March 3, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

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Business organizations provide resources for residents

No one will be surprised that our local business organizations provide great services to the business community. More...

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Letters

Fate of Avenue 2 Extension is in hands of town councilors

To the editor:   More...

Contact councilors about retaining Avenue 2 rights

To the editor:   I urge the citizens of Scarborough to contact their town councilors and tell them to hold firm on retaining the public’s rights to fully use Avenue 2 Extension, as it extends from King Street to Pine Point Beach.  More...

Prelim plans for apartment complex approved

Council will consider contract zone amendment

A proposal to create a 288-unit multi-family neighborhood at 259 Payne Road will head back to the council for contract zone approval after the planning board approved Devine Capital’s preliminary site plan last week. More...

Operation HOPE seeks grant

Community development grant would assist with treatment and transportation costs

Operation HOPE (Heroin-Opiate Prevention Effort), the Scarborough Police Department’s response to the opioid and opiate epidemic in the area, was never intended to be a permanent solution to the issue, but rather a stop gap until something more More...

Community News

Middle school is next pick to click refresh

Board of Education hears proposal for updated tech plan

Now in the second year of providing every student at the high school with laptops and undergoing a technology upgrade at the three primary schools, the town’s information services department is turning its attention to Scarborough Middle School More...

Board reviews proposal for subdivision

It is a densely wooded piece of property now, but Matthew Chamberlain sees a 22-acre parcel he is in the midst of securing, a perfect place for a new subdivision and was before the planning board last week to offer his sketch plan.  More...

Where’d the snow go?

Before the big thaw of the past 10 days, Bob Leger pulls his 6-year-old daughter, Eve, during the Human Dog Sled at Scarborough WinterFest 2017. 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...