February 3, 2017 RSS feed / Community

Winter fun

Top left, Maizie Savage, age 7, of South Portland, gets help from Rotarian Phil Dube during the ice hockey clinic put on by members of the South Portland-Cape Elizabeth Rotary Club at the 2017 South More...

Author of book series to speak at library

South Portland Public Library will host author Mary Lawrence for a book talk and signing at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11. Lawrence is the author of the Bianca Goddard mysteries, an historical fiction series set in Tudor England.   More...

Senator develops bills for college aid

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Love songs are center of next concert

Celebrate Valentine’s Day early with an evening of most requested love songs performed by Susie Pepper and Kelly Muse at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, at South Portland Public Library. More...

Photos

Tony Wagner, left, and Ray Healey, both of Cape Elizabeth, chow down, finishing fourth and third, respectively, in the hot wing eating competition South Portland Winterfest. More...

Holy Cross uses Catholic Schools Week to help others

For nearly two years, the kindness and generosity of the Holy Cross School community has answered prayers from families more than 8,000 miles away in Tsholotsho, Zimbabwe.  More...

Manager milestone

Although it was second out of the gate in needing to find a new town manager, Cape Elizabeth beat South Portland in filling its big chair, as Town Clerk Debra Lane, right, swore in former tax assesso More...

Paint for Preservation seeks artist

Cape Elizabeth Land Trust has begun accepting artist submissions for Paint for Preservation 2017, the organization’s 10th annual juried wet paint auction. More...

A Window on the Past

Willard School, in the beginning

This week’s “Window on the Past” is a glimpse of life in South Portland – 150 years ago. Our city, a town back then, was called Cape Elizabeth, but kids would walk down the same streets that we do now. More...