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Student scholarship

Michael Ellis of Scarborough, a second-year Southern Maine Community College student, has been awarded a $1,250 scholarship from the Maine Real Estate and Development Association (MEREDA) for study d More...

Eagle Scout

Brim Peabody, 15, of Scarborough, recently completed his Eagle Scout project. More...

Sports Spotlight

Revenge is on Red Storm radar

SCARBOROUGH — The Scarborough football team has just one loss this season and the Red Storm will have a chance to avenge that setback this weekend — and this time a trip to the state championship game is on the line. No. 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...

School board is revamped

SCARBOROUGH — In a pool of 15 candidates running for the Scarborough Board of Education, Nicholas Gill, Sarah Leighton, April Sither, Amy Glidden and Alicia Giftos prevailed at the polls Tuesday.   More...

World War I: Remember in OOB on Nov. 11

One local woman is doing everything within her power to ensure that this year, on the centennial of the armistice that ended World War I, Maine honors the fallen in poignant way.  One hundred years ago, on Nov. More...

In the Know

Schools value and seek community input

The Scarborough Public School District is looking for a diverse group of community members to join our Comprehensive Needs Assessment (CNA) Planning Team. More...

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Only one chance to Downs decision right

To the editor, As of Nov. 5, the town council agenda for Nov. 7 included authorizing a special meeting for Nov. 14 to swear in newly-elected officials and to set the date for authorization of the TIFD and CEA for Wednesday, Nov. 28. More...

Wouldn’t it be nice if compromise worked

To the editor,   I have just finished reading the building update by Kevin Freeman and have a suggestion for the various committees involved.  I understand how items can exceed budgets, but I was surprised that the only items looked at for More...