December 12, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

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Police Notes

Nov. 22 Paul F. Hogan, 47, of Old Orchard Beach Road in Saco, was issued a summons at 9:24 a.m. on the I-295 spur for operating a vehicle without a license. More...

Council hands out more assignments

Two weeks after announcing committee posts, Town Council Chairman Jessica Holbrook spent some time Dec. 3 handing out Town Council liaison assignments. More...

In the Know

Insight offered different types of detectors

Recently one of the popular national morning news broadcasts did a story that called into question the effectiveness of ionization type smoke alarms. More...

TIDE CHART

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

Cooking on Purpose

Second time around can be just as good

I enjoyed a delightful Thanksgiving, turkey with all the fixins’ – delicious. Some say the best part of Thanksgiving is the leftovers. If you are one of those people, then I have a few recipes for you to try. More...

Things to Do

Thursday, Dec. 11

Overeaters Anonymous, 10 a.m., West Scarborough Methodist Church on the corner of Route 1 and Church Street. Networking meeting, 8 to 9 a.m., 360 Route 1, Willowdale Place, Scarborough. More...

Friday, Dec. 12

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

Saturday, Dec. 13

Toys for Tots breakfast, 1 to 11 a.m., Gov. William King Lodge, 649 Route 1, Scarborough. Scarborough Masons host its fourth annual breakfast with Santa. Santa and representatives from the Marine Corps will be there for photos and collect toys. More...

Ice rink proposal slides forward

Facility would be located at the corner of Gorham Road and Quentin Drive

The Town Council agreed last week to proceed with a proposal to partner with Friends of Scarborough Hockey (FOSH) to locate an ice rink on the site of the basketball courts on the corner of Gorham Road and Quentin Drive. More...

Remedy for traffic headaches sought

Resident says congestion makes it “impossible to make your way ...”

With thousands of motorists passing through Route 22/Route 114, it comes as no surprise residents of the area are fed up with traffic congestion in this once bucolic area of North Scarborough/ South Gorham. More...

Community News

Soup bowls highlight hunger awareness

The bowls made by Scarborough High School alternative education students will be sold Dec. 19 during fundraising luncheon

Giving back to the community is an art form for students in Scarborough High School’s alternative education class. More...

Shoe drops for possible Pine Point land swap

In 2009, the town of Scarborough executed a land swap with the owners of the Lighthouse Inn, much to the dismay of many in town. More...

New belts earned

New belts were earned during recent testing at Villari’s Self Defense Center in Scarborough. More...

Letters

Budget is an ongoing, evolving process

To the editor: As many of you know, the budget process in town is a complicated and lengthy process. More...

Neighbors

Leader seeks Great Person nominations

It’s time to submit nominations for the Leader’s Great Person Award. Each year, readers choose one person they think has made our community a special place to live. More...