October 2, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

In the News

Police Notes

July 23   Benjamin R. Martin, 22, of Portland, was issued a summons during a motor vehicle stop at 1:11 a.m. near Payne Road and Cabela Boulevard for operating under the influence (alcohol).  More...

Letters

Adult bullies are sending a ‘mixed message’

To the editor:   We are living in a community, which is being divided on issue after issue by adult bullies. More...

Candidate was a ‘consensus builder’ during budget season

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Election is important for the future of Scarborough

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Board to analyze budget process

Officials outline key focus areas for the coming year

Just as teachers assign homework to Scarborough students, the Board of Education met last month to come up with topics it would like to tackle for the current school year.  Not surprisingly, among those topics is finding better ways to communica More...

Community News

Final push begins for construction projects

Won’t be long before weather becomes a factor in when and how much work can be done

With fall officially here, local and state officials are hoping to have construction projects around town completed before the snow starts flying.  Scarborough Public Works Director Mike Shaw said his department is hard at work getting what need More...

School lunches feature local flavor

Scarborough school district celebrates Maine Harvest Lunch idea every day

Last week school districts across the state celebrated Maine Harvest Lunch Week to promote locally grown foods, but Scarborough School Nutrition Program Director Peter Esposito said every day is a celebration of local foods in the town’s school More...

Community News

Land trust dedicates Pleasant Hill Preserve   More than 80 people gathered under bright, sunny skies on Saturday morning, Sept. 26, to attend Scarborough Land Trust’s dedication of Pleasant Hill Preserve.  More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

Thursday, Oct. 1   Overeaters Anonymous, 10 a.m., West Scarborough Methodist Church on the corner of Route 1 and Church Street.  Friday, Oct. 2   More...