June 15, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

In the News

State, local races decided

Despite low turnout at the polls on June 12, it was a good day for U.S. Senate candidates from southern Maine. More...

Letters

Blood drive a big success

To the editor:   Wentworth School students from the north wing spearheaded a Red Cross blood drive May 22.  More...

Sports Spotlight

Lesson plan focuses on active lifestyles

Since the 2005-2006 school year, Scarborough High School sport teams have won more than 30 state championships.  For the past 16 years, Betsy Gianetta, a physical education teacher at Pleasant Hill Primary School, has been teaching students the More...

Playoff lacrosse

Scarborough High School midfielder Kelsey Howard looks to pass around Catie Bush of Kennebunk during the June 9 Western Class A lacrosse playoff game at Scarborough High School. More...

Girls’ track team wins state title

Heavy winds and rain on June 2 didn’t stop the Scarborough girls’ outdoor track team from putting themselves in a position to win the state championship last week. More...

Town names tech director

Manager says position is a ‘shared services model’

Understanding that technology plays an important part in municipal and educational operations, Town Manager Tom Hall and School Superintendent George Entwistle knew finding the right person to oversee the technology services of the town and school wa More...

School has strong ties to Naval Academy

Two more Scarborough grads bound for Annapolis

More than 250 students in Scarborough High School’s Class of 2012 received their high school diplomas on Sunday, June 10.  More...

Community News

Anniversaries

Celebrating 60 Years  June 10, 1952  Arnold and Evelyn Libby  A surprise party was held in their honor June 2 at Willowdale Country Club, Scarborough.   More...

In the Know

Fire stations improve energy efficiency

Prime examples of the town’s leadership in reducing energy usage are the improvements in the last few years in the five fire station buildings.  Both Chief Michael Thurlow and Deputy Chief of Operations Glen Deering are constantly seeking More...

Neighbors

Final bell tolls for a teaching career

School district salutes retiring educators

Elizabeth Spaulding never intended to be a teacher. But after 39 years of teaching English in the Scarborough School District, Spaulding is retiring from the job she has grown to love.  More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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