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Public safety community dialogue planned

As chairman of the Public Safety Building Committee I wanted to update everyone on the status of this important project and invite the public to a special event we have planned for Wednesday, June 14.  The building committee has been diligently More...

Sports Spotlight

Storm boys capture second straight track title

WATERBORO — It didn’t take the Scarborough boys’ outdoor track team very long to show the other 23 teams it was the team to beat at the Class A state championship at Massabesic High School last Saturday.  More...

Mr. King goes to Scarborough

U.S. Sen. Angus King spoke to 200 eighth-graders at Scarborough Middle School Friday, June 2 about leadership, civility in politics and the day-to-day work he does in the Senate. More...

Funding to fix roads is hard to find

With 54-square miles of roadway in Scarborough to keep up with, there always seems to be a road improvement on the Department of Public Works’ to-do list. More...

Community News

School district salutes retiring staff members

As teachers and students begin to prepare for the end of school and say farewell to each other until late August when the 2017-2018 school year begins, the board of education took some time last week to say goodbye to more than a dozen educators who More...

Board begins review process for ‘lifestyle’ gym

Facility is proposed for 8.8 acre site on Haigis Parkway

For years Haigis Parkway was envisioned as the perfect location for an office park. More...

Scarborough Public Library to screen ‘To Light a Candle’

The film “To Light a Candle” will have a free public screening at Scarborough Library on Sunday, June 11 at 4 p.m.  The film by Iranian-Canadian journalist and filmmaker Maziar Bahari, chronicles the lives of Baha’is in Iran an More...

Letters

Town obscures school budget increase

To the editor:   It’s not easy for Scarborough residents to understand the school budget they are being asked to approve or reject on June 13.  That’s because town officials have been less than clear about exactly what residents More...

Dig deeper into details of the budget

To the editor:   I would like to encourage the Scarborough community to dig a little deeper into the details and vote no on the budget referendum.  This budget reflects the shell game that has been used in presenting the past several budge 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...