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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...

City moves to create elder advocacy group

SOUTH PORTLAND — It was about two years ago, South Portland City Councilor Maxine Beecher said, when her eyes were truly opened to the needs of some senior citizens in the area.  More...

Shoreline access: opinions, habits sought

CAPE ELIZABETH – Cape Elizabeth is known to many for its scenic coastline, but members of the newly formed Harbors Committee want to know how the public accesses that shoreline and how the town may better that access in the future.  More...

Community

Saturday, in the park

Left, Yuxi Zhang, 8, was visiting For Williams from Cranford, New Jersey. Below, Sabrina Lamb from Portland, is a student at Maine College of Art (MECA). (Kathryn Robichau photos) More...

Feeling hidden in plain sight

Odd Fellows in South Portland look to recruit new members to their ranks

SOUTH PORTLAND — Since a 2014 move to Brown’s Hill in South Portland, where it took over the former First United Methodist Church building, Unity Lodge No. 3 of the International Order of Odd Fellows has hoped to make its presence known. More...

South Portland to rezone Meeting House Hill area

SOUTH PORTLAND — When South Portland’s comprehensive plan was finalized in 2012, it envisioned a re-emergence of the city’s historic neighborhood centers, with a variety of commercial hubs within easy walking distance of area homes. More...