January 31, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

In the Know

In the Know

With the coldest weeks of winter upon us, and the economic outlook still bleak, the need to help with basic necessitates is great for families struggling to put food on the table and keep furnaces running.  More...

Neighbors

After 34 years, assistant director retires

It was a bittersweet goodbye for Susan Winch last week as she passed through the doors of the Scarborough Public Library for the last time as an employee.  Winch, the library’s assistant director and network administrator, retired after 34 More...

WinterFest 2014

Eight-year-old Grayce Soucy of Scarborough launches a milk jug in the curling event at Saturday’s annual Scarborough WinterFest. More...

Sawyer Road proposal approved

Planning board gives preliminary OK to Sawgrass Subdivsion

The Planning Board has given its preliminary approval to another subdivision on Sawyer Road.  On Monday, Jan. More...

Community News

WinterFest 2014

Ali Mokriski, 9, of Scarborough, takes her sister, Kate, 6, for a fast ride in the human dogsled races during Saturday’s Winter- Fest. (Kevin A. Byron photo) More...

Budgets: Superintendents speak out

School budget planning is like ‘three-way vice’

In coming weeks, school departments across the state will begin rolling out budgets to be reviewed and scrutinized by elected officials and voters.  The process of establishing a school budget can be an arduous task for superintendents because m More...

Entertainment Seems to Always Include Food!

The center piece of any gathering can be anything from a delicious beef roast to an easy and flavorful spiral ham. When your entertaining includes some home-cooked food we are here to help. 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...