November 10, 2017 RSS feed / Community

Cape comes together to respond to storm issues

CAPE ELIZABETH – Cape Elizabeth was hit hard early last week when a wind storm brought hurricane level winds to the state, knocking down trees and power lines, which closed street and left many without power for days,  More...

A Window on the Past

Red’s ornament to raise funds for historical society

South Portland Historical Society is pleased to announce the fourth in its series of holiday ornaments. More...

Students selected for all-state positions

The following South Portland High School students were selected to the 2018 Maine Music Educators Association Jazz All-State Music Recognition based on their audition performance: All-State Combo, Max SaffierMeng (trombone); All- State Honors Jazz Ba More...

An honor

Andrew Riley, a member of Boy Scout Troop 37 and a resident of South Portland, earned the honor of Eagle Scout, the highest rank that the Boy Scouts offer. More...

Thanksgiving dinner canceled

The abrupt closure of South Portland V.F.W. Post 832 in late September has forced cancellation of the annual Thanksgiving dinner staged there by South Portland Community Volunteers. More...

Volunteers needed at fort to protect trees

The Fort Williams Park Foundation, Cape Elizabeth Land Trust and town of Cape Elizabeth are seeking volunteers to help band trees during the weekend of Nov. More...

Walk in Cape raises thousands for cancer research

More than 1,500 people put one foot in front of the other at Fort Williams Park in Cape Elizabeth for the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk of Greater Portland. The annual three-mile walk took place Oct. 15. More...

Things to Do

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