October 13, 2017 RSS feed / Community

Potential Fort Williams Park manager could be mid-year hire

CAPE ELIZABETH – As the use of Fort Williams Park continues to grow, town staff, councilors and members of the Fort Williams Park Committee have begun thinking about making changes about how the popular seaside park in managed. More...

A Window on the Past

Historical items from South Portland Police Department sought

Last December, we ran a photo in the Sentry showing South Portland police officer Nate Snow in his parade uniform, and had asked readers to help us locate more history of the South Portland Police Department. More...

Parking installed for wounded military

Southern Maine Community College is paying tribute to military veterans by reserving designated parking spaces specifically for veterans who have been wounded in combat. More...

Flower power

South Portland Daisy Troop 34 visited South Portland Nursing home recently. More...

Race for open space

Former Cape Elizabeth resident, Grady Jackson, now of Somerville, Massachusetts crosses the finish line to win the Bug Light 5K with a net time of 16 minutes, 59 seconds. More...

In the Know

DONE DEAL — According to South Portland Public Works Director Doug Howard, the new $15.7 million highway garage on Highland Avenue, which also will house the public transportation and parks and recreation departments, is “basically done.& More...

Students help people, pets impacted by hurricane

SOUTH PORTLAND – Students at Holy Cross School in South Portland have concluded a three-week relief effort to help victims of Hurricane Harvey, and the act of turned out even better than Principal Christine L’AbbĂ© could have dreamed.  More...