March 13, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

In the News

More lots proposed for Memory Lane

A trip down Memory Lane in Scarborough may take just a bit longer if a new development planned just off Payne Road in west Scarborough materializes.  Representatives from Risbara Bros. More...

Hidden rivers

“Scarborough’s Hidden Rivers” will be the featured presentation at Scarborough Land Trust’s annual meeting 7 p.m. Thursday, March 12 at Scarborough Town Hall. More...

Police Notes

Jan. 11  Michael E. Bisson, 39, of Portland, was arrested on a warrant from another agency at 4:41 a.m. on Broadturn Road.   More...

Letters

Concerned about financial well-being

To the editor:   More...

Opinion of few people not true reflection

To the editor:   I am offended regarding your article that appeared in your paper titled “Bayview Problem Persists.”  More...

Reasonable people can resolve issues

To the editor:   I have lived in Scarborough for the past 25 years and have walked on Bayview Ave. More...

Word on the Street

BIOS has been helping Mainers weatherize their homes for years

For the last 20 years, BIOS Environments, of Westbrook, has been helping residents and business owners stay warm all winter long through BIOSenergy and rid their homes of asbestos, lead and mold through BIOSafe.  More...

Mad Science in the Summer Time!

Mad Science of Maine offers fun, innovative, active day camps to get your child excited about science! More...

Fun Summer Camp for High School Credit at The New School, Kennebunk

The New School’s Summer Camp is offering fun summer classes for grades 6 and up, as well as adults. The classes are all for credit so if your son or daughter needs high school credits, this is a fun way to do it. More...

Board gets first look at Piper Shores plan

An expansion at Piper Shores, a retirement and assisted living community near Higgins Beach, is being planned at its facility off Spurwink Road, but the plan must first pass several town hurdles.  More...

Board tackles security camera policies

Measures taken after advisory team makes recommendations

In January 2013, the Scarborough Town Council created a Health, Safety and Security Advisory Team to address safety and security issues in the schools and across town.  As a result of recommendations from that team and a $500,000 investment in t More...

Community News

New ranks earned

Students at Villari’s Self Defense Center in Scarboroubh recently earned new ranks. More...

In the Know

Cooking on Purpose

Spring time is high protein snack time

Now that we have rounded the corner into March and hopefully spring weather is very near, we can ditch the high carb snacks that we crave during the cold months.  It is time for high protein snacks for energy and weight-loss. More...

Public library rolls out new website, logo

Our logo is not the only thing that has changed recently at the Scarborough Public Library. So has our website, which has been completely redesigned to go along with some new and exciting digital offerings.  More...

TIDE CHART

HIGH LOW A.M. P.M. A.M. More...

Neighbors

Bird is the word

‘Birdology’ offers projects for children, teachers and parents

ARUNDEL — When Monica Russo was a little girl growing up in Connecticut in the 1950s, no one realized she needed glasses. More...

Things to Do

Thursday, March 12

Overeaters Anonymous, 10 a.m., West Scarborough Methodist Church on the corner of Route 1 and Church Street.  Networking meeting, 8 to 9 a.m., 360 Route 1, Willowdale Place, Scarborough. More...

Friday, March 13

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

Monday, March 16

Overeaters Anonymous, 10 a.m., West Scarborough Methodist Church on the corner of Route 1 and Church Street.  Learn to sing, 7 p.m. United Methodist Church, 52 Tuttle Road, Cumberland. More...