August 24, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Rental rules reconsidered

SOUTH PORTLAND — After more than a year of often heated debate, in which both sides have claimed widespread support, it appears South Portland’s new short-term rental rules could go to a public vote, giving everyone a chance to finally ga More...

Letters

Councilor: School buses are the way to go

To the editor:   Recent discussions about the location of a consolidated middle school have prompted debate and concern among parents who drive their children to school or allow their children to walk or bicycle to school.  The National Hig More...

Skate park committee named

SOUTH PORTLAND — More than 18 months after a local middle school student kicked off an effort to bring a skate park to South Portland, the city council has appointed members to an ad hoc committee tasked with seeing that job to completion, givi More...

Onward

Jim Tasse, assistant director of the Bicycle Coalition of Maine and a member of the Cape Elizabeth Conservation Committee, rides his bike onto the Winnick Woods trailhead at 1100 Sawyer Road Monday, More...

Path planned

SOUTH PORTLAND – Four years after first approving funds for a multi-use path linking the city’s Greenbelt Trail to Veterans Memorial Bridge, the project is finally getting underway. More...

Community

Lyric to host pop up dinner with Scratch

The first Lyric Music Theater/Scratch Baking Co. block party will be held 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27, at The Toast Bar, 205 Broadway, South Portland. More...

Garden tour brings in thousands for Fort Williams

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...

Service above self

The Southern Maine Community College Veterans Club has donated more than $400 to a service organization that benefits veterans. More...