February 13, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

In the News

Council adds preservation to list of goals

Last week, Town Councilors finalized a list of things they would like to accomplish by year’s end.  More...

Council to check use of school savings

In November 2011, voters approved up to $39 million to construct a new Wentworth School. More...

School Board approves contract

After two years of negotiations, custodians and food service workers in the Scarborough schools finally have an updated contact. More...

Letters

Help shoveling out hydrants appreciated

To the editor:   I would like to thanks those people who took the time to shovel out fire hydrants near their homes.  More...

Things to Do

Friday, Feb. 13

Kiwanis meeting, noon, The Egg and I restaurant, 103 Route 1, Scarborough. Public welcome. FMI, call Ava Adams at 883-2634.   More...

Saturday, Feb. 14

Valentine Dinner, 6 p.m., West Scarborough United Methodist Church, Route 1, Scarborough. Menu includes lasagna, salad, bread, chocolate desserts, sparkling cider. FMI or to reserve tickets, call 883-2814.   More...

Sunday, Feb. 15

Violin music, 9:30 a.m., St. Nicholas Church, Scarborough. Syrian violinist and conductor, Aban Zirikly, will provide violin music for the morning service. Zirikly is originally from Damascus, Syria and has performed as a soloist around the world. More...

Despite storm, dispatch rolls forward

Public Safety Center begins to take calls from Old Orchard Beach

Mother Nature couldn’t delay the opening of a newly configured Scarborough Public Safety Center early last week. More...

Community News

School leadership positions are filled

After conducting a nationwide search for a new Wentworth School principal last year, the Scarborough School District fell short of attracting the right candidate.  More...

Pine Point concerns aired

A dredging of the Scarborough River was completed in January, but Peter Slovinsky, a marine geologist with the Maine Geological Survey, told Town Councilors last week that future dredges will be needed to remove the buildup of sand in the area.  More...

In the Know

Fuel assistance rally planned for Valentine’s Day

When the polar vortex swoops into the state, and a blustery nor’easter drops two feet of snow on coastal towns like ours, we know how to bundle up, dig out, and lend a hand to a neighbor when it matters most.  More...

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