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Service award winner shares the praise

Jim Elkins is the type of person who simply makes his community better. By no means, however, is his service work simple. For the past four years, Elkins has been volunteering on a weekly basis with Project G.R.A.C.E. More...

Police Notes

July 1 Scott E. Wilson, 30, of Falmouth Road in Falmouth, was issued a summons during a motor vehicle stop at 12:34 p.m. near Route 1 and Broadturn Road for failure to register a motor vehicle (expired 150 or more days). June 30 More...

Neighbors

Resident named state’s outstanding teen

High school senior honored at Miss Maine Scholarship Pageant

Scarborough High School senior Katie Elliott is proving she is an outstanding role model for not only her peers in Scarborough, but for young adults all across Maine. More...

Honor Roll

Scarborough High School

Fourth Quarter Seniors More...

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...

Awash in sun, concert series opens

Memorial Park behind the Scarborough Municipal Offices will be alive with music again this summer. The Scarborough Community Chamber of Commerce will present free concerts every Thursday night at 6:30 between now and the first week of August. More...

Taking laughs to Alaska

Musical comedy “Gold Rush Girls” ready for Anchorage opening

Karmo Sanders’ theatrical comedy may be well known here in Maine through her portrayal of Birdie Googins, the Marden’s Lady, but next month a whole new audience more than 4,000 miles away will be introduced to the comedic mind of Sanders. More...

Community News

Road Race Calendar

Southern Maine road race events. Email race information to editor@scarboroughleader.com. Sunday, July 15 More...

Community News

Library to host Reuters correspondent Scarborough Public Library will host Richard Valdmanis, deputy chief correspondent for Reuters’ West and Central Africa bureau at 6:30 p.m. More...

Phantom stop

William Weimer, left, vice president of Phantom Fireworks, leads Gov. Paul LePage on a July 3 tour of Phantom Fireworks in the Gallery Shoppes in Scarborough. More...

Letters

Candidate is a partner in state’s job creation

To the editor: One of former governor Angus King’s many accomplishments was being a partner in supporting the private sector in creating jobs in Maine. More...

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