February 21, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

In the Know

First week of February is Burn Awareness Week

The first week in February each year is designated as Burn Awareness Week. This is a good time to talk with your family about burn prevention and how to avoid scalds.  Nearly 500,000 people in the U.S. More...

Neighbors

Teacher ready for release of first book

Sashi Kaufman, a science and English teacher at Scarborough Middle School, learned to love reading at a young age. More...

Sports Spotlight

Boys’ track team wins fourth straight title

Relay team qualifies for New Balance Indoor Nationals

The Scarborough boys’ indoor track team has, once again, proved it is made up of some of the best runners in the state.   The Red Storm captured their fourth straight Class A indoor track title by earning 91.3 points. More...

Between friends, a kidney transplant

Friendship can be a powerful thing. More...

Developer gets zoning change for 2.5-acre lot

The Eastern Village subdivision may be moving closer to the Westwood Avenue neighborhood, but residents in the area are hoping traffic from the development does not traverse past their homes.  Kerry Anderson, the developer of Eastern Village, is More...

Community News

Honor Roll

Katherine Fitzgibbons, a sixth-grader at Scarborough Middle School, made the first and second quarter honor roll.   More...

Puck drops here

Scarborough High School sophomore Joey Sarandrea cheers after dropping the puck at the Scarborough Cheverus game Tuesday, Feb. 11. More...

Scarborough Rotary Club honors students for citizenship

Two middle school eighth-graders received Scarborough Rotary Club’s Student of the Quarter Awards on Feb. 4. Anna Chase was the recipient for first quarter and Felicia O’Reilly for second quarter 2013-2014.  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...