January 18, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

In the Know

Remembering the ice storm of 1998

Although it doesn’t seem that long ago, it’s now been 15 years since the severe ice storm of 1998 hit sections of New Hampshire and Maine.  The storm knocked out power to about 1 million people in the two states, some for more than t More...

OVER 40? YOU Belong here!

About Us: At Healthy Body, Fit Mind we take a thoughtful approach to fitness with true customization designed around your lifestyle, goals and current fitness level. Our specialty is people over 40 and beyond!  More...

Ms. Belle Marsh is now accepting new clients for Rolfing:

Structural Integration treatments at her studio at 9 Churchill Rd., South Portland. Rolfing® is a form of bodywork that works with the connective tissue called fascia. Rolfing can increase the range of motion and relive pain in joints. More...

Obituaries

Kathryn Smith

Kathryn “Kay” Harwood Smith, 89, passed away peacefully Jan. 4, 2013, at Maine Medical Center with her son and daughter at her side. 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...

Vending takes a healthy twist

Frustrated by the lack of healthy foods in school vending machines, a Scarborough mother has introduced a h.u.m.a.n. More...

Pesticide transition continues

Scarborough is in the midst of a transition from a synthetic pesticides program to an organic one free of dangerous man-made products.  More...

Community News

Community inspired by young boy’s life

Eight-year old Scarborough resident battled rare digestive disease

Kyle St. Clair, 8, may not have lived long, but the way the young Scarborough boy lived his life, he will not soon be forgotten. More...

Road Races

Saturday, Feb. 9   Wicked Frosty 5-Miler, 10 a.m., 309 Marginal Way, Portland. Bayside and Eastern Prom. To register or FMI, visit www.imathlete.com  Sunday, March 3   More...

Neighbors

Police look to second generation for sergeant

Twenty-two year veteran of force named to post once held by his father

Tim Barker has seen a lot during his 22 years with the Scarborough Police Department. More...

Sports Spotlight

Softball star has Philadelphia in future

Junior Alyssa Williamson isn’t even halfway through her athletic career at Scarborough High School, but the softball star has already caught the eye of college athletic recruiters.  In December, Williamson verbally accepted an athletic sch More...