July 4, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Neighbors

Book offers ‘care and support’ for families

Caring for an elderly parent is not an easy task, but caring for one that has Alzheimer’s, disease dementia or some other memory loss disease can make things even harder.  Susan DeWitt Wilder is hoping a new book, “Chicken Soup for t More...

Sports Spotlight

Former Storm standout bouncing back

Ben Wessel, a former baseball standout at Scarborough High School, didn’t let a season-ending injury suffered halfway through his senior year in 2012 stop him from pursuing his dream to play professional baseball.  More...

Road Races

Sunday, July 6  Texas Roadhouse Homes for Troops 5K, 6 p.m., Texas Roadhouse, 600 Gallery Blvd., Scarborough. FMI or to register, visit www.3craceproductions.com. Saturday, July 12  More...

Plover populace prospers

Numerous adult pairs and chicks in Scarborough and Old Orchard Beach

It is turning out to be a good summer to be a piping plover on Scarborough beaches. Ryan Wynne, the town’s beach monitoring coordinator, said as of late June, both Pine Point and Higgins Beach have active piping plovers.  More...

After sizzling start, fireworks sales even out

This summer marks the third Fourth of July since Gov. More...

In the Know

Eagle Cane project recognizes disabled veterans

In January 2004, while watching a news segment about our nations wounded post-9/11 veterans, Jack Nitz ,a member of the Eastern Oklahoma Woodcarver’s Association realized that there was something he as a woodcarver and cane maker could do to in More...

Obituaries

Jack Cowie Jr.

Jack Barron Cowie Jr., resident of Scarborough, lovingly known as ‘PopPop’ by his grandchildren, passed from this earth in search of his true love, Joy Rogers Cowie, who preceded him in death by 27 years.  More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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