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  • s-sphousing-122608 Group housing proposed on E Street

    SOUTH PORTLAND — A Cape Elizabeth resident is hoping to bring group housing for the disabled to Knightville.

  • s-letter_kelley-122608 Think baseball

    We are fortunate in South Portland to have many active volunteers to provide opportunities for our children to participate in various activities. South Portland National Little League is one organization that has benefited over the years from the significant contributions of many parents, as bo...

  • s-spfleamarket-122608 Flea market piques council's interest

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The City Council is expected to pass an ordinance next month that would allow a local business owner to operate a flea market in a vacant building at the corner of Broadway and Buttonwood Street.

  • s-spcouncil-122608 City council closer to new beach dog rules

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The City Council is poised to tighten rules governing dogs at Willard Beach.

  • Dogs to dollars

    The short-sightedness of the proposals to charge non-residents money to walk their dogs on Willard Beach or to make walking our dogs in South Portland inconvenient is that it ignores the multiplier effect dogs have on the South Portland economy.

  • To all a good night

      The wintry twilight of Friday, Dec. 5, was brought to life in South Portland's Mill Creek Park as the annual HolidayFest and tree lighting dazzled celebrants with lights, music, food, Sant, and horse-drawn wagon rides around the park. The traditional event was spo...

  • Just the facts

    How long has The Forecaster been the public relations spokesman for the South Portland City Council and the School Board, printing one-sided propaganda? The facts that should have been reported back in June include the following: South Portland's 2008-09 school budget is 26.7 percent more than...

  • Bio-energy group 'cautiously optimistic' about progress

    SOUTH PORTLAND—The Maine Renewable Energy Consortium is cautiously optimistic about meeting an ambitious timeline that could bring a commercial power plant to a portion of 85 acres of land off Highland Avenue.