December 11, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

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Holiday tips from the Scarborough Police Department

‘Tis the season.  Most of us are thinking about the holiday season that is upon us. Our minds are filled with thoughts about the upcoming busy weeks ahead.  More...

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Letters

Land for Maine’s Future is good business for the state

To the editor:   The Land for Maine’s Future program is a critical, statewide land conservation program that has helped protect thousands of acres in Maine, including projects right here in Scarborough.  Broadturn Farm, Fuller Farm, S More...

Don’t make Winnocks Neck train crossing a ‘Quiet Zone’

To the editor:  I am one of the year-round residents who use the Winnocks Neck crossing, and has since my family purchased property here in the 50s.  More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

The Leader accepts calendar listings from nonprofit organizations. Submissions must be received 10 days prior to publication. Please email your listing to editor@scarboroughleader.com and indicate the date of your event in the reference line. More...

Let’s talk

Greyson Evans, 4, of Scarborough, took some time last Saturday at Scarborough’s Santa in the Park, to tell the jolly elf just what he wanted for Christmas this year. More...

Zoning change ready for review

The planning board will debate next month a change to the Town and Village Center district (TVC) that would allow more units per building in the Oak Hill and Dunstan areas of town after the measure passed initial council review last week.  More...

Community News

Changes coming to school’s daily schedule

Flexibility at high school will enhance students’ ability to pursue areas of interest

A committee made up of residents, school leaders and students had its first meeting this week to discuss making changes to the school calendar and start times at Scarborough High School. More...

Time to submit Great Person nominations

It’s time for the Leader’s Great Person Award nominations.  Each year we ask our readers to tell us who has influenced their lives. More...

News Briefs

Council receives committee, liaison assignments   Shortly after a first-of-its-kind town council retreat to help build stronger working relationships, Council Chairman Bill Donovan handed out committee and liaison assignments to councilors at th More...

Sports Spotlight

Basketball is always there for Malone

Brooke Malone, a junior at Scarborough High School, has been playing basketball ever since she remembers and head girls basketball coach Mike Giordano will be counting on her to help lead a young and inexperienced Red Storm roster.  More...