June 17, 2016 RSS feed / 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...

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...

Walking series begins June 24 at Hinckley

The South Portland Land Trust will host the first in a series of walks at Hinckley Park at 9 a.m. Friday, June 24. More...

Color Run comes to South Portland again

The Color Run will bring its 2016 tour theme, “The Color Run Tropicolor World Tour” to Bug Light Park and Southern Maine Community College 9 a.m. More...

SPHS, class of 2016

Top left, South Portland High School Class of 2016 celebrates by letting mortarboards fly immediately following the close of graduation ceremonies, Sunday, June 12, on the George E. 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...

2016 Summer Camp Guide

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

Be accepted to SMCC on the spot

Southern Maine Community College is holding three On-the-Spot Acceptance Days allowing prospective students to meet one-on-one with college representatives and complete the entire admissions process for the fall semester in a single visit.  More...

Dynamic fish duo to kick off reading program

The South Portland Public Library welcomes local marine educators, Mr. and Mrs. Fish, to kick off this year’s summer reading program at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 23 at at the main library. More...

Introducing: The Cape Elizabeth HS class of 2016

Top left, Cape Elizabeth High School Principal Jeffrey Shedd addresses the Class of 2016 during graduation ceremonies, Sunday, June 12, at Fort Williams Park, advising the 142 graduates on the need f More...