October 25, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

In the News

Four candidates vie for two council seats

Jean-Marie Caterina, William Donovan, Carol Rancourt and incumbent Judy Roy are vying for two 3-year terms on the Scarborough Town Council. The election will be held from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 5 at Scarborough High School. More...

Letters

Vote to maintain quality of schools, preserve resources

To the editor:   I am writing in support of Jean-Marie Caterina for Town Council. I have known Jean-Marie for two years. She is very knowledgeable about issues that affect our town.  More...

Candidates have ‘grasp’ of town issues and budget

To the editor:   Election Day is soon upon us and the Scarborough Town Council needs a desperate makeover. There are two candidates who stand far above the rest and will make a real difference for Scarborough.  More...

Leash law concerns and possible solution offered

To the editor:   To the members of the Scarborough Town Council:  My name is Tracy Tischler. More...

Council declines review of dog leash ordinance

Changes to the animal control ordinance will have to come through a citizen’s petition after the council failed last week to review amendments to the ordinance. More...

Community News

Former nickname is back ... on Facebook

A group of Scarborough alumni create ‘Redskins Pride’ group

The power of social media and a farm stand in Scarborough have provided an opportunity for the legacy of the Scarborough Redskins to continue on.  A group, Scarborough Redskins Pride, emerged on Facebook to honor the Redskin name. More...

In the Know

Police work with Trauma Intervention Program

For a number of years now the Scarborough Police and Fire Departments have been working with an outstanding group called the Trauma Intervention Program or TIP. TIP is a national volunteer program that was founded in 1985. More...

Neighbors

Doctor sets sights on NYC

CAPE ELIZABETH — When Erin Dawson-Chalat runs the ING New York City Marathon Sunday, Nov. 3, she won’t have a watch to track her time. More...

Sports Spotlight

Youth football teams unite

The Scarborough Youth Football team (grades two to six and approximately 175 players) rallied support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

Thursday, Oct. 24   Oom pah pah music, 2 p.m., Scarborough Terrace, 600 Commerce Drive, Scarborough. Oktoberfest German Band. Limited seating, call for reservation. FMI, call 885-5568.  More...