October 27, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

Schools to adopt transgender policy

SOUTH PORTLAND — Following a first reading at its most recent meeting, the South Portland Board of Education is on track to adopt a policy to guide its handling of transgender students.  More...

News Updates

Community

Cape changes eligibility requirements for athletes

CAPE ELIZABETH – Cape Elizabeth has always prided itself on the strength of its athletic teams, but those athletes will now have to meet additional eligibility requirements if they want to continue playing on Capers sports teams.  More...

Youth invited to create scary stories

Young adults between the ages of 10 and 18 are invited to participate in a scary story writing workshop at the South Portland Public Library’s main location 3:30 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 28.  More...

Veteran’s Day parade scheduled

The South Portland War Veteran’s Memorial Association which is made up of Veteran’s of foreign Wars Post 832 and the American Legion Post 35 will hold a Veteran’s Day Parade Saturday, Nov. 11. More...

City coffers full

SOUTH PORTLAND — According to the latest quarterly investment report submitted to the South Portland City Council by city Finance Director Greg L’Heureux, as of the end of the previous fiscal year on June 30, South Portland had $60.96 mil More...

Council denies zone change

CAPE ELIZABETH – A business looking to move to 27 Fowler Road was denied a zoning change to do so after town officials feared it would set a dangerous precedent and impact the neighborhood surrounding it. More...

Four seek two empty seats on Cape council

With the two incumbents Patty Grennon and Kathy Ray not seeking election, Cape Elizabeth voters have a chance to elect two new faces to the town council. More...

Letters

Candidate respects different opinions

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Readers draws comparison between Trump and Hitler

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Candidate has what it takes

To the editor:   As a South Portland mom and active member of the community, I’ve had the privilege of getting to know Kate Lewis over the last three years, and I wholeheartedly support her run for City Council District 2.  More...

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Things to Do

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