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From STEM to stern, education at work

Middle school places greater emphasis on blending components

A Scarborough Middle School education is much more than just text books, math problems and science experiments.  Middle school technology teachers Andrew Davidson and Tim Tyler appeared before the Board of Education last week to demonstrate exac More...

Excavation violation results in fine

By Michael Kelley Staff Writer

The Occupational Safety and Heath Administration has fined a Gardiner-based company for workplace violations at a job in Scarborough.  Earlier this week, OSHA proposed $76,230 in fines against Everett J. Prescott Inc. More...

Police Notes

April 3  Timothy J. McElman, 47, of Route 1 in Scarborough, was arrested at 7:02 a.m. More...

Things to Do

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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 and indicate the date of your event in the reference line. More...

Interest in Pleasant Hill property heats up

Inquiries on the rise for 126-acre Benjamin Farm

For more than five years, the old Benjamin Farm on Pleasant Hill Road has been unused and the homestead on the property has continued to deteriorate.  With the economy rebounding a bit, Archie Giobbi, a broker from Great Portland Realty, the Por More...

In the Know

In the Know

Public safety awards handed out

Last Saturday the town’s public safety departments gathered for their annual joint awards ceremony to recognize outstanding work during the 2012 calendar year. More...



Food Cupboard appreciates assistance

To the editor:   On Thursday April 25, we were visited by Louise Capizzo and Celeste Shinay of the children’s section of the Scarborough Public Library.  More...

Sports Spotlight

Sports Spotlight

Versatile shortstop keys strong lineup

Stronger. Faster. More experienced. More...