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Experience and Expertise Brought Right To Your Door

Why leave home when Bob Moses of Curtain Call will come to you? For 14 years, Bob has provided residents in the Greater Portland area with high-quality custom window treatments at bargain prices along with top-notch service after the sale. More...

At One2One Bodyscapes you get the one on one attention you deserve in personal training

Exercising at a traditional gym can be an isolated and frustrating experience. If you are looking for a place that breaks the typical gym mold, One2One Body BodyScapes is the workout studio for you. More...

Local Knowledge and Over 60 Years Experience; Highland Avenue Greenhouse

For more than 65 years, Highland Avenue Greenhouse, a thirdgeneration family business, has sold farmfresh produce and local products in Scarborough. More...

Things to Do

Friday, Feb. 27

Kiwanis meeting, noon, The Egg and I restaurant, 103 Route 1, Scarborough. Public welcome. FMI, call Ava Adams at 883-2634. More...

Monday, March 2

Overeaters Anonymous, 10 a.m., West Scarborough Methodist Church on the corner of Route 1 and Church Street. More...

Tuesday, March 3

Kindergarten Information Night, 6 p.m., Wentworth School cafeteria, 20 Quentin Drive, Scarborough. All parents who have a child who is 5 or turning 5 on or before Oct. 15, 2015 are invited (snow date: March 4). Parents only meeting. More...

Trust listens to land use ideas

A group of Scarborough residents sat around tables in Wentworth School’s cafeteria Tuesday with oversized sheets of paper and colorful markers. More...

Council OKs Habitat for Humanity project

After years of trying to make it happen, Scarborough officially has an affordable housing project in the works. More...

Community News

Town in the market for assessor again

Former Town Assessor Paul Lesperance served in the post for nearly 30 years. His replacement, William Healey, lasted less than two years. On Feb. More...

Council sends tax resolution to Legislature

Fearing the worst, the Town Council last week passed a resolution urging the state Legislature to “craft a biennial budget that prevents a significant increase in property taxes.” More...

In the Know

Police Notes

Jan. 11 Michael E. Bisson, 39, of Portland, was arrested on a warrant from another agency at 4:41 a.m. on Broadturn Road. More...

Overview of fire prevention program

Over the past few months there has been a lot of coverage on the television news and in the newspaper about the extremely high number of fire-related deaths we have experienced in the state of Maine over the past few months. More...

TIDE CHART

HIGH LOW A.M. P.M. A.M. More...

Letters

Workshops should be place for new ideas

To the editor: I was delighted our town manager called a workshop with state legislators on Feb. 18. More...

Don’t deny convenient beach access for all

To the editor: The Scarborough Ordinance Committee heard a presentation by several Higgins Beach residents asking for a reallocation of the limited parking spaces on Bayview Avenue. More...