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Police Notes

July 4   Benjamin J. Rupert, 18, of Old Neck Road in Scarborough, was arrested during a motor vehicle stop at 6:47 a.m. near Route 1 and Old Blue Point Road for failing to stop for officer (upon request or signal).  More...

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Record numbers for fire-rescue program

A record high 41 new Southern Maine Community College students have been selected to serve as live-in students at fire stations in 17 area municipalities for the 2016-17 academic year. More...

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Soccer stars raise funds for Special Olympics

All-star games pit top seniors from SMAA, WMC

WESTBOOK – A group of athletes from as far west as Fryeburg and as far south as York came together Tuesday to play soccer at Westbrook High School, but the game, which featured some of the top talent in the state, was about much more than just More...

Community News

Board hones in on changes to abuse policy

New requirements will create an additional ‘notice of action’

The board of education is well on its way toward making changes to a policy that would change the way child abuse and neglect is reported for the 2016-2017 school year.  Last week the board passed at first reading, an amendment to the Reporting More...

School district hires new staff

With the new school year just weeks away, the board of education approved the hiring of 12 new staff members to fill vacancies caused by retirement, resignation or new positions at Scarborough High School, Scarborough Middle School and Wentworth Scho More...

Chamber aid

Art Dillon, left, vice president of Scarborough Community Chamber of Commerce, presents Scarborough Police Chief Robbie Moulton with a $1,000 check for Operation HOPE at the July 7 concert at Memoria More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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