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Police Notes

April 20   A juvenile male, 17, of Scarborough, was issued a summons at 4:47 p.m. on Gallery Boulevard for theft by unauthorized taking or transfer (shoplifting).  April 21   More...

In the Know

Scarborough Public Library kicks off summer reading program

Ah, sweet summer. It’s nearly here. Though students have a few weeks of school before summer vacation, parents, teachers and librarians across the country have been preparing for the change of pace that summer offers.  More...

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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...

Comp plan update is underway

This time next year, the town will be on the verge of unveiling a new comprehensive plan to guide the vision and direction of the town for the next decade.  Between now and then, however, there will be a lengthy process of getting input from tow More...

Middle school principal stepping down

Hathorn will move to principal at Pleasant Hill Primary School

Barbara Hathorn will step down as middle school principal at the end of this school year after eight years in the position, but won’t be headed far. More...

Community News

Listen up Nebraska, corn-husking record resides in Maine

Through the years, many Scarborough athletes have staked claim to school or state athletic records, but one Scarborough man has proven he is world class, at least in a very niche skill set.  More...

Student nutrition, wellness get a boost

The school nutrition program, middle school general fund and the high school general fund received financial boosts last month thanks to three area organizations.  More...

Concerns raised over music approvals

Live music and entertainment will be offered at a number of Scarborough businesses over the course of the next year, including several restaurants in Pine Point, despite some resident concern.  More...

Letters

Internship coordinator position is critical

To the editor:   As a career counselor, I often encounter recent college graduates and other young adults who have little commitment to a career direction.  On further reflection, I often find that they have participated in very few career More...

Budget process was collaborative effort

To the editor:   Over the past two years the joint finance committee has worked hard to create a healthier relationship between the town council and board of education and to engage our community in the budget process.  More...