Elections, and the big referendum vote, are coming up on November 2ed. If you live on-campus in South Portland, you can register to vote in South Portland.
On October 13th, Cape Elizabeth’s town council approved a set of zoning amendments designed to allow a new condominium development with affordable apartments in the town center.
In Cape Elizabeth, a large condominium development called ‘Dunham Court’, slated for the space next door to the town hall, has inspired controversy and brought the issue of affordable housing in the town to the upcoming council election, where candidates are split on the project.
A film-incentives bill that would greatly increase Maine’s tax credits on film productions has recently energized the local film industry and gained bipartisan support in Augusta because of its potential for both […]
Ride-Share Companies Agree with Public Outrage Over Barbaric Texas Abortion Laws By Ian Kerr Major ride share companies Uber and Lyft have made known their stance on Texas’ new extreme abortion law. […]
Hello reader! My name is Liliana Palmer and I’m editing the Local Politics column this semester while studying graphic design here at SMCC. All the stories in this column will come from […]
By Amy Lilly Is there anything better than the smell of fresh baked bread? It feels like home and instantly sends waves of “please can I have some” to your body. As […]