June 10, 2016 RSS feed / Community

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...

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...

A Window on the Past

Historical society welcomes various requests

At the South Portland Historical Society, we frequently receive requests related to houses across the city. More...

Center offers summer workshops

The Cancer Community Center is offering four new Summer Wellness Workshop Series: Guided Meditation, Movement with Resistance, Summer Circuit Series and Principles of Qigong. All workshops focus on supporting people who are impacted by cancer.  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...

Adults to be read to in new program

The South Portland Public Library is introducing “Anthology,” the new story time group for adults. More...

Trust announces lighthouse openings

Spring Point Ledge Light Trust will open Spring Point Ledge Lighthouse to the public on weekends beginning June 18. The lighthouse will be open on Saturdays in June and on both Saturdays and Sundays beginning July 3. More...

2016 Summer Camp Guide

Farm Camp - Hands-in-the-dirt fun!   More...

B2B adds event for teens

The TD Beach to Beacon is adding a competitive high school mile event to race weekend this year that is expected to attract top high school runners from across Maine.  More...