April 4, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Town seeks staffing boost

The fiscal 2015 budget includes something other town budgets in recent years have lacked. More...

In the Know

In the Know

Recently there have been a number of news stories about carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning including one that occurred Feb. 23 in Ogunquit. More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

Friday, April 4   Book launch/review, 3 p.m., Scarborough Public Library. Features “The Other Way Around” by Sashi Kaufman. Free and open to the public. FMI, call 883-4723, option 3.  More...

Downs officials in ‘wait-and-see’ mode

Scarborough Downs officials are searching for new ways to potentially bring casino gambling to the harness racing facility now that a piece of legislation that could have allowed it has been nixed at the state house.  More...

Hockey is always in season

The spring sports season officially opened this week, but three members of the Scarborough girls’ hockey team are not ready to give up their hockey season quite yet.  Alyssa Hulst, Devan Kane and Kristen Murray, and the rest of their Portl More...

In the News

Beach patrol changes ‘eminent’

The Scarborough Police Department may grow, if a request for an additional patrol position gets funded, but Police Chief Robert Moulton has not made a request in his budget to provide more animal control enforcement at the town beaches.  More...

Club ready for seasonal transition

A local snowmobile club is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year and preparing to make the seasonal transition toward hosting its popular summer activities.  The Saco Pathfinders Snowmobile Club, a member of the Maine Snowmobile Association More...

Council reacts to budget proposal

Taxpayers may be looking at a 6.73 percent increase to the tax rate if the $77.1 gross town budget proposed by Town Manager Tom Hall and Superintendent of Schools George Entwistle materializes. More...