July 6, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Letters

Cruelty exists all around

To the editor:   More...

Independent is right for job

To the editor:   I hope readers, when considering candidates for governor, will give extra consideration to candidate Terry Hayes, Independent.   More...

People

Edmund Hardy

Edmund (Ed) Elwood Hardy, 84, died suddenly on June 23, 2018 after a valiant struggle with multiple health problems.  Son of Elwood Raymond Hardy and Leah (Lufkin) Hardy, Ed grew up in Belfast, Maine. More...

On the water

Cape Elizabeth siblings Eliot Erickson, 17, and Aliza Erickson, 14, leave the public boat launch near Bug Light in South Portland, Monday, July 2, in the family’s 19-foot Seaway skiff, "Nirvell More...

Community

City councilors to get attorney access

SOUTH PORTLAND — It took several hours and created no small amount of apparent animosity, but the South Portland City Council has reached a compromise on its standing rules, which will now allow each member one hour per month of private consult More...

Park lease is renewed

Although embroiled in a lawsuit against Portland Pipe Line Corp., hinging on the relative danger of diluted bitumen, or “tar sands” oil, South Portland has been able to hook horns with the company on other matters.  More...

Mile-markers to be placed for B2B

Placement of mile marker signs along the 6.2-mile Beach to Beacon course – signaling the beginning of preparations for the Aug. More...