October 20, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

Land trust names new executive director

Rich Bard, the new executive director of the Scarborough Land Trust has been working in land conservation and wildlife for more than 20 years and now will be tasked with helping to preserve Scarborough’s scenic beauty.  More...

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Fire department, Ace Hardware team up for fire prevention

The Scarborough Fire Department is pleased to announce it has partnered with Scarborough Ace Hardware to promote fire prevention month and home fire safety.  More...

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Things to Do

Saturday, Oct. 21 Bean supper, 4:30 to 6 p.m., West Scarborough United Methodist Church, 2 Church St., Scarborough. FMI, call 883-2814. Sunday, Oct. 22 More...

Board supports barbecue request

The time for summer barbecues has come and gone, but Linda DuVall, the owner and operator of Mamie’s Farmhouse at 97 County Road is already thinking about the 2018 barbecue season.  More...

Students rally for relief

While their classmates were rooting for the Red Storm during the Sept. 29 Homecoming football game, Scarborough High School freshmen Eliana Goodman, Alison Kueck and Josh Lane were rallying for a much different cause: hurricane relief.  More...

Community News

Election 2017

With current chairman Kelly Murphy not seeking a third term and former member Christine Massengill resigning in June, the Scarborough Board of Education will have two new faces after voters head to the polls Nov. 7. More...

New approach for meeting needs of parents, children

Children are our most precious resource. We hear this so often, it’s become cliché. However, the reality is that in the state with the oldest population, Maine children truly must be treated like our most precious resource.  More...

Letters

Writers weigh in on candidates, issues

To the editor: I would like to encourage the voters of Scarborough to support and vote for Peter Hayes for town council. Peter brings a mind for business to the council. More...