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Biking in the rain

Tricia Mokriski, 43, of Scarborough, reacts to a sudden downpour during the bike leg of the 11th annual Tri for a Cure triathlon, Sunday, July 22, in South Portland. More...

Survivor Tri

An early wave of participants in the 11th annual Tri for a Cure triathlon, denoted by their pink caps as cancer survivors, heads out into the water Sunday, July 22, at Spring Point in South Portland. More...

On a roll

Christine Smith, 53, of Scarborough, powers up a rain-soaked hill during the bike leg of the 11th annual Tri for a Cure triathlon, Sunday, July 22, in South Portland. More...

No sale for town-owned homes

With no buyer in the wings willing to move three town-owned homes on Route 1, the structures will be torn down later this year to make way for the new $21.5 million public safety building. More...

Council adopts marijuana moratorium

The Scarborough Town Council has closed a legislative loophole that could have enabled an explosive growth spurt in retail marijuana shops.  On July 9, the state legislature overrode a veto from Gov. More...

In the Know

Understanding FEMA disaster reimbursement

Last winter President Donald Trump signed a presidential declaration authorizing public assistance for the Halloween wind/rain storm that caused widespread power outages due to significant tree damage.  Cumberland County is one of those eligible More...

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Things to Do

Scarborough Marsh Audubon Center

Summer Events  Daily Canoeing and Kayaking  Canoe/Kayak Rentals   Discover the meandering Dunstan River on self-guided exploration. Center will provide a canoe/kayak, map and life jackets.  When: Daily, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. More...

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...