July 1, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

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South Portland promotes deputy fire chief

SOUTH PORTLAND — Almost a year after the resignation of its fire chief, South Portland has a new man under the big white helmet.  More...

Civil rights complaint filed against South Portland

SOUTH PORTLAND — A city councilor’s unsuccessful nomination of a minority woman to the South Portland Civil Service Commission last March is the apparent subject of a civil rights complaint just filed against the city.  More...

Shilla’s Table to raise funds for Uganda

Spend an evening with Shilla Adyero, a P.E.O. More...

New marina restaurant approved

Lease deal for Port Harbor Marine property near

SOUTH PORTLAND — A new restaurant, indeed a new building, is on the way, replacing Joe’s Boathouse, a popular restaurant at Spring Point Marina in South Portland that closed in November after 23 years in business.  More...

Council picks interim city manager

SOUTH PORTLAND — After fielding a host of process options for replacing outgoing City Manager Jim Gailey, the city council agreed Monday to offer the reins of city hall to former Brunswick Town Manager Don Gerrish on an interim basis, and to hi More...

Letters

Why doesn’t city direct money to other places?

To the editor:   Of all the places that don’t need a facelift in South Portland, Western Avenue is one of them. They just widened that road and the entrances to businesses there. More...

Donations for Tri were much appreciated

To the editor:  I would like to publicly thank Rudy’s of the Cape as   More...

Knightville parking should be decided by voters

To the editor:   More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

Saturday, July 2   Instructional knitting, with Kathie Tolliver, 9:30 to 11 a.m., Cancer Community Center, 778 Main St., South Portland. Start something new or bring a project. Yarn and needles available.  More...