May 20, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

In the News

Police

April 30 Nicholas R. Chapman, 29, of Jose Road in Stockton Springs, was arrested on a warrant of another agency during a motor vehicle stop at 7:52 p.m. More...

In the Know

Recognizing Scarborough’s EMS providers

This week, May 15 through May 21, is National EMS (Emergency Medical Services) Week. More...

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Sports Spotlight

That’s order on the court

Arsenault, Gikas mean teamwork on the double

Seniors Riley Arsenault and Stephan Gikas first played tennis together in freshman physical education. Now, after years of refining their games, Arsenault and Gikas have become Scarborough’s most formidable boys’ doubles team. More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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Staffing boosts pushed for police and fire departments

Over the course of the last several weeks, the town’s finance committee has been meeting with department heads to review their budgets and staffing requests for next fiscal year. More...

Collision center seeks more space for vehicles

Moody’s Collision Center on 33 Pleasant Hill Road in Scarborough has been repairing cars that have been in accidents for more than 15 years. More...

Community News

Musicians mentor, connect with students

A local community concert band performed two joint concerts with fifth-grade band students this week. More...

Town leads effort to raise funds for completion of Eastern Trail

The town of Scarborough is working with the Eastern Trail Alliance (ETA) and the Bicycle Coalition of Maine to complete a 1.6-mile section of off-road trail in Scarborough. More...

Honor Roll

Scarborough Middle School Sixth grade More...

Letters

Please visit the polls and vote on budget

To the editor: I am writing to give my full support to the town budget for this year. The school board and town council worked tirelessly to create a fair and balanced budget for both the town and the schools. More...

Time to ride the wave of positivity in town

To the editor: I have lived in Scarborough since 1977, alumnus of Bessey School, Wentworth and the high school. In recent years I have followed the budget process closely. More...

Keeping or losing the right to vote

To the editor: On June 14 there are two questions on the ballot pertaining to the local school budget. The first is requesting your approval of the annual sum deemed appropriately balanced by our town council. More...