January 27, 2017 RSS feed / Community

School board seat opens up in South Portland

SOUTH PORTLAND — For the second time in four months, a resignation has opened up a seat on the South Portland Board of Education.  This time, it’s the District 4 seat held by Libby Reynolds, elected to her first term in November 2015 More...

Rotary donates to libraries in South Portland and Cape

The Rotary Club of South Portland/Cape Elizabeth has donated $1,000 to two local public libraries for youth literacy programs. The club began the ongoing program in 2007.  More...

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App available to Good Shepherd Parish members

SACO – Good Shepherd Parish, along with other southern Maine parishes, has begun using a smartphone app with features that aim to help Catholics keep better connected with the parish.  According to Dave Guthro, communications director for More...

A Window on the Past

Train transport in greater Portland once a hub

As a result of last week’s column, I’ve had some interesting conversations about trains recently. More...

Beneficiary named in Beach to Beacon fundraising race

The TD Charitable Foundation, the charitable giving arm of TD Bank, announced that Let’s Go!, a nationally recognized childhood obesity prevention program based in Portland, has been chosen as beneficiary of this year’s TD Beach to Beacon More...

Mentors sought for Big Brothers Big Sisters

With January being National Mentoring month, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Maine would like to take this opportunity to salute many volunteer mentors, known as Big Brothers and Big Sisters, who help change childrens’ lives for the better More...

Organizations provide training for stylists in spotting cancer

Sisters Christy Legere and Kelly Clark, owners of Magnolia’s Salon in Sanford, have seen a lot of heads in more than 20 years of styling hair. More...