June 8, 2018 RSS feed / Community

Fate of Main Street motels remains in flux

SOUTH PORTLAND — In a May 29 interview at the Knights Inn, motel owner Kantilal Patel was asked what he and his wife might do if the South Portland City Council’s refusal to renew his lodging license should withstand a court challenge. More...

Family Fun Day is June 16

Cape Elizabeth Family Fun Day is set for Saturday, June 16, at Fort Williams Park. The rain date June 17.  The daylong event will feature food, traditional toss games, train rides, a bungee jump, inflatable obstacle course and petting zoo.  More...

African drummer to perform

South Portland Public Library will kick off its 2018 Libraries Rock Summer Reading Program with a visit from drummer Annegret Baier. Baier will demonstrate a variety of rhythm instruments rooted in West African music at 10:30 a.m. More...

Summer Heat is coming

It’s an all-day robotics extravaganza featuring high school teams from across New England, hosted by the South Portland Riot Crew, squaring off from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, July 14, in the South Portland High School gym.  More...

Choro Louco to perform at library

South Portland Public Library will conclude its After Hours concert series with a performance of Brazilian music by Choro Louco at 7 p.m. Saturday, June 9 at 482 Broadway.  More...

Sign up for B2B High School Mile

Applications are now being taken for the Beach to Beacon High School Mile, an event for top young runners from across Maine who want to compete against their peers on Aug. 3 in Cape Elizabeth.  More...

A Window on the Past

Turnpike construction led to changes in South Portland

When the first section of the Maine Turnpike opened in December 1947, the highway covered just the southern part of Maine, from Kittery up to Portland. More...