January 13, 2017 RSS feed / Community

Schools launch violence prevention training

SCARBOROUGH – Derogatory comments about women from one of the Presidential candidates was front and center in this season’s election coverage and through a partnership with Maine Boys to Men, Scarborough schools are instituting a program More...

Little League sign up is soon

South Portland National Little League will hold its 2017 in-person player registrations at the Boys and Girls Club, 169 Broadway in South Portland, on the following dates:   Friday, Jan. 20: 4 to 7 p.m.; Friday, Jan. More...

Schedule audition to perform in Tri City Chorus

Tri City Community Chorus invites any singers interested in participating in a vocal screening for all voice parts to an event Monday, Jan. More...

Southern Maine church offers MLK day help

SACO – First Parish Congregational Church in Saco will offer health screening and personal care services Monday, Jan. 16, in celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. day. More...

Senator announces DOT projects within district

Democratic Sen. Rebecca Millett of Cape Elizabeth shared details of Maine’s three-year transportation infrastructure work plan, and what it means for South Portland, Cape Elizabeth and Scarborough. More...

A Window on the Past

Before there was Red’s

Most of us who have grown up in South Portland have enjoyed many an ice cream cone at Red’s Dairy Freeze. It’s a local landmark that closes for a few months in winter, but which many kids and adults eagerly await reopening each spring. More...

Vote makes for happy clammers

There may be more activity on the clam flats of Scarborough this year after the town council voted last week to increase the number of clammers allowed to harvest the local stock.  More...