August 26, 2016 RSS feed / Community

My side of the bridge

Bob Marley is still right

Bob Marley, the famous reggae singer, not the Maine comedian, was right then and is still right now about weed. Legalize it. I offer a large addendum though – leverage it. More...

Cape Elizabeth town manager calls it a career

CAPE ELIZABETH — After nearly 40 years with the town, and 31 as its top administrative official, Cape Elizabeth Town Manager Michael McGovern has announced he will step down at year’s end.  More...

Hobbs donates to veterans efforts

The South Portland/Cape Elizabeth Rotary Club recently received a $500 donation from the Hobbs Funeral Homes. More...

Area Rotary Club announces new president

Bill Anderson of South Portland has been elected president of the South Portland/Cape Elizabeth Rotary Club for the 20016-2017 year.  Anderson took over the helm on July 1 and will serve for one year, succeeding Scott Irving.  More...

UNE and YCCC sign agreement for seamless transfer of students

The University of New England and York County Community College formed a partnership on Aug. More...

Grief workshop begins next month

A grief support group will be held 6 to 7 p.m. Sept. 14 through Oct. More...

Driving course for seniors is in September

The South Portland/Cape Elizabeth TRIAD will host an AARP Smart Driver Class for seniors older than 50. The class will be held 9 am. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10 at Cape Elizabeth Fire Department, 2 Jordan Way.  More...

Learn about electric cars in South Portland

A free National Drive Electric Week plug-in vehicle expo will be held noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 11 at South Portland Community Center, 21 Nelson Road, South Portland.  More...

Schools form partnership

The presidents of Southern Maine Community College and the University of Southern Maine have forged an even stronger partnership to benefit students at both institutions. More...

Diocese grateful for local work done by inmates

As an inmate repairs a cracked brick at the entrance of Calvary Cemetery in South Portland, a sense of accomplishment can be seen on his face. A task has been completed, and a chance to give back to society has not gone wasted.  More...

A Window on the Past

High school football popular in years gone by

As summer winds down, we are already hearing the sound of coaches’ whistles blowing from the fields around the high school – the fall sports preseason is well underway. More...