August 17, 2018 RSS feed / Community

Final goodbye

The funeral service for Lt. Harry Weymouth of the South Portland Fire Department was held Sunday, Aug. 12 at East Point Church at Clark’s Pond Parkway in South Portland. More...

The scoop on recycling

How markets abroad are impacting us at home and what the city is doing about it

You may have recently heard some buzz about changes in the recycling market and we’re here to catch you up and share what it means for South Portland. More...

Cape Elizabeth author to speak at library

Cape Elizabeth author Anna Crowley Redding will be at the South Portland Public Library for the launch of her debut middle grade nonfiction book, “Google It: A History of Google,” at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 21. More...

A Window on the Past

Dyer & Jose Grocers were staple in South Portland

The accompanying photograph originally appeared in a news story in the mid-1930s. The Dyer & Jose grocery business was located at 512 Ocean St., on the corner of Ocean and Sawyer streets. The building was first used in the 1800s by Otis L. More...

Firefighter training available

Southern Maine Community College is helping the state’s fire service agencies with a new program that provides Mainers a flexible pathway to advance their firefighting careers.  More...

Garden tour brings in thousands for Fort

The eighth annual Cape Elizabeth Garden Tour drew more than 500 visitors and raised more than $40,000 for the Fort Williams Park Foundation in July, helping to ensure that the nonprofit’s mission of preserving the history and natural beauty of More...

‘Hams’ to gather at local lighthouse

The Wireless Society of Southern Maine, a ham radio club based in Scarborough, will join other amateur radio operators from around the world in celebrating International Lighthouse and Lightship Weekend, on Aug. 18-19. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. More...

Art in the Park, 2018

Poppy appears dubious of the stop and ready to get back underway as George Lichte of Kennebunkport pauses for a moment to check things out at South Portland’s 39th annual Art in the Park, held More...

SMCC announces new president

Joseph L. More...