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Police Notes

Aug. 20 Melvin James Logan, 73, of Main Street in Biddeford, was arrested at 10:25 a.m. on Gorham Road for violating probation or parole. More...

Community organizations active in disaster

Each community has an emergency response team led by an emergency management director. These responders may be skilled volunteers or, as in Scarborough, highly trained professionals. More...

Neighbors

Adirondack Flames hire SHS graduate

When Marc Paquet, a life-long hockey fan, graduated from Scarborough High School in 2005, he knew he wanted to be involved in the sport, but the likelihood of him making it as a player was probably not an option. 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...

A day for being outdoors

Riders head west along Black Point Road in Scarborough Saturday, Sept. 6 as part of this year’s Maine Lighthouse Bike Ride. More...

Group offers plover ideas

The summertime rules and regulations on canine access to Scarborough beaches have come and gone, and while town officials consider the summer a success, a citizen’s group has a few recommendations on how to improve next summer. More...

In the News

Fire truck purchase will go to voters

The Town Council has expressed a desire to replace an aging old fire truck with a brand new one this year, but now it will be up to voters to decide if the purchase takes place. More...

Workshop’s goal is ‘implementation’ of Dunstan area plan

A packed table at a neighborhood meeting in Oak Hill may help decide the future of Dunstan Corner. A group of residents, business owners and other interested parties met Monday, Sept. More...

Candidates ready to vie for town vacancies

The makeup of the Scarborough Board of Education is not likely to change as a result of the municipal election on Tuesday, Nov. 4. The same, however, can’t be said for the Town Council, which has three open seats. More...

Letters

Thanks to neighbors for helping students

To the editor: The first day of school looms large in a child’s life, and we all want to see kids head back to school with a smile and ready to learn. More...

Support of foundation golf outing appreciated

To the editor: The Robbie Foundation wants to thank numerous members of the community that helped make the fourth annual Robbie Foundation Golf Scramble a huge success. The scramble was held at Dunegrass Golf Club in Old Orchard Beach. More...