January 19, 2018 RSS feed / Community

Cape names community service, parks director

CAPE ELIZABETH – The community lost a longtime public servant in November when Community Services Director Russell Packett died from cancer and while Town Manager Matt Sturgis said Packett’s death was “an unfortunate passing,” More...

Cape facilities fare well during extreme cold weather

CAPE ELIZABETH – While the artic blast temperatures earlier this month were not welcomed by many individuals, they also caused a series of concerns for local schools, who worried about how to deal with students waiting for the bus in sub-zero t More...

Community dialogue: The #MeToo movement

A free community dialogue will be held 6 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 25 at United Methodist Church, 280 Ocean House Road in Cape Elizabeth to address the issues of safety and equality raised by the #MeToo movement. More...

Is there a doctor in the Senate?

Sen. Rebecca Millett (D-Cape Elizabeth) welcomed Dr. Michael Barnes, also of Cape Elizabeth, to the Maine Senate as the Doctor of the Day for Jan. 11. More...

A pirate’s life for me

Top left, sophomore Toby Laber-Smith as Frederic and senior Elizabeth Foster, at right rehearse a scene Tuesday under the watchful gaze of cast mates Caroline Davis, Rachel Currie, Sara Axelrod and M More...

Cape to host ‘MeToo’ community dialogue

CAPE ELIZABETH – Last year will be remembered, in part, by the news of women and men speaking up about sexual assault, harassment and misconduct by countless famous individuals, many of which were in the position of authority and many of which More...

Library to host ‘Rise of Addictive Technology’

South Portland Public Library will host a discussion of the book, “Irresistible: The Rise of Addictive Technology and the Business of Keeping Us Hooked” by Adam Atler at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 24. More...

SMCC awards certificates to first class of Construction Institute

Southern Maine Community College has awarded Certificates of Readiness to the first students completing SMCC’s Construction Institute, a new program that provides Mainers a flexible pathway to advance their construction careers. More...

‘Pirates’ hits the stage Jan. 26 at South Portland HS

Sophomore Toby Laber-Smith, as Frederic, and Senior Elizabeth Foster, as Mabel, both at center, are surrounded by the cast of Gilbert and Sullivan’s “The Pirates of Penzance,” this More...