March 8, 2019 RSS feed / Front Page

Clearing private driveway results in suspension

A South Portland city employee was suspended for a week without pay after City Manager Scott Morelli saw a Feb. 21 video of the employee plowing and sanding the Scarborough driveway of former Code Enforcement Officer Patricia Doucette.  More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

Friday, March 8   Baked haddock supper, 5 to 6:15 p.m., St. Maximilian Kolbe Church, Black Point Road, Scarborough. Sponsored by Knights of Columbus 8144 formerly, of St. John’s in South Portland. More...

Parade of Lights benefits Toys for Tots – it’s not too early to plan

It’s still early in the New Year, but a group of do-gooders is already thinking ahead to  Christmas.  The Casco Bay Summertime Parade of Lights is once again coming to South Portland. More...

School board eyes $27 million budget

School Board eyes $27.37 million draft budget  Even with a projected $400,000 increase in state subsidy, the Cape Elizabeth School Board is struggling with a potentially unacceptable tax-rate increase for 2019-2020.  More...

Community

Changing of the seasons

According to Park Manager Kurt Shoener, about 14 volunteers participated in an effort to remove invasive species from Two Lights Park, with some hailing from  Paris, Bangor, Unity and Conway, New Hampshire.  More...

In the Know

Town contributes to playground project   The town of Cape Elizabeth is contributing $50,000 toward fundraising to upgrade the Pond Cove School playground.  Town councilors voted a $50,000 appropriation from undesignated funds on Feb. More...

Business News

Saco & Biddeford Savings Institution announced several promotions across a variety of departments and branches.   More...