April 20, 2018 RSS feed / Community News

Volunteers make major impact on lives

April is National Volunteer Month and like many organizations, Scarborough Terrace benefits from a handful of dedicated individuals who donate their time to work alongside staff.  More...

News Briefs

MTA to visit council, share study information   Representatives from the Maine Turnpike Authority will present their findings before town council about a potential widening project on Interstate 95 next month which could add a third lane between More...

Trivia champs

More than 100 students participated in the Scarborough Middle School Junior Trivia Bee on April 10. At left, Trivia bee champions are pictured with Scarborough Middle School Principal Diane Nadeau. More...

Tower display

The view from the end of King Street, looking across the mouth of the Nonesuch River toward Ferry Beach (above), shows a crane representing the height and location of a proposed 100-foot Verizon Wire More...

Earth-spirit session scheduled for April 22

New England residents will have a chance to connect with loved ones who have passed, via the talents of psychic mediums. Melissa Boyd will bring Connecting to Your Loved Ones in Spirit to the University of Southern Maine on April 22. More...

Middle school alpine team takes second in state championships

The Scarborough Middle School club alpine ski team placed second in slalom, giant slalom and overall in the state championships recently at the state championship races at Kents Hill.  More...