March 30, 2018 RSS feed / Community

‘One badass boat’

One of the main attractions at last week’s Maine Boat Show in Portland has been docked at Port Harbor Marine in South Portland this week, drawing much attention preparatory to shipment back to More...

Happiness

Lynch Chiropractic Arts Center in South Portland celebrated International Day of Happiness Tuesday, March 20 at its practice on Broadway. More...

Community invited to shred documents

Safely dispose of sensitive documents at Community Shredding Day 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, April 28. More...

Spring brings outdoor events

A “Vernal Pool Walk” with Maine Coast Heritage Trust will be held 8 to 11 a.m. Saturday, April 14 at Clifford Park, 150 Pool St., Biddeford. Sue Bickford of the Wells Preserve will lead the talk.  More...

Honor Roll

South Portland High School announces honors

Grade 12, quarter one   High honors: Lilliana Brandao, Tyler Hansen, Grace Hartley, Jenna Miller, Max Rooker, Daniel Souza, Owen Sullivan, Jack Vose-Gimbel, Alexis Watson and Sarah Weden.   More...

Mainely Media, other papers sold to RFB Enterprises

RFB Enterprises will acquire Sample News Group publications in Maine including The Times Record (Brunswick), Journal Tribune (Biddeford) and the Mainely Media weekly publications.  The Maine publications of the Sample News Group will become part More...

Mission complete

Fire officer academy graduates 18 students

Eighteen Maine firefighters have completed training and graduated from the Maine Fire Service Institute’s Officer Training Academy to prepare them for leadership roles at fire departments across the state.  More...

‘42nd Street’ begins April 13

Lyric Music Theater, 176 Sawyer St., South Portland, will stage “42nd Street,” April 13-29, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m., Sundays at 2:30 p.m. and an ASL interpreted performance April 14.  More...

Show time

Andrew Carney as Billy Lawlor and Heather Stevens as Peggy Sawyer in Lyric Music Theater’s “42nd Street.” (Linwood Leland courtesy photo) More...

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Maine’s only program for human trafficking victims lacks money

BIDDEFORD – A few years ago, a group from St. More...