July 27, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Letters

Money buys signatures?

To the editor:   More...

Don’t sign the petition

To the editor:   “It’s a beautiful day in this neighborhood,  A beautiful day for a neighbor,  Would you be mine?  Could you be mine?”  More...

Neighborhood hotel?

To the editor:   Do you want to have a hotel with no management on the premises open up next to your home in a residential zone?  It’s a question residents of South Portland need to ask ourselves.  More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

The Sentry accepts calendar listings from nonprofit organizations. Submissions must be received 10 days prior to publication. Please email your listing to editor@inthesentry.com and indicate the date of your event in the reference line. More...

City tackles big issue of tiny homes

SOUTH PORTLAND — With affordable housing at an increasing premium, and sustainable lifestyles in vogue, South Portland is tackling the big issue of tiny homes.  District 3 Councilor Eben Rose requested a workshop on the topic more than a y More...

Photo

Sarah Mayberry, 36, of Portland, checks her time as she heads out for the first leg of the 11th annual Tri for a Cure triathlon, Sunday, July 22, in South Portland. More...

Community

Start me up

An early wave of participants in the 11th annual Tri for a Cure triathlon heads out into the water Sunday, July 22, at Spring Point in South Portland. More...

Stars and cars

Actor and Porsche enthusiast Patrick Dempsey jokes with Peter Thompson of West Newbury, Massachusetts, while appreciating Thompson’s 1957 365A Carrera Cabriolet model Porsche during the July 21 More...

Open space forum is July 31 in SoPo

The city of South Portland is developing an Open Space Strategic Plan. Open space generally includes areas such as parks, trails, beaches and forested areas. More...