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Volunteers make major impact on lives

April is National Volunteer Month and like many organizations, Scarborough Terrace benefits from a handful of dedicated individuals who donate their time to work alongside staff.  More...

Tower display

The view from the end of King Street, looking across the mouth of the Nonesuch River toward Ferry Beach (above), shows a crane representing the height and location of a proposed 100-foot Verizon Wire More...

News Briefs

MTA to visit council, share study information   Representatives from the Maine Turnpike Authority will present their findings before town council about a potential widening project on Interstate 95 next month which could add a third lane between More...

Budget goal appears to be 3 percent

Town council passed the first reading of the fiscal year 2019 budget and expect to pass a budget by the second reading that has a 3 percent increase in property taxes. More...

School board recall moves ahead

Town council members unanimously voted to approve the town clerk’s certification of petitions to recall three school board members in accordance with town charter, despite many of the personal reservations many of them have voiced about the rec More...

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Weekend brings Earth Day celebrations

April brings the first signs of spring and Earth Day. Founded by Gaylord Nelson, a former United States senator from Wisconsin, the overwhelming success of Earth Day on April 22, 1970 made it an annual event that continues 47 years later.  More...

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