August 17, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Town councilor resigns

Seat will be unfilled until November

The Scarborough Town Council will be one member short until November.  On Monday, Aug. More...

In the Know

Federal grant funds regional initiatives

In 2008 the Scarborough Fire Department acted as the host department in an application process for a Federal Fire Act Grant to conduct training and build a sprinkler and alarm system trailer that could be shared among multiple departments across the More...

Neighbors

Neighbors

Force features polygraph expert ... honest

It’s not a good idea to lie to Donald Blatchford, especially if you happen to be hooked up to a polygraph machine.  Blatchford is the polygraph examiner at the Scarborough Police Department and has recently been elected president of the Ma More...

Sure sign of fall

Lance Johnson, above, head football coach at Scarborough High School, works on ball tracking skills with his players on Monday, Aug. 13, the first day of practice for fall sports. More...

Contractors visit Wentworth

Firms send representatives for first look at current school building

General contractors who have been prequalifi ed to bid on the new Wentworth Intermediate School project got their first official introduction to the project last week during a meeting at Scarborough Middle School.  More...

Community News

Scarborough alumni group plans golf fundraiser

The Scarborough High School Alumni Scholarship Fund, Inc., will hold its fourth annual Memorial Golf Tournament Sunday, Sept. 30 at Nonesuch River Golf Club. The event is open to the public. More...

New learning tools for new school year

Staff and technology additions set for 2012-2013 academic year

When students return to Blue Point Primary School, Eight Corners Primary School and Pleasant Hill Primary School on Tuesday, Sept. 4 they will have a whole host of new educational tools at their fingertips.  More...

Perfectly stationed to be an ambassador

Resident spends a week helping visitors during London Olympics

Karen LoCascio, a professor of nursing at Southern Maine Community College who lives off Black Point Road in Scarborough, saw London in a new light this summer.  More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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