March 23, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

In the News

Police Notes

Feb. 12   Andrew K. Jordan, 26, of Legion Road in Falmouth, was issued a summons during a motor vehicle stop at 1:36 p.m. on Gorham Road for failure to register vehicle (expired 150 or more days).  More...

In the Know

Annual Easter egg hunts scheduled

Scarborough Community Services has offered some version of an Easter egg hunt for years and years, and just like everything else, we are constantly trying to improve and add to our annual special events.  This year’s event will take place More...

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Council takes up odor issue

Light and noise pollution are the two main focuses of Scarborough’s Good Neighbor Ordinance, enacted last year as a peace-keeping measure between abutting property owners. Now, odor could be added to the equation.  More...

Community News

State officials explain education program

Residents have numerous questions regarding profiency-based diploma program

State officials attended a Scarborough board of education meeting to discuss where the state was in its implementation of proficiency-based diplomas as well as the challenges they face, but residents still have many questions.  More...

Friends group collecting books for fundraiser

Annual library book sale planned for June

The Friends of Scarborough Library will hold their annual book sale at Scarborough High School in June. The date is yet to be determined due to the number of storm days within the school district, but plenty of donations are still needed.  More...

Checking for Charity set to take the ice

SOUTH PORTLAND — The puck is set to drop on the largest fundraising event of the year staged by the South Portland Professional Firefighters Union, pitting city firefighters against South Portland High School alumni in an exhibition hockey matc More...

Letters

Writers weigh in on school board, principal, superintendent

To the editor:   We are writing to express our confidence in board of education members Jodi Shea, Cari Lyford and Donna Beeley, and to speak against the recall petition.  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...