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Councilor: City not obeying its own laws

SOUTH PORTLAND – Behind the scenes wrangling over parliamentary procedure has apparently cost the South Portland School District a $30,000 budget bump, designed to cover a shortfall the school board had planned to broach by selling billboard sp More...

School budget called ‘dishonest’ by city resident

SOUTH PORTLAND — Although South Portland does not experience anything like the organized outrage to annual school spending increases seen in neighboring Scarborough, one man is still trying to secure a no vote at the June 14 budget validation v More...

Sustainable SoPo

Food. Waste. Consider it.

Food. We all eat food. In fact, our very lives depend on this stuff. Have you ever wondered what goes into producing this food? How about wasted food? It’s a sure bet that most of us are hardly aware of how much perfectly good food we toss. More...

Parking problems still plague Knightville neighborhood

SOUTH PORTLAND — Sometimes, change takes a little getting used to. More...

Letters

Reader takes on columnist

To the editor: I am writing regarding the May 20 Sentry column, “My Side of the Bridge,” by Don Russell. I was a little troubled to see that I was called out by Mr. Russell in his column and wanted to respond. More...

Expert: Don’t advertise

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SoPo sells signs, not souls

To the editor:   I would like to take this opportunity to respond to the June 3 article in The Sentry concerning the school department’s plan to close the gap in the athletic budget by selling advertising at the football stadium and gym.&n More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

Saturday, June 11   Clean up/bottle drive, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., The Hub, 584 Westbrook St., South Portland. All money raised goes to Redbank Teen Center.  More...