March 23, 2018 RSS feed / Community

Rental issue postponed until April meeting

SOUTH PORTLAND — A months-long, often acrimonious fight over property rights in South Portland, which has degenerated at times into bitter name calling, sidewalk confrontations and at least one restraining order, is now set to enter a new phase More...

Cape decides on Fort Williams vendor sites

CAPE ELIZABETH – A new food vendor will be at Fort William Park this year following a March 12 town council decision to create a 90-square-foot vendor site on the north side of Capt. Strout Circle.  More...

Cape wins eco award for foam, plastic ban

The Cape Elizabeth Recycling Committee has been honored by ecomaine, the regional recycling and trash-to-energy organization, with a 2018 eco-Excellence award.  More...

SPHS takes honors at music festival

The Maine High School Instrumental Jazz Festival, hosted by Nokomis High School on March 16 and 17, brought schools from across the state to a twoday festival of music and competition. More...

Lucky Pup Rescue

Lucy is about 18 months old and is listed as a pointer mix, but there could be some hound in her. She’s a great medium size at about 50 pounds. Everyone who meets her absolutely loves Lucy. More...

A Window on the Past

Daylight saving

By now I hope you are on the road to recovery from the change to daylight saving time. For those who travel a lot, the time change is probably easy as pie but here in the Skelton home, we are still suffering from that lost hour. More...

School tapped to house society

CAPE ELIZABETH – The Cape Elizabeth Historical Preservation Society is the last group left standing in an effort to find an occupant for the former Spurwink School, located next to Thomas Memorial Library on Scott Dyer Road.  More...

Cancer center to host documentary

In collaboration with Hospice of Southern Maine, Cancer Community Center will host a screening of the Frontline documentary, “Being Mortal” at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, April 5. More...

Day One receives grants from United Way

Day One, with headquarters in South Portland, announced that it has been awarded two one-year grants from the United Way of York County. More...

South Portland resident shares lead in ballet

Maine State Ballet takes you down the rabbit hole this spring with a threeweek run of the comic ballet, “Alice in Wonderland, March 23 through April 8, at Maine State Ballet’s Lopez Theater.  More...

Ice cream time

Dora Small Elementary School student Lucian Lerose, 9, and his dog, Jude, share an ice cream during a storm last week at Red’s Dairy Freeze on Cottage Road in South Portland. More...

SUMMER CAMP GUIDE 2018

Portland Yacht Club   More...