Dogs are the unnoticed caregivers who give a special kind of support for cancer patients. The American Cancer Society’s Bark For Life of Greater Portland is a walk for dogs and their owners to fight back against cancer at Bug Light Park on Sunday, May 4.
South Portland resident Sue McCarthy, 50, earned three
individual gold medals from the National Masters Track and Field Championships in Boston March 14-16. McCarthy also won gold in the 4x200 relay in her age group (50 to 54). Her club team, MassVelocity, placed third overall.
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Inn by the Sea’s annual Earth Day celebration and beach cleanup will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 29. The public is welcome to join 45 local students who will be hand to help clean Crescent Beach with inn staff.