March 2, 2018 RSS feed / Community

Cape schools re-open after social media post, arrest

CAPE ELIZABETH – Cape Elizabeth schools are back in session this week after being closed Monday, Feb. 26 as school officials and police dealt with a concerning comments a high school student posted on Snapchat.  More...

Bluegrass band to perform

The South Portland Public Library welcomes the bluegrass band, Old Eleven, for the next After Hours at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 10 at the main library.  Old Eleven makes its brand of bluegrass music   More...

‘Ida LeClair’ to perform

Actress, author and storyteller Susan Poulin will read from and sign copies of her “self-help” humor books, “Finding Your Inner Moose: Ida LeClair’s Guide to Livin’ the Good Life” and “The Sweet Life: Ida LeC More...

Author to visit

Cape Elizabeth author Sandy Shapiro Hurt will be at the South Portland Public Library’s main location at 10:30 a.m. More...

South Portland names Officer of the Year

Chief Edward Googins announced that Officer Alfred Giusto has been named the South Portland Police Department’s 2017 Officer of the Year.  More...

Submissions being accepted for art auction

Cape Elizabeth Land Trust has begun accepting artist submissions for Paint for Preservation 2018, the organization’s 11th annual juried wet paint auction. More...

A Window on the Past

WW II Shipyard Housing: Mountain View Apartments

We recently received a fantastic piece of South Portland history, transferred to us from our friends at the Cape Elizabeth Historical Preservation Society. More...

Ice arena outlines plan to continue serving community

BIDDEFORD – The city will help the Biddeford Ice Arena borrow money for several long term projects that require immediate attention.  More...

Residents meet with officials to discuss drainage

CAPE ELIZABETH - Residents of the Beverly Terrace neighborhood met at town hall Monday, Feb. 26 to discuss solutions to the issue of standing water and groundwater flooding on their properties.  More...

Council may grant itself greater access to attorney

SOUTH PORTLAND — If a compromise proposal on access to legal services goes forward, South Portland City Councilors may soon be granted one hour per month, each, to consult privately with city attorney Sally Daggett. More...

Corrections

The name of the Southern Maine Community College Real Talk moderator quoted in the Feb. 23 story, “Something to talk about,” was misspelled. It is Dorcas Ngaliema.  More...

Cape students to preview one-act play

The Cape Elizabeth High School Theatre will stage a production of “The tragedy and triumph of Smike: A friendship wrought from misery,” in advance of its participation in the Maine Regional Drama Festival.  More...

B2B registration starts March 15

Runners who want to join the field for the 21st running of the TD Beach to Beacon 10K Road Race on Aug. More...

Evergreen CU expands

Evergreen Credit Union can now serve the financial needs of anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in York County. More...

Old Dogs, New Digs

Letty is a true survivor. Dumped and neglected at a busy shelter down south, this beautiful American bulldog mix was scheduled to be put down, but she survived the procedure. More...

Another Chance Animal Rescue

This stunningly beautiful feline is appropriately named Bella. She is 2 years old and an incredibly sweet and sassy girl who very much enjoys human interaction as long as it is on her terms. More...