2B board adds new members

The TD Beach to Beacon’s Board of Directors recently appointed four new members: Sheri Piers of Falmouth and Chandra Leister, George Fennell and Morgan Lake, all of Portland.  More...

South Portland approves sporting sponsorships

SOUTH PORTLAND — Expect to see something new on the field at high school sporting events in South Portland next year – advertising.  More...

Kindergarten registration begins next month

Open kindergarten registration for children who will be 5 years old on or before Oct. 15, will be held in South Portland elementary schools March 1 through March 31. More...

Friendly competition provides funds for African school

Students at Holy Cross School in South Portland developed some interesting new hobbies this winter, like searching under car seats, leaving no couch cushion unturned and cleaning out their piggy banks. More...

City resident joins board

Bangor Savings Bank approved the appointment of South Portland resident Sari Greene as a director of Bangor Savings Bank, the Bangor Savings Bank Foundation, and trustee of the bank’s parent company, Bangor Bancorp, MHC.  More...

A Window on the Past

Then and now: 112 Ocean St. in Knightville

Just next door to the building that we looked at last week, we see the large Thomas F. Devine Pharmacy building that used to be located at 112 Ocean St., at the intersection of E Street.  More...