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In the News

New businesses announced At the May 2 South Portland City Council meeting, City Manger Jim Gailey read off a string of 10 business that either opened or expended operations during April. More...

In the Know

DRONE WARS — According to South Portland Mayor Tom Blake, a plan to regulate so-called aerial drones is working its way through city hall. Blake said at the May 2 city council meeting that a resident raised the issue in an email.  More...

Concert to feature Brazilian music

The South Portland Public Library’s next After Hours concert will feature Choro Louco at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 7 at 7:00 p.m. at the main location.  More...

Maine Lithuanians open chapter

When reflecting on the many immigrant communities in Maine, it’s not often that Lithuania is the country of origin that leaps to many minds.  More...

Yaz Towing denied curb cut for proposed business

SOUTH PORTLAND — For the second time in less than two months, the South Portland City Council has exercised its rarely used power to sit in a judicial capacity, and for the second time it has ruled against the same small business, Yaz Towing.&n More...

Letters

Column wasn’t fair or identified

To the editor: I am writing regarding the April 22 Sentry column, “My Side of the Bridge,” by Don Russell. More...

Neighborhood shouldn’t be referred to as ‘ghetto’

To the editor: Last month the South Portland Planning Board held a public hearing on a proposed market rate residential development in the Brick Hill neighborhood More...

Mom would like phone back

To the editor:   To the woman who “borrowed” my cell phone:  At about 11:50 a.m. on May 1, we were at Wendy’s on Maine Mall Road. More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

Friday, May 6   Baked haddock supper, 5 to 6:15 p.m., St. Maximilian Kolbe Church, Black Point Road, Scarborough. Sponsored by Knights of Columbus No. 8144, formerly of St. John’s in South Portland. Benefits Pro-Life. More...