November 16, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Dist. 127 race is very close

Incumbent hangs on to slim lead prior to recount

The race to represent Scarborough voters in District 127 in the Maine House of Representatives has become even closer.  More...

In the News

Police Notes

Oct. 20  Jenna L. Moody, 18, of Military Drive in Fairfield, was issued a summons at 5:01 p.m. on Gallery Boulevard for theft by unauthorized taking or transfer (shoplifting).  More...

Scarborough, Old Orchard Beach departments team up for drug bust

Scarborough Police teamed up with Old Orchard Beach Police and the United States Drug Enforcement Administration last month to bust a drug-dealing operation occurring out of a Scarborough motel room, according to a media release from Scarborough Poli More...

IT’S TIME TO GIVE THE GIFT OF HEARING!

With the holidays upon us we at Hearing Essentials know the importance of the gift of HEARING.  More...

Neighbors

Resident has taste for culinary success

Scarborough resident Megan Manseau has always felt at home in the kitchen. More...

Council supports Citzens United effort

Group seeks to overturn Supreme Court decision

The Scarborough Town Council passed a resolution last week to keep big money out of local politics.  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...

Road Race Calendar

Southern Maine road race events. Email race information to editor@scarboroughleader.com or editor@kennebunkpost.com.  Saturday, Nov. 17   More...

Board includes voice of students

For the past six years, the Scarborough Board of Education has received an inside look at what’s happening in the district’s six schools thanks to student representatives. More...

Downs hosts day for veterans

Scarborough Downs hosted veterans from the Maine Veterans Home Sunday, Nov. 11 for an afternoon of racing. The seventh race of the day was held in their honor. (Michael Kelley photo) More...

Community News

Community News

Scarborough native on winning Naval Academy team   Midshipman Roscoe Thomas, 2010 graduate of Scarborough High School, is beginning his junior (second class) year at the U.S. Naval Academy. More...

Let’s Can Hunger

University of Southern Maine business student Sarah Dubois and the school’s Enactus student group held a food drive Friday, Nov. 9 at Sam’s Club in Scarborough. More...

In the Know

Sanitary district employee completes training

On Sept. 13 Glen Bellefleur, a key member of our team at the Scarborough Sanitary District, received a diploma for his participation in a 12-month Management Candidate School.  More...

Letters

Congratulations sent to opponent

To the editor:   Congratulations to Rep. Sirocki for her win in this past election. I have nothing but best wishes for her for a productive term in the 126th Legislature.  More...

Fire truck support appreciated

To the editor:   On behalf of the standing truck committee and all members of the Scarborough Fire Department, I would like to thank the citizens of Scarborough for their overwhelming support of the bond referendum question to replace the ladder More...

Sports Spotlight

Former Storm star making mark in college

Trevor Hoxsie said the four years of soccer he played at Scarborough High School, including three on varsity, prepared him for collegiate soccer.  However, college soccer, Hoxsie said, is another whole level of soccer competition.  More...