November 30, 2018 RSS feed / Community

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Cape Elizabeth School board tweaks policy on tobacco signs

The Cape Elizabeth High School campus, not just the buildings, but the football field, tennis courts and every other venue on school grounds, are nicotine free and the Cape Elizabeth School Board plans to extend signs that says so.  More...

Eco award nominations sought

Ecomaine, a single-sort recycling facility, opened its call for nominations for the 2019 eco-Excellence Awards. The Awards are designed to recognize and celebrate champions in Maine who are focused on recycling and landfill diversion, and who are More...

Toy drive seeks support

Organizers behind the seventh annual South Portland Toy Drive seek businesses, groups or individuals to adopt families for the annual drive that collects toys, boots and coats. More...

SPHS standout helping Johns Hopkins make playoff run

SOUTH PORTLAND — The Johns Hopkins University football team will take the field this weekend for an NCAA Division III quarterfinal showdown with Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and there will be a former South Portland standout looking to help More...

A Window on the Past

Book signing and the tragic story of Billy Laird

This Sunday, Dec. 2, it will be Civil War day in the museum at Bug Light Park. More...

Author honors Native American baseball player

Author and historian Ed Rice will visit the South Portland Public Library at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 4 to discuss his book about Louis Sockalexis, the first Native American professional baseball player. More...

Protect South Portland to be honored

The Conservation Law Foundation will honor Protect South Portland as one of its “local heroes” at its annual gala in Boston Monday, Dec. 3. Principal honoree will be Joseph P. Kennedy III, along with six “local heroes,” one More...

Tree warden asks residents to report sightings

The town of Cape Elizabeth tree warden is asking residents to be on the lookout for winter moths.  The brown moths that have invaded Cape Elizabeth in recent years are due to begin mating soon and throughout December and January. More...

Made with love

Left, Charlene Gerrish, of Scarborough, poses by the entrance of the Project Linus room where evolunteers help craft blankets. More...

City of South Portland recognizes businesses with annual awards, banquet

The city of South Portland Economic Development Committee will honor five local businesses for their contributions to a strong and vibrant South Portland business community. The awards and this year’s winners are as follows: More...