March 7, 2014 RSS feed / In the News

Long-awaited energy project approved

Natural gas-powered facility to produce energy needs for town hall

An initiative underway right now could result in long-term benefits for both Scarborough’s municipal and school operations.  More...

Police Notes

Jan. 31  Joel D. Palmer, 23, of Militia Lane in Scarborough, was issued a summons during a motor vehicle stop at 7:38 a.m. on Gorham Road for operating a motor vehicle without a license (resident for more than 90 days).  More...

Portland Museum of Art to feature students’ work

In celebration of National Youth Art Month in March, the Portland Museum of Art, in collaboration with the Maine Art Education Association, has organized an exhibition of artwork created by Maine art students.  This year celebrates the 34th anni More...

Civic Center officials save nameplates

Nearly 2,000 were sold as part of a 1976-77 fundraiser and were fastened to seatbacks

PORTLAND — A new renovated Cumberland County Civic Center has been open to the public for nearly three weeks now, ushering in a new era for the 37-year-old arena. More...

Slope champs

The Scarborough Middle School ski team won the girls’ alpine state championships at Shawnee Peak. More...

Road Race Calendar

Southern Maine road race events. Email race information to editor@scarboroughleader.com or editor@kennebunkpost.com.  Sunday, March 16   Kerrymen Pub 5K, noon, Route 1, Saco. Mary’s Walk charity event. FMI, call 229-4377.  More...

Honor Roll

Scarborough High School

Second quarter  Seniors   HIGH HONORS: Mary Cleary, Alec Cohen, Mitchell Eaton, Amanda Fitzpatrick, Christopher Graef, Erica Hanson, Margareta Ianosi-Irimie, Lauren Piper, Charles Raybine, Morgan Rodway, Marissa Stahl-Hodgkins and Sadie Tir More...