May 5, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

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Public safety awards night

Each spring the police, fire and emergency service employees gather for our annual Public Safety Awards Night. More...

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E haul

Residents of Scarborough recycled electronic waste such as microwaves, televisions, computers, printers and other electronics last Saturday as part of First Congregational Church’s annual elect More...

Chief hopes to keep program up and running

Scarborough Police never saw Operation HOPE (Heroin Opioid Prevention Efforts) – a program set up in October 2015 to help those addicted to heroin and opiates to get the help they need – as a permanent solution, but rather as a short-term More...

Community News

Council continues review of school, municipal budgets

The Scarborough Board of Education unanimously adopted a leaner budget for the 2017- 2018 school year with little fanfare or comment from the public in a meeting last week. More...

Letters

Blinded by the light

To the editor:   I recently learned that a member of SMARTaxes approached the Scarborough Leader requesting space for an opinion column.  That request was turned down.  More...

About letters

The Leader encourages readers to submit letters to the editor. Email is the preferred method for transmitting letters of no more than 350 words to editor@scarboroughleader.com. Deadline is noon on Mondays.   More...

Sports Spotlight

Versatility is Red Storm catcher’s calling card

Scarborough High School seniors Hannah Ricker and Lilly Volk have a bond that transcends that of the typical catcher-pitcher relationship. More...