September 15, 2017 RSS feed / Community News

Candidates lined up for education posts

The Board of Education will have two new faces on it this winter filling the seats of Christine Massengill, who resigned in June after moving to Florida and Kelly Murphy, who chose not to run after six years on the board, including the past year as c More...

Council puts temporary sign rules in place

Time limit is six weeks and environmentally sensitive areas remain off limits

With the nomination period now in the rear view mirror, the November election season is officially underway and candidates for town council, school board and sanitary district will have to abide by a new set of rules. More...

Cape officials warn of damage-causing moth

CAPE ELIZABETH – Winter month, an invasive moth first introduced into North America from Europe in the 1970s and seen in the New England area for the last 15 years, has come to Cape Elizabeth, stripping many trees of their greenery, leaving the More...

Council: Consideration on foam ban still needs work

CAPE ELIZABETH – The town council is expected to put into place an ordinance that bans polystyrene foam use and sale in town and levy a 5 cent fee to a customer who uses a single use paper or plastic bag for their purchases, but decided Monday to sen More...

Pine Point residents purchase radar sign

Citing excessive speed in the neighborhoods, the sign is donated to Scarborough Police Department

For many months of the year, the Pine Point area of town is a quiet beachside community, but during the summer months, with tourists and beachgoers, it becomes a much busier place.  More...

St. James to celebrate 25 years with Mass, open house

BIDDEFORD – A special Mass Sunday, Sept. 17 at St. Joseph Church in Biddeford will be an opportunity for the community’s Catholic school students to come home. More...

U.S. Cellular seeks Most Valuable Coach nominees

U.S. Cellular’s Most Valuable Coach program returns to honor high school coaches who lead by example, strengthen their teams and give back to their communities. More...

Board updates graduation requirement

The board of education has updated the graduation requirement policy for freshmen, the first class that will graduate from Scarborough High School with a proficiency-based diploma. More...