March 14, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

In the Know

Community Services to field program questions

Because we know that 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday does not always work for everyone, the staff at Scarborough Community Services is offering its first-ever summer registration and information night.  More...

Things to Do

Things to Do TIDE CHART

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Town turns to science

Effort to protect piping plovers will rely heavily on research data

Science, rather than pure emotion, is driving a new proposal on how to protect the piping plover while providing beach access to unleashed dogs in the spring and summer months.  More...

Board listens to early-release proponents

School district chooses to stay with late-start Wednesdays next year

To start late or to release early, that is the question. More...

Community News

Oak Hill improvements make headway

A series of proposals that were unveiled at last week’s Town Council meeting may soon make the heavily traveled Oak Hill intersection a safer place for both pedestrians and motorists.  More...

Wentworth furnishing decision forthcoming

With the construction of the new Wentworth School nearing completion, school officials have turned their focus from the construction of the school to what will be placed inside it.  The school district is in the midst of finding a company to pro More...

Winter of 2013-14 keeps pounding away

Officials will seek ways to offset increase in public works’ winter expenditures

This winter has taken a toll on the spirits of many residents and business owners who have spent storm after storm cleaning off vehicles and clearing snow and ice from their properties.  The non-stop winter weather has also impacted the town cof More...