Title

Feature article on Portland's off-the-peninsula residential neighborhoods, inclu

Source

Down East

Date

10-1-2003

Pages

62-67, 95-96

Abstract

Feature article on Portland's off-the-peninsula residential neighborhoods, including Deering, Stroudwater, Morrills Corner and Woodfords. The old neighborhoods are as much a part of the city as the Old Port, though most tourists never see them. Residents like Rosemount's Shawneric Hachey value the neighborhoods for their relative affordability, and the proximity of services and amenities. Evergreen Cemetery, opened in 1854, is used year-round for jogging, cross-country skiing and walking. Deering High School remains the centerpiece of its neighborhood, a densely settled combination of single- and multiple-family homes.

Subjects

Neighbors, Portland

Full text is not available here. Please contact the Library for a copy of the article.

Share

COinS