January 18, 2019 RSS feed / Front Page

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January is... National Blood Donor Month

Learn the basics of donating blood   More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

Friday, Jan. 18   Bean supper, 5 to 6 p.m., Peoples United Methodist Church, 310 Broadway, South Portland. Includes baked beans, casseroles and pies.  More...

Registration slow under rental rules

SOUTH PORTLAND — Two weeks after the city’s new short-term rental regulations went into effect, only one property had been duly registered, inspected and licensed.  More...

History uncovered after city approves first pot store

SOUTH PORTLAND — The South Portland Planning Board approved the city’s first adult-use recreational marijuana retail project last week, including a last-minute condition to keep an eye out for Revolutionary War soldiers’ bones that More...

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Draft of Comprehensive Plan published in Cape   The final draft of the Cape Elizabeth 2019 Comprehensive Plan has been published and is available for review in person and online.  More...

Volk Packaging, Red Claws to promote awareness

BIDDEFORD – The Maine Red Claws basketball team with sponsor Volk Packaging will host Autism Awareness Night Saturday, Feb. 9 at the Portland Expo, with proceeds to benefit Spurwink Services.  More...

1-on-1 with UNE’s Neil Maietta

South Portland native helping Nor’easters make noise on the ice

The University of New England men’s hockey team went 20-6-3 last season and was knocked out of the NCAA Division III Tournament during the first round.  The Nor’easters are a younger team this year, but they returned plenty of talent More...