September 21, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

In the Know

Ballot will include ladder truck question

This fall there will be a referendum question on the local ballot to approve bonding $900,000 for the replacement of one of our two ladder trucks.  This is the first time the purchase of a replacement piece of fire apparatus has been placed on t More...

Letters

Candidate would turn back the clock on reforms

To the editor:   I recently found a flier from Heather Sirocki stuck in my front door. I have no idea how long it’s been there, since friends and family use the side door. More...

Candidate reviews issues, listens to constituents

To the editor:   As we head into a very important election season, I am grateful to have a common sense state representative like Heather Sirocki to vote for.  More...

District fortunate to have hard-working representative

To the editor:   In these impassioned times of political debate and discourse, it is nice to get a well written, informative newsletter from District 127 Rep. Amy Volk.  More...

Central Maine Power will cause delays in Scarborough area

Central Maine Power Co. will make brief closures next week to install electrical wires over Interstate 195 in Saco. Construction will begin Monday, Sept. 24 and last through Thursday, Sept. 27. More...

Observation deck offers fresh look at marsh

The public will get a new perspective on the Scarborough Marsh next week when the Scarborough Marsh Observation Deck opens on land acquired by the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife in 2009.  More...

In the News

Board approves Oak Hill project

Assisted living facility planned for corner of Black Point Road and Route 1

After months of outcry from residents in the area, the Scarborough Planning Board has approved a proposal from Wegman Companies that would create an 81-unit assisted living facility on the corner of Black Point Road and Route 1.  On Monday, Sept More...

Hospice asks for additional parking space

While the Planning Board came to a quick decision in accepting Wegman Companies’ proposal of an 81-unit senior living facility on Black Point Road on Monday, Sept. More...

Business Briefs

Credit union earns award   Infinity Federal Credit Union was recently named as one of the 2012 Best Places to Work in Maine.  The awards program was created in 2006 and is a project of the Society for Human Resource Management, Maine State More...

Sports Spotlight

Persistence, effort pays off for senior

Katie Wahrer is proof that you should never give up on your dreams. More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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