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A solution we can live with

An open letter to residents of Scarborough:   As the budget debate moves into the dog days of summer, everyone involved agrees that the ongoing budget debate is dividing our community.  More...

Letters

Support of book sale appreciated

To the editor:   The Friends of the Scarborough Library would like to thank the many dedicated volunteers and book sale patrons who helped make the 2015 Book Sale a success.  During the annual four-day event, hundreds came to the library l More...

Many wrinkles to beach changing issue

The Town Council may soon decide how parking is regulated along Bayview Avenue at Higgins Beach in future beach seasons.  More...

Community News

Sweet, Haven’s hits 100

A business with Scarborough connections that started in a private kitchen in Portland is celebrating 100 years of curing Maine’s sweet tooth.  Haven’s Candies, which has had a location in the Gateway Shoppes on Expedition Drive for t More...

Council OKs food processor use in effort to boost Haigis

For years town officials have been waiting to see Haigis Parkway filled with a collection of retail and commercial uses, but outside of the development near Payne Road and a couple properties closer to Route 1, the parcels along the roadway have larg More...

Kath Bartlett, MS, LAc of Bartlett Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine is an Expert that You Want To Use!

In October, 2012 a meta-analysis reviewing 29 high quality trials of acupuncture for pain treatment was published in the Archives of Internal Medicine. More...

Sports Spotlight

West is the best

Andrew Simons (29), a defensive end from Scarborough High School, greets West squad teammates before the annual Lobster Bowl Classic last weekend in Biddeford. More...