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Empowerment key to chronic conditions

Southern Maine Agency on Aging, Scarborough Public Library to host series of classes on dealing with chronic pain

Relief is on the way for Scarborough residents living with chronic diseases and pain thanks to Southern Maine Agency on Aging and Scarborough Public Library.  More...

Town officials: Reval is coming

Scarborough is overdue for a revaluation of property throughout town and plans to fix that this summer to ensure the tax burden is spread evenly among property owners.  The town hired Haverhill, Massachusetts based KRT Appraisal to reassess com More...


Compromise needed in school start time talks

To the editor:   This letter is not to dispute the many articles written and studies performed about the needs of adolescents to start school later than 8:30 a.m. More...

Officials prep for Gorham Rd. work

Unitil Corporation will begin replacing natural gas pipes along Gorham Road this month. Significant disruption to local traffic and school buses is expected. More...

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A week dedicated to nation’s public safety dispatchers

Each year, the second full week of April is dedicated to the men and women who serve as public safety telecommunicators.  More...


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Things to Do

Things to Do

Friday, April 6   Kiwanis meeting, noon, The Egg and I restaurant, 103 Route 1, Scarborough. Public welcome. FMI, call Joyce Leary Clark at 329- 8488, or email joyce@southernmainelaw.com.  More...