March 16, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

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Public Safety participates in national Stop the Bleed Day

The Scarborough fire and police departments are teaming up to take part in the National Stop the Bleed Day.  They will provide free bleeding control classes to the public on March 31.  The Stop the Bleed campaign is a partnership with the A More...

Letters

Important to ‘step back, recognize limitations’

To the editor: The resignation and recision of the resignation of David Creech, the Scarborough High School Principal, has generated significant controversy. It is alleged by those supporting Mr. More...

Scarborough home to new soap opera

To the editor:   Scarborough has gone from a quiet sleepy little bedroom community to a version of Days Of Our Lives on steroids as a result of the school board and the superintendent of schools.  More...

Protect health and air quality in Maine

To the editor:   The Maine Senate overwhelmingly passed LD 1444, “An Act Regarding Large-scale Community Solar Procurement,” that is critically important to both our state’s energy future and the health of Maine people.  More...

Officials react to stormwater rules

New federal and state regulations affecting stormwater runoff will go into effect this summer and Scarborough will likely have to consider increased spending on education and outreach to remain in compliance with the law. More...

Community News

Group seeks recall of board members

A group of residents have drafted petitions to recall three board of education members, with the expressed goal of securing Superintendent Julie Kukenberger’s resignation, after months of asking school administration officials to hold off on se More...

Historical society plans fundraising raffle

The Scarborough Historical Society is holding a raffle to support maintenance and repairs to the group’s more than a century old building, after a particularly harsh winter.  More...

Organization seeks puppy raisers to be ‘Guiding Eyes’

CAPE ELIZABETH – Guiding Eyes for the Blind is a nonprofit organization in Maine that through the use of volunteer puppy raisers, provides service dogs for the visually impaired.  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...