April 27, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Letters

Candidate will listen

To the editor:   I’m writing to support state legislative candidate Richard Rottkov of South Portland in the June 12 primary election. Richard, a lifelong Democrat, is ready to represent District 32 in the statehouse. More...

Want to save the planet?

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Former mayor endorses

To the editor:   I’m urging all South Portland and Cape Elizabeth District 32 Democrats to vote for Richard Rottkov on June 12. More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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City to relax rental rules

SOUTH PORTLAND — In the wake of a citizens petition that forced city leaders to pull recently enacted restrictions on home rentals or face a referendum on the topic, the council has signaled a willingness to ease up on some of those rules. More...

Community

In the Know

TRAIL OPENS – The town of Cape Elizabeth Greenbelt Trails are now open to all users. Earlier in the month trails were open to only pedestrian traffic to allow surfaces to dry and avoid damage during the traditional wet spring season.   More...

Museum opens for season

The South Portland Historical Society is opening its Cushing’s Point Museum at Bug Light Park on Saturday, April 28. Exhibits have been added and updated for the 2018 season and we encourage residents to come down for a visit. More...

Artwork on display

Students graduating from Southern Maine Community College’s art program are exhibiting their artwork at a Cape Elizabeth gallery.  More...