June 17, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

News Updates

Business Review

Celebrating Local Businesses

Bayley’s Lobster Pound  Generations Providing Quality Seafood   More...

Health & Medical

TOTAL well-being

JUNE is... Men's Health Month

Men’s Health Screening   More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

Friday, June 17   Portland Harbor Water Taxi open house, 5:30 to 7 p.m., Thomas Knight Park, 1 Ocean St., South Portland. Dock under the bridge. Park clean up.  Saturday, June 18   More...

City council declines to discuss Fairchild sale

SOUTH PORTLAND — Rumors that have run rampant since April when Gov. More...

Cape can’t move ‘affordable’ units

CAPE ELIZABETH – The town council wants to reserve condo units for sale to low-income residents; it just doesn’t want to be the party in charge of selling those homes. More...

Budgets pass: What it means for taxes

In school budget validation voting Tuesday, spending plans for the coming fiscal year won the approval of taxpayers by wide margins in both South Portland and Cape Elizabeth.  In South Portland, about 7 percent of registered voters weighed in, g More...

Letters

Let us consider our city’s smallest residents

To the editor:   Some of us may have noticed the bee safe yard signs here and there in South Portland. More...

Republican politics in 2016: Do your civic duty by voting

To the editor:   “You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink.”  More...

A modest proposal: How far will endorsements make us go?

To the editor:   More...

Community

Councilors meet to discuss personnel after resignation

SOUTH PORTLAND – South Portland City Manager Jim Gailey tendered his resignation on Wednesday, June 8, to take the job of assistant manager for Cumberland County.  More...

Historical society’s annual auction kicks off Saturday

The 10th annual Summer in Maine Auction, The South Portland Historical Society’s major fundraiser, will open Saturday, June 18. More...

My side of the bridge

SoPo city manager’s resignation is telling

In Las Vegas, they simply call it, “the tell.” It is when a poker player provides to others at the table an unintended habit or tip off in their own betting or playing pattern.  More...