September 28, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Letters

Candidate is intelligent, considerate and more

To the editor:   April Caricchio will serve the residents of South Portland well on the city council. In her thoughtful handling of the closing of the Cape Elizabeth Home she has demonstrated great compassion for the elderly residents. More...

Council needs new faces

To the editor:   April Caricchio is running for city council since Linda Cohen, District 4, has chosen not to run again. 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...

Cape rejects ‘paper street’ settlement offer

CAPE ELIZABETH — Town councilors have sided with principle over the practicality of ending a year’slong divide over a proposed walking path in their small, coastal community.  More...

Business Review

LOCAL WOMEN IN BUSINESS

Local Acapulco has been voted Best of the Best 2 years running   More...

Community

Schools can apply for grants

Ecomaine announced its 2018 round of School Recycling Grants, which are designed to raise recycling awareness in schools and communities, and to help schools implement more efficient recycling programs or add composting to their waste collection.&nbs More...

Our Sustainable City

What do goats and organic yogurt have in common?

What do goats and organic yogurt have in common? They are both helping us deal with the challenges of our New England landscape. More...

Mad Horse Theatre opens season

Mad Horse Theatre Company explores love and language in Julia Cho’s “The Language Archive,” directed by company member Christopher Price.  The show runs through Oct. More...