March 15, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

In the News

Neighbors resisting proposed complex

This time last year, Friends of Oak Hill, a collection of residents of the Oak Hill and Black Point Road area, were fighting an 81-unit assisted living facility coming into their neighborhood on the corner of Route 1 and Black Point Road. More...

In the Know

In the Know

Veteran town leaders to retire

Although Scarborough is a lot bigger than it was when I was growing up here, I still think of this as a small town. More...

Sports Spotlight

Road Races

Southern Maine road race events. Email race information to editor@scarboroughleader.com or editor@kennebunkpost.com.  Sunday, March 17   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...

Projects near Centervale Farm approved

Owner says three-story structure to be built when a ‘substantial portion’ is pre-leased

The Planning Board approved development projects on abutting pieces of property around Centervale Farm Antiques and Collectibles at 200 Route 1.  More...

Community News

Town joins growing list opposing state budget

Scarborough has joined a list of more than a dozen communities from across the state to pass a resolution opposing Gov. Paul LePage’s biennial budget. Another 52 communities are considering taking action.  More...

Grants assist with 21st century education

The Scarborough Education Foundation is about to embark on its second year of awarding grants to Scarborough teachers and educators.  Jeff Ertman, who was elected president of the foundation in January, appeared before the Scarborough Board of E More...

Professional learning teams in place

For parents, professional development for teachers often means scrambling to accommodate an early release or late start to the school day once or twice a month. More...

Neighbors

Student advocates for diabetes research

When Emily Jefferds, a seventh-grade student at Scarborough Middle School, went to Washington D.C. More...