August 12, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

News Updates

Health & Medical

Off to the races

Cheered on by an enthusiastic crowd and running in humidity that made for a more challenging course than usual, runners including Pete Bottomley, 50, of Cape Elizabeth (#50), Mathieu Maltais, 29, of More...

City pushes for no-penalty pesticide ban

SOUTH PORTLAND — Before a capacity crowd that hung through nearly four hours of debate — enough to render interim City Manager Don Gerrish droopy-eyed — the South Portland City Council pushed forward an ordinance designed to ban the More...

Cape council makes plea for public input

CAPE ELIZABETH — Anyone wanting to have their say on what goes on in Cape Elizabeth will not be able to say one month from now that they haven’t been given the chance. More...

Letters

Realtor appreciates and recognizes struggle

To the editor: I was so pleased you were brave enough to print the whole letter from Chriss Sutherland in last week’s Sentry. More...

Trump supporters nasty; good thing councilor went

To the editor:   On Thursday, Aug. More...

Community

SMCC gets sizeable scholarship money

The Southern Maine Community College Foundation has received two sizeable donations toward scholarships in support of student success. More...

New Housing Authority building opens

The South Portland Housing Authority held a grand opening for the newly built and fully occupied Ridgeland Gardens on Monday, July 25. Residents, staff, construction and financial partners gathered with local officials and other guests to celebrate. More...

Eagle Scout completes project at Cape preserve

Cape Elizabeth High School student Caleb Zenner, a member of Cape Elizabeth Boy Scout Troop 30, completed his Eagle Scout project with help from fellow Scouts and their parents, friend and family. More...