November 18, 2016 RSS feed / Community

City back to drawing board on city manager search

SOUTH PORTLAND — Less than 38 hours after South Portland Mayor Tom Blake announced the city council’s selection for a new manager at the Nov. 7 council meeting, that candidate, Edward Collins of Lehi, Utah, declined the job offer.  More...

A Window on the Past

Some Liberty ships came to an end in South Portland

Because of the significant role that America played in World   More...

Part of proceeds from artist sales to go to Camp Sunshine

Chaya Studio Jewelry will hold the fourth annual Holiday Benefit, Art Show, Artist Reception and Customer Party from Saturday, Nov. 26, through Saturday, Dec. 24. The shop is open daily, 9:30 a.m. More...

Walking tour for hunger visits South Portland

The Maine Credit Unions’ Campaign for Ending Hunger, which has raised and distributed more than $6.5 million to help end hunger in Maine since 1990, has again partnered with Brenda Davis, one of the state’s leading ending hunger advocates More...

An honor

Timothy Small, a member of the South Portland High School class of 2017, earned his Eagle Scout award, the highest rank in Boy Scouts of America. More...

Lucky Pup Rescue

It’s heartbreaking when a dog has had a tough past and it has made it too difficult for them to live with other animals. Crosby is one of those dogs. More...

Parishioners help to keep public warm through weatherization

At one table, a parishioner applies double-stick tape on a window. Several others measure and lay polyolefin, a material used in structural plastics, to a different window nearby. More...

Santas to ‘hustle’ through Maine Mall for good cause

Santa Hustle New England 5K & Half Marathon presented by Bon-Ton is partnering with Easter Seals Maine, the official 2016 beneficiary charity for the event, which will be held at 7 a.m. Sunday, Dec. More...

Cape taps interim manager

CAPE ELIZABETH — With the search on to place Cape Elizabeth Town Manager Michael McGovern, who will retire Dec. More...