January 11, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Community commitment fuels land trust

Organization, founded in 1977, oversees nearly 1,200 acres today

Scarborough would potentially look much different had the Owascoag Land Conservation Trust – the original name of the Scarborough Land Trust – not been formed in 1977 to protect open space in town.  Since that time, the land trust ha More...

In the Know

In the Know

Department taking part in adopt a fire hydrant program

Now that we are officially in the winter season I wanted to remind everyone of the Scarborough Fire Department’s Adopt a Hydrant program. In Scarborough we have a variety of different types of fire hydrants. More...

Letters

Holiday light show donations given to cancer foundation

To the editor: We would like to extend a sincere and heartfelt thank you to everyone who came, listened, viewed and donated to the fourth Sullivan Lane musical holiday light show during the month of December in Saco. 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...

Running time

With sunny skies and temperatures just above the freezing mark Sunday, Jan. More...

Board approves unique pet shop

Business will feature exotic animals, tattoos

A business like Scarborough has never seen before will soon be coming to town. At its Jan. More...

Community News

Winterfest has ‘something for everybody’

Twenty-fourth annual celebration scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 19

Scarborough will be celebrating winter in style next weekend when Community Services hosts its 24th annual Winterfest at the ice rinks by Wentworth Intermediate School Saturday, Jan. More...

Curtailment cuts $400,000 from schools

Scarborough takes one of state’s hardest hits

The Scarborough School District is expecting to lose nearly $400,000 between now and June as Gov. Paul LePage works to balance the state budget by the time the fiscal year ends June 30.  More...

Honor Roll

Scarborough High School

First Quarter  Seniors   HIGH HONORS: Austin Downing, Benedict Farino, Grace Farnkoff, Hannah Galloway, Matthew Hassler, Ryan Jamison, Trevor Murray, Marisa O’Toole, James Parrott, Alison Pelczar and Aaron Ravin.  More...

Sports Spotlight

Senior leads team through transitions

Basketball is a game of transitions, with a good team being able to effortlessly transition from offense to defense and vice-versa. More...