November 25, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

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Goodbye, fall

The last vestiges of autumn are reflected in South Portland's Mill Creek Pond Nov. More...

Rights of city employee may finally get settled

SOUTH PORTLAND — Nearly three years after a court-ordered settlement in a case that took three years to play through the legal system, South Portland school board member Karen Callaghan is still waiting for the city council to do as ordered by More...

Students help Africa children have clean water

Since early last year, the kindness and generosity of students at Holy Cross School in South Portland and All Saints School in Bangor have helped pave the way for families in Zimbabwe to afford their children’s tuition fees at Ngamo Primary Sch More...

Councils choose new leaders

SOUTH PORTLAND/CAPE ELIZABETH  – The South Portland City Council and the Cape Elizabeth Town Council have each settled on leadership for the coming year, choosing Patti Smith as mayor and Jamie Garvin as council chairman, respectively. More...

South Portland moves on marijuana moratorium

SOUTH PORTLAND — In the wake of a statewide vote to legalize recreational use of marijuana, the South Portland City Council has moved to adopt a moratorium on the licensing of any retail sales. More...

Letters

Residents are already footing the bill for lawsuit

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Reader says letter contained inaccuracies

To the editor:   I am writing in response to Kandi-Lee Hoy’s somewhat inaccurate letter to the editor last week.  More...

Reader will give to legal fund

To the editor:   Like many South Portland residents, I have donated money to defend the Clear Skies Ordinance. More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

The Sentry accepts calendar listings from nonprofit organizations. Submissions must be received 10 days prior to publication. Please email your listing to editor@inthesentry.com and indicate the date of your event in the reference line. More...