February 26, 2016 RSS feed / Community

Firefighter raising money for foundation

Matt Cox of the South Portland Fire Department is raising money for the Martin Richard Foundation. Martin was the 8-year-old boy killed at the Boston Marathon bombing. More...

Library to collect supplies for animals

The South Portland Public Library is holding a supply drive to assist Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland from Sunday, Feb. 21, through Saturday, March 5. More...

A Window on the Past

Then and Now: 52 Ocean St.

We’re taking a look a little farther down Ocean Street this week, at the building that stands at 52 Ocean St. More...

SPHS to present ‘Pippin’ under new director

South Portland High School presents “Pippin,” performed at the South Portland High School Auditorium for two weekends, beginning April 1.  More...

Hannaford to give away bags

Hannaford Supermarkets in South Portland will distribute free, reusable shopping bags during the last week of February, in advance of the city’s new fee on single-use bags.  More...

Officials want to put an end to breast cancer

Rep. Kevin Battle (R-South Portland) partnered with the National Breast Cancer Coalition to gain public endorsements for an initiative called “Deadline 2020.” This is a national grassroots movement seeking to end breast cancer by Jan. More...

Young parishioners collect money

Thanks to the efforts of hundreds of young Catholics in Maine, local soup kitchens, food banks, and food pantries were big winners on Super Bowl Weekend (Feb. 6-7).  More...

Working together

First Lady Ann LePage, Rep. Kevin Battle of South Portland, Laurel Bezanson Maine’s Field Coordinator for the National Breast Cancer Coalition and Gov. More...

Charitable foundation announces beneficiary

The TD Charitable Foundation, the charitable giving arm of TD Bank, announced that My Place Teen Center, a free, year-round, after-school youth development program for children at-risk in greater Portland, has been selected as beneficiary of this yea More...

Club to honor Maine veterans who died Since Sept. 11

The Summit Project will hold a tribute march Saturday, Feb. 27, hosted by Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Maine’s South Portland Clubhouse. More...