June 21, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

In the Know

Employees recognized for service to town

Each year the town of Scarborough recognizes their full-time municipal employees for their various contributions to the community during the course of the year.  Traditionally, the event has taken the form of a recognition dinner at the Scarboro More...

IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH OUTCOMES WITH THE HELP OF A FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE EVALUATION

It is time for all of us to ask again “why do I have this condition”? What are the underlying issues that have contributed to the onset of this condition? More...

Kindred Transitional Care and Rehabilitation

Caring for a loved one at home is taxing on the caregivers. Kindred of Kennebunk offers respite care for your loved one. Take a vacation and know your loved one is well-cared for, safe and happy; they will also be on vacation! More...

Neighbors

Neighbors

Retiree reflects on long career in district

When someone has a question about the Scarborough School District, it can safely be assumed Debbie Rideout knows the answer.  More...

Payne Road opens with new traffic pattern

Traffic moving through the Dunstan Corner will flow a little bit differently now. Earlier this week, the new Route 1 and Payne Road connection—between the Dunstan School House Restaurant and the antiques shop next door opened.  More...

Scarborough earns Class A softball title

Members of the Scarborough High School softball team have found that being odd is a good thing. Last Saturday the team won the Class A state title 9-3 over Skowhegan High School. More...

Community News

Sweet treat

On the day of second-grade graduation, June 13, students from Blue Point Primary School went to an ice cream social at Bayley’s Ice Cream to enjoy Raccoon Tracks, a flavor they helped to create More...

Retirees honored by board

Debbie Rideout was not the only retiree honored by the Board of Eduation at its June 6 meeting. More...

Letters

Dentist opposed to proposed state law

Lisa Howard Scarborough  To the editor:   More...

Thanks for supporting Scarborough schools

To the Editor:   The following remarks are my own and do not reflect the position of the Scarborough Board of Education. 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...