March 17, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

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Police Notes

Feb. 27   Nicholas Anthony Cook, 27, of First Street in Scarborough, was arrested at 3:20 p.m. on Payne Road and was charged with theft by unauthorized taking or transfer (has two priors) and violating bail condition of release.  Feb. More...

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Public safety building committee progress report

The Ad-Hoc Public Safety Complex Building Committee began meeting in late November with the primary task of delivering a feasibility study for new public safety facility to the Scarborough Town Council by August 2017.  Using the information deri More...

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Wind power

A kitesurfer, between recent snowstorms, takes advantage of a mild afternoon at Pine Point Beach. More...

Officials looking at temporary signs

Political signs advocating for, or against a particular candidate or issue is commonplace during elections locally and throughout the country, but there is a desire to better manage how and where such signs can be placed in Scarborough.  More...

Community News

Starr added to town’s education lineup

With Mary Starr joining the Scarborough Board of Education this month, the board has a full complement of members after working short-staffed for close to two months following the resignation of Kate Miles.  More...

Volk sponsors bill to lower out-of-network costs

AUGUSTA – Maine State Senator Amy Volk (R-Cumberland) is sponsoring legislation designed to lower health care costs of those who access medical services outside of their provider’s network. More...

News Briefs

Changes to fireworks ordinance delayed   More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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