May 25, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

High school to get its garden spot

Courtyard plots will become part of school curriculum

Members of the Environmental Club of Scarborough have learned that recycling cans and bottles can not only help the environment, but the curriculum at Scarborough High School as well.  More...

In the Know

Emergency systems can save lives

This week is national Emergency Medical Services week, when we take the time to recognize the exceptional individuals that provide emergency medical services across this country.  At times it can be a very tough job, but as we learned recently, More...

Letters

Residents, businesses provide support

To the editor:   I would like to extend a thank you to my family, friends, people of Scarborough, local businesses and nonprofit organizations that have given me support, both financially and with words of encouragement, for my People to People More...

Candidate has strong work ethic, intellect

To the editor:   Please join me in supporting Rebecca Millett for the District 7 Maine State Senate seat. More...

Representative worked ‘tirelessly’

To the editor:   Having had a lot of experience dealing with the Workers’ Compensation Board in my position as head of Human Resources and Safety for Shaw Brothers Construction in Gorham, I followed the progress of the workers’ compe More...

Sports Spotlight

Baseball in the blood

Baseball is more than just a game for Scarborough senior Ben Wessel. It is a way of life. More...

Breaking News - 5/30/2012 11:26 AM

Scarborough man sentenced for American Legion theft

Ryan Byther found guilty of Class B theft by deception

 AUGUSTA – Attorney General William J. Schneider announced that Ryan J. More...

Zoning changes sent to planning

After meeting in executive session for an hour on May 16 and exonerating Councilor Richard Sullivan of ethics violations charged against him by two of his fellow councilors for his role in pushing for a new integrated pesticide policy, the Scarboroug More...

Community News

Water world: Festival for education

Scarborough Middle School students participate in annual environmental event

Nearly 700 students from 14 southern Maine schools learned just how important water is.  More...

Police Notes

May 14   Sherri Libby, 48, of Westbrook, was issued a summons at 3:35 p.m. on Gallery Boulvard for theft by unauthorized taking and transfer (taking or obtaining property of another).  More...

Off the hook

Caleb Bergeron, left, and Keegan Furtado look at the fish Bergeron had just caught during the seventh annual VFW Men’s Auxiliary fishing derby May 19 at Bayley’s Campground in Scarborough More...

Neighbors

Veteran reflects on service days

Scarborough resident was radar technician on a destroyer

With Memorial Day right around the corner, residents in communities near and far are stopping for a moment to remember friends and family who lost their lives in service for this country, including more than 400,000 from World War II.  More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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