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Show is staple of Higgins Beach summer

Annual event is one of many put on by Higgins Beach Association

Scarborough residents and visitors flocked to Higgins Beach last week, but it wasn’t because of sun, surf or sand. More...

Police Notes

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State champs

Scarborough Little League’s 10-11 boys’ baseball team defeated Saco, 3-2, on Aug. 4 to win the state title and finish undefeated. They also won the District 6 championship undefeated. 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...

Group seeks to end ice-time crunch

A group of residents in Scarborough may have found a solution to the age-old problem of finding ice time for middle school and high school hockey teams. More...

Community News

Community News

Boaters host veterans for fishing tournament Wayne Tanguay of Scarborough was one of about 50 boat captains who donated their boats and time for a day of fishing for veterans on July 26 at the annual Veterans Day Appreciation Tournament at Spring Po More...

In the Know

In the Know

When thunder roars, head indoors

That slogan was developed by the National Weather Service to help raise awareness of the dangers of thunderstorms and lightning by encouraging everyone to go indoors when they hear thunder due to an approaching storm. More...

Letters

Candidate has earned a vote

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Flowers being stolen from grave site

To the editor: Just writing to ask if whoever keeps stealing hanging plants from my daughter’s grave site at Scarborough Memorial Cemetery has any conscience at all. Since passing away in March, we have had three hanging plants stolen. More...

Industrial zones the place for towers

To the editor: Cell towers really should be located in industrial-zoned areas only. The town of Scarborough appears to be either re-zoning or amending zoning to allow cell towers 150 feet tall in so-called rural/farming zones. More...