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South Portland council meetings to change nights

SOUTH PORTLAND — In order to give themselves more time to digest information packets distributed on Friday afternoons for their regular business meetings and workshop sessions, the South Portland City Council will move its meetings days from Mo More...

Cold can’t stop them

Braving the cold and embracing winter's beauty, Todd Goodwin and his son, Jake Goodwin, 14, of South Portland, were snowshoeing at Crescent Beach State Park on Saturday, Dec. 30. More...

Cape author to speak at library

Maine author Richard Cass will be at South Portland Public Library Saturday, Jan. 13, at 2 p.m. to discuss his latest book, “In Solo Time: An Elder Darrow Mystery.” Cass will discuss his book and answer questions from the audience. More...

Fishermen want to grow oysters in Spurwink River

CAPE ELIZABETH – Two Scarborough residents and commercial fishermen are teaming up to see if a section of the Spurwink River between Higgins Beach in Scarborough and Sprague Corporation’s Ram Island Farm in Cape Elizabeth is prime for the More...

Collaboration?

Cape, Scarborough schools could form center

CAPE ELIZABETH — As a way to better offer education and services to its students, Cape Elizabeth has teamed up with the Scarborough School Department for a state application to form a regional service center.  More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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