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Krysteana Scribner has been working in the world of media since 2012, and began working in the newspaper industry in 2014. While she currently covers South Portland and Scarborough news at the Forecaster, she has written at several newspapers in Maine and covered communities such as Biddeford, Saco and Portland. In her free time, Krysteana enjoys reading, photography and spending time outdoors.

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  • Published
    May 2, 2019

    South Portland under pressure to upgrade bus fare technology

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Fares for some city bus riders who transfer to or from METRO buses could double, unless the South Portland Bus Service makes fare technology updates compatible with changes planned by the Greater Portland Transit District. If left unaddressed, the increase for cash-paying senior citizens and riders with disabilities would also be a violation of federal […]

  • Published
    May 1, 2019

    Hospice conference to highlight resilience at end of life

    SCARBOROUGH — During end-of-life care, some families and individuals grapple with resentments and regrets about what could have been and what will never be. Hospice of Southern Maine wants to bring people together to navigate life’s final chapter through the lens of resilience and community support. The 9th annual Anne L. Hunter Memorial Thresholds Conference, […]

  • Published
    May 1, 2019

    Extra, extra: South Portland students team up for ‘Newsies’

    SOUTH PORTLAND — After rehearsing two hours a day for almost two months, more than 100 students in grades 7-12 are using their newfound skills to perform the 1992 Disney musical “Newsies.” “This performance gives them a real education in how to work together, and how to use music and drama and dance to create […]

  • Published
    April 26, 2019

    Films in Cape Elizabeth, Scarborough tackle anxiety, social media

    SCARBOROUGH — The non-profit organization EmpowerME is helping to facilitate discussion around social media use and anxiety by screening films produced and directed by Scilla Andreen, CEO of IndieFlix. “Angst” will be showing at Cape Elizabeth High School on Friday, April 26, from 6-7 p.m., followed by a panel discussion with health experts. This film […]

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