April 18, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

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In the News

Police Notes

March 14 Clark Russell Pomelow, 27, of Putnam Ridge in Limington, was issued a summons during a motor vehicle stop at 2:51 p.m. More...

In the Know

Prescription Take-Back is successful

Over the past several years, the Scarborough Police Department, in cooperation with the Federal Drug Enforcement Administration, has been part of a prescription drug Take-Back program. The program has been extremely successful. More...

Letters

Thanks

Public Works praised

To the editor: This is to say thank you to the Scarborough Public Works for their thoughtful act of kindness to my granddaughter, Angelina. More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

The Leader accepts calendar listings from nonprofit organizations. Submissions must be received 10 days prior to publication. Please email your listing to editor@scarboroughleader.com and indicate the date of your event in the reference line. More...

Beach parking fee hike proposed

Season passes for all beaches would rise by $5

Although it has not been decided when dog owners will be allowed to bring their dogs to the beach this summer, it appears it may cost them a little bit more when they do. More...

Community News

Housing proposal is ready for review

An affordable housing project that has been years in the works will be unveiled next week, marking its first official review before town officials. More...

Officials looking for places to pare budget

School officials are working fervently to review the $43.3 million fiscal year 2015 school budget to find a figure that town residents, both young and old, can accept. More...

Road Race Calendar

Southern Maine road race events. Email race information to editor@scarboroughleader.com or editor@kennebunkpost.com. Monday, April 21 Patriots Day 5-Miler, noon, 277 Cumberland Ave., Portland. Benefits Boys and Girls Club. FMI, call 874-1069. More...

Neighbors

Hoop legend among Hall’s first inductees

When Tony Hamlin, chairman of the selection committee for the new Maine Basketball Hall of Fame was thinking who should be part of the first induction class, one name quickly came to mind: Lisa Blais Manning. More...