August 24, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Dunstan Corner project ready to go out to bid

Commuters frustrated by traffic jams on Route 1 in Scarborough near Dunstan Corner will have some relief from the bottlenecks they’ve seen over the summer by this time next year.  More...

In the News

Scarborough resident buys popular market

SOUTH PORTLAND — The name of Legion Square Market, known to locals as Smaha’s, will not be changing. Nor will the staff, the selection of products, or the feel of the store. More...

Police Notes

July 28   Patricia A. Williams, 41, of Rhonda Drive in Scarborough, was issued a summons at 4:05 p.m. on Rhonda Drive for disorderly conduct (private noise heard in public after warning by a law enforcement officer).  July 29   More...

Town looks for ways to recoup missing tax

The Town Council decided at its Aug. More...

Things to Do

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...

Ready, aim, fire

Josh Harder, 12, of Scarborough tries to see if he can drop Cash Wiseman into the dunk tank at Scarborough’s annual Summerfest that took place Friday, Aug. 17. More...

Parking fees charged to students

Despite organized student opposition, the Scarborough Board of Education voted 6-1 to charge high school students $50 a year, or $25 a semester to use the parking lot. More...

Community News

Community News

Camp Ketcha announces new Montessori director   Camp Ketcha’s Montessori Preschool announced new leadership for year three of the nature-based program now led by Kate Connolly. More...

Fun in the summer sun

Children whoop it up in the moon bounce at last Friday’s Summerfest at the Scarborough High School Sports Complex. (Kevin A. Byron photo) More...

In the Know

In the Know

Scarborough transitions to organic program

The Scarborough Town Council incorporated a new pest management policy into the town ordinances at a meeting last September. The policy calls for the town to transition to an organic approach to pest management on all town owned fields.  More...

Letters

Outgoing town councilor will be missed for her advocacy

To the editor:   More...

Send Volk back to the legislature this November

During her first term in the Maine Legislature, Rep. Amy Volk (R) has done an outstanding job of representing the people of District 127 in Augusta. More...