September 26, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

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She shoots, she scores

Lily Nygren (background) of the host Red Storm drives a shot into the net for the first goal of Monday’s 9-0 field hockey victory against Windham. More...

Storm chaser

Abby Walker of Scarborough pulls away from Windham’s Olivia Verrill during Monday’s field hockey game at Scarborough High School. More...

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Sports Spotlight

Senior sets sights on another Storm title

Jacob Terry, a senior at Scarborough High School is taking this fall, not one day at a time, but one mile at a time. More...

Things to Do

Thursday, Sept. 25

Square dance lessons, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., Eight Corners School, 22 Mussey Road, Scarborough. New music, casual dress. Singles welcome. FMI, call 839-5512 or email mixnmingle@maine. rr.com. More...

Friday, Sept. 26

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

Saturday, Sept. 27

Scavengar hunt, 1:30 to 3 p.m., Libby River Farm, Black Point Road, Scarborough. Scarborough Land Trust will host Great Maine Outdoors activity. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist Kelly Boland will lead a nature walk and scavenger hunt. More...

Guard wants to build on town border

University of New England and Army National Guard working on sale-and-swap

Town officials in both Scarborough and Saco will have their hands full over the next few months digesting a request from the University of New England and the Maine Army National Guard to build a new facility on the Saco/Scarborough town line. More...

Race to help foundation go the distance

For the past four years, the Robbie Foundation has been raising funds to help families across the state with children with special needs. More...

Community News

Communication still comes up short

Town councilors address the annual challenge of getting information to residents

Improving communication is something that the Town Council regularly includes on its list of annual goals. More...

Facility plans among workshop items

Scarborough Board of Education sets schedule for 2014-15

The Board of Education spent some time last week setting up a schedule of workshop topics to tackle during the course of the 2014-2015 school year. More...

Cooking on Purpose

Have fun with versatile winter squash

Back in the day, all we did with winter squash was boil it, bake it and eat it. And preparing squash that way is delicious, I do it all the time. But, if you want to have some fun, try different recipes, they are delish and so very good for you. More...

In the Know

Business community pulls together

Each October, the Scarborough Economic Development Corporation’s (SEDCO’s) Board of Directors holds an annual meeting to celebrate the Scarborough business community. More...

Letters

Foundation appreciates support of road race

To the editor: The Robbie Foundation wants to extend a heartfelt thanks to all our sponsors, volunteers and participants who made our second annual Robbie Foundation 5K a huge success. The event, which took place Sept. More...

Senator will fight for working class

To the editor: Maine needs legislators that will fight to protect the working class. Senator Jim Boyle has been a tireless advocate for Maine workers. We strongly believe that he deserves re-election to the state Senate. More...

Knowledge of issues is extraordinary

To the editor: I am hearing the buzz in Scarborough this election cycle that it is the job of our legislative representatives in Augusta to bring home the bacon. More...