August 11, 2017 RSS feed / Community

Patrons can check out at other libraries under plan

Through a recent agreement between five area libraries, whether looking for a new non-fiction book at Thomas Memorial Library in Cape Elizabeth, a murder mystery from Baxter Memorial Library in Gorham, a science fiction book at Scarborough Public Lib More...

B2B = camaraderie

Top, the Cape Elizabeth Girls Cross Country Team participated in this year’s Beach to Beacon together. More...

Fast finish

Stephen Kosgei-Kibet of Kenya crosses the finish line of the Beach to Beacon just second before Ben True, North Yarmouth native and winner of last year’s race. More...

A Window on the Past

Donation of photos benefits historical society

We were so pleased to be visited by Cindy DeCapua, who came in this past week with some old snapshots that she had in an album from the 1960s. More...

Library to celebrate summer reading

South Portland Public Library will hold a celebratory ice cream social 1 to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 12 at the Main Library. It will be the library’s final event for the 2017 Summer Reading Program. More...

Officials make call on Brown’s Hill Cemetery

SOUTH PORTLAND – Following a title search, South Portland officials have determined that it does not own the Brown’s Hill Cemetery at the corner of Broadway and Church Street, but will nonetheless continue maintenance of the site through More...

South Portland to push use of heat pumps

SOUTH PORTLAND — In hopes of spurring residents to eschew fossil fuels for other forms of home heating, South Portland will team up with Portland, Scarborough and Falmouth to sponsor the “Casco Heat Pump Challenge.” More...

The Best

Above, Kenyan Stephen Kosgei Kibet held off Maine native and defending champion Ben True to claim the men’s title on Saturday at the 20th running of the Beach to Beacon. More...

Winning ways

Above, winners of the women’s elite group were second place, Purity Rionoripo left; first place, center, Mary Keitany, and third place Meseret Defar-Tola. More...

Couple returns to teach Broadway

A Broadway Performing Arts Program will begin Sept. 19 and run 12 weeks. Cost is $275 for residents, or $285 for non-residents. Online registration begins Aug. 28 and walk-in, resident only registration begins Aug. 30. More...