February 10, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

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Crowley served town with distinction

After 19-month fight, cancer claims longtime public works employee

In 1967, James (Jim) Crowley started his career with Scarborough Public Works.  During the next 50 years Jim would dedicate himself to providing excellent service to the residents of Scarborough.  He performed almost every function and oper More...

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Heat seekers

Scarborough High School Interact Club members Madeline Cox and Anna Fitzpatrick hold signs along Route 1 to divert traffic to the fire station across the street during the two-hour Keep Our Neighbors More...

Marijuana moratorium could burn for up to six months

At the November general election, voters made it clear that they supported regulating the growing, producing and selling of recreational marijuana. What is less clear, however, is how to regulate the industry in Scarborough. More...

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Council zeroes in on fireworks permit process

Full review will take place after feedback from police and fire departments

For the past six years, how to properly regulate the use of consumer grade fireworks has been on the mind of Councilor Kate St. More...

MECA student creates winning poster design for Beach to Beacon

CAPE ELIZABETH – The TD Beach to Beacon has collaborated with Maine College of Art on the design of a commemorative poster for the special 20th running of the iconic 10K road race on Aug. 5 in Cape Elizabeth, Maine.  More...

In training

Scarborough firefighter Matt Norton shows 3-year-old Scott Sebastian how to use a fire hose at the Oak Hill Fire Station during a fundraiser Saturday for Project G.R.A.C.E.’s fuel assistance program. More...