July 28, 2017 RSS feed / Community

Tri draws thousands

Alyson Bean, 45, of South Portland, takes a moment to change into appropriate footwear and she transitions from the 1.3-mile swim the 15-mile bike leg of the 10th annual Tri for a Cure, held Sunday, More...

Jetport unveils gallery in terminal building

The Portland International Jetport announced the grand opening of “The Gallery,” a new space that will allow passengers to immerse themselves in local art while arriving or departing from PWM. More...

Runners, learn healthy techniques

A range of health topics for runners, including maximizing performance during running and stress related injuries, will be discussed as part of a Sports Medicine Symposium on Thursday, Aug. 3 in Portland.  More...

Chorus to audition singers

Tri City Community Chorus invites any singers interested in joining, to a vocal screening for all voice parts Monday, Aug. 21.   It will be at the Masonic Hall, third floor of the Saco & Biddeford Savings Institution, 252 Main St., Saco. More...

Museum seeks volunteers

Saco Museum is looking for enthusiastic people interested in learning to teach museum programs, both at the museum and in the classrooms at CK Burns School. More...

Lucky Pup Rescue

Georgia and Gracelyn are 3-year-old sisters who are coming back to Lucky Pup Rescue because they can not get along with the older dog in their home. More...

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Tri-ing to get wetsuits off

Some of the 1,300 entrants in the Tri for a Cure get help from event volunteers doffing wetsuits as they transition from the swim to the 15-mile bike during the 10th running of the all-female event, More...

Suspect arrested in Ferry Village burglaries

Stolen items include firearm of Cape Elizabeth police officer

SOUTH PORTLAND — While an arrest has been made in a string of seven home burglaries in South Portland’s Ferry Village neighborhood, stolen items still unrecovered include the service revolver of a part-time Cape Elizabeth police officer. More...

Bishop encourages youth to take survey

Pope Francis announced that a Synod of Bishops with the theme “Youth, Faith, and Vocational Discernment” will be held in October 2018. More...

Land trust event raises thousands

The Cape Elizabeth Land Trust’s 10th annual Paint for Preservation auction was held July 9 where a few hundred supporters, more than 70 volunteers, and 30 award-winning artists gathered to raise more than $75,000 toward conserving and caring fo More...

Calvary to be overseen by new entity

The Diocese of Portland announced that it has signed a management services contract with Catholic Management Services, a nonprofit organization that specializes in providing business planning and professional services to revitalize cemetery operation More...

Volunteers sought

Scarborough Land Trust is holding three different volunteer work parties every week to help build more trails at Pleasant Hill Preserve. More...

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Four South Portland Red Riots endured a seven-hour black belt test last month in Shotokan Karate at Dragon Fire Martial Arts. More...

Breaking ground

Breaking ground July 18 on a 1.2-megawatt solar array to be built atop South Portland’s capped city landfill, behind the public works complex at 929 Highland Avenue, are, from left, Director of More...

Victorious

Above, swimmers in pink caps denoting their status as members of a relay team with at least one cancer survivor on the roster, runners launch themselves into the water at Spring Point in South Portla More...