September 16, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

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Community

Resignation churns up housing committee

SOUTH PORTLAND — When South Portland’s ad hoc affordable housing committee meets next, it will have to do so without the man who inspired its formation, Knightville resident Christopher Kessler.  More...

Public invited to boat launch

Aucocisco School and Learning Center in Cape Elizabeth will participate in its 20th year of Coastal Cleanup Day Wednesday, Sept. 21. More...

Pantry to try pilot program

The South Portland Food Cupboard is conducting a pilot program on Wednesday evenings aimed at the men and women who work full time and cannot access Thursday mornings sharing events. More...

Raise the roof

UPS employee Kevin Fitzpatrick, 50, of Scarborough, spent the week of Sept. More...

Local ballots set

SOUTH PORTLAND/CAPE ELIZABETH – Final deadlines have passed, petitions have been certified and residents will know who will appear on local ballots come November.  More...

Letters

Letter writer is clearly liberal minded

To the editor:   More...

What’s happening to our city government?

To the editor:  Is representative democracy in South Portland becoming   More...

Health & Medical

SEPTEMBER is... National Food & Safety Month

Clean produce properly to avoid contaminants   The demand for fresh produce has increased in recent years as more people are turning to fresh fruits and vegetables for their nutritional value. More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

Saturday, Sept. 17   Dan Schall concert, 6 p.m., Thornton Heights United Methodist Church, 100 Westbrook St., South Portland. Schall shares his music ministry in cities throughout the eastern U.S. FMI, call 774- 0487.  More...