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The South Portland boys' soccer team completed its regular season undefeated last year, but the Red Riots were upset in the first round of playoffs.... [Read More]
Two University of Southern Maine graduates are working together to use theater to bring the classic story of Adam and Eve to southern Maine. [Read More]
To the editor, As we transition into the election season in South Portland, it seems more urgent than ever for us to elect city... [Read More]
The report of an ad hoc harbors committee has recommended a number of changes in Cape Elizabeth, including the move of the public boat launch... [Read More]
The Mainely Media newspapers have been providing great local news coverage to communities throughout southern Maine for many years, and starting now we will add... [Read More]
On October 8, the University of New England will host a moderated conversation titled "What About Guns?" 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 8 at... [Read More]
Great weather is expected to be in place this Sunday, Oct. 7 for the sixth annual Bug Light 5K. Not too hot, not too cold,... [Read More]
"We are more elderly and diminishing in number," said Sister Terry Gauvin, the provincial of Good Shepherd Sisters of Quebec. "This Mass and gathering give... [Read More]
Following a second council workshop on the topic Tuesday, Oct. 2, it has become clear that a majority of the Cape Elizabeth Town Council supports... [Read More]
To the editor: Victoria Morales is the right choice for District 33 in South Portland. An innovative small business owner and devoted mother, Victoria... [Read More]
In South Portland's quest to become a more sustainable community, recycling is front and center because it's easy, cost effective, and everyone can participate. This... [Read More]
A parade of defenders, most of whom delivered blistering commentary on the character of his elected peers, did nothing to stave off the inevitable Tuesday,... [Read More]
Winter, as they say, is coming. And, with that in mind, South Portland's Energy and Recycling Committee is looking to help residents save on home... [Read More]
City councilors have set two meetings and approved a third yet to be scheduled to review the job performance of city attorney Sally Daggett, following... [Read More]
With a settlement deal in hand to end the decades-old argument over public use of a scenic paper street, the Cape Elizabeth Town Council has... [Read More]
To the editor: It's silly of PETA, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, to propose a memorial to the thousands of lobsters who... [Read More]
After a year of sometimes bitter debate over how to best govern vacation rentals in South Portland, the city council will let voters have the... [Read More]
One of the city's longest-tenured and most respected police officers is in the fight of her life, prompting the community to rise up to support... [Read More]
Biddeford Cultural and Heritage Center will host a presentation by author David Vermette 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 26 at McArthur Library in Biddeford. [Read More]
To the editor: As a former councilor and mayor of the city of South Portland, I understand the relationship we have with county government... [Read More]