February 19, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

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Scarborough Public Safety hosts rally for fuel assistance

Even with the welcome drop in oil prices, and relatively mild winter so far, many still worry about how to heat a drafty home or stretch an already tight budget to buy extra fuel. Our friends and neighbors at Project G.R.A.C.E. More...

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Sports Spotlight

High school teams compete in state finals

Boys’ indoor track captures Class A state championship

While many Scarborough High School students were on vacation this week, many others were busy across Maine trying to bring Class A trophies back home. More...

Alarm bell tolls for later school start times

SCARBOROUGH – Over the last year many area school districts have been looking into starting later in an effort to ensure students, especially adolescents, are getting enough sleep to be productive in the classroom and healthier in life. More...

High school shakes down some Thunder

In the early 2000s, shortly after Scarborough High School changed from the Redskins to Red Storm, the Native American headdress logo and mascot were retired forever.  Last week, 15 years after the transition, a Red Storm mascot was officially un More...

Community News

Elder rec eyed as possible use of tower site

It may be covered in snow now, but the former water tower site just off Route 1 between Scarborough High School and Bangor Savings Bank may be developed into a senior recreation area in the near future. More...

The best (and worst) foods for heart health

No one wants to hear from their doctors that they have joined the millions of people across the globe to be diagnosed with heart disease. More...

Art of Awareness

At Art of Awareness, we believe that true wellness comes from caring for mind, spirit, and body. More...

Letters

Sponsors of cheering invitational appreciated

To the editor:   We want to thank our generous sponsors for their help in supporting the Scarborough Cheering Invitational.  Thanks go out to:  More...

Obituaries

Regina Gross-Armstrong

Regina Gross-Armstrong of Scarborough passed away peacefully at her home with her daughter by her side on Feb. 9, 2016. She was 90 years old.  More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

Thursday, Feb. 18 Scarborough Garden Club meeting, 12:30 p.m., Hillcrest Retirement Center rec hall, Scarborough. Topic will be invasive and foreign plants. Guests welcome. FMI, call 510-1371. More...