November 18, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Officials move in and correct vote count

While Election Day has not come and gone in Scarborough, it did not go out without a hitch. More...

In the Know

Scarborough library outlines strategic plan

The public library board of trustees would like to thank the community of Scarborough for its help in developing a Strategic Plan for 2017 - 2019. More...

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Cooking on Purpose

How do you like them fall apples?

Abundance of fresh, crisp apples is one of my favorite things during the fall season. And, we certainly have a bounty of them this year. More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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Meal to celebrate ‘spirit’ of the holiday

Wentworth School is the site of the first open Thanksgiving dinner in Scarborough

Day in and day out, students at Wentworth School head to the school cafeteria for lunch – an opportunity to refuel and connect with friends. Next week, the cafeteria will host a much different clientele.  More...

Horses on the Beach? Sometimes

Town council may review the little-known ordinance

Over the past few years, town council discussion has centered on two animals common at Scarborough beaches: the piping plover, a state endangered shorebird and dogs.  Now, members of the town council may be looking into how to better regulate ho More...

Community News

On the clock: Improvements at Pine Point

Target are the several ‘conflict points’ at the Pine Point Road/ East Grand Avenune intersection

For years the Pine Point Road/East Grand Avenue and King Street intersection has been a confusing place for tourists and beach-goers as they navigate their way to Pine Point Beach. More...

Breakfast with veterans

Carmen Carter, a resident of Bellavita at Scarborough on Black Point Road, sits with resident program coordinator Emily Chase and her husband Scott, both veterans, during the facility’s Veteran More...

November is... National Diabetes Awareness Month

How to lower blood-sugar levels without medication

Diabetes is a disorder in which the body cannot properly store and use the energy found in food. To be more specific, diabetes compromises the body’s ability to use glucose. More...

Sports Spotlight

Red (and blue) letter day

Cheverus High School senior Emily Turner (above middle) poses with soccer coach Craig Roberts, athletic director Gary Hoyt, assistant track coach Liana Rubinoff and head track coach Steve Virgilio af More...