January 18, 2019 RSS feed / Front Page

Community News

Scouts on the set

In December, as part of one of its adventures, Den 6, from Pack 47 in Scarborough, visited WGME Channel 13 for a live viewing of the evening news. More...

Obituaries

Kenneth Rauschke

Kenneth H. Rauschke, 86, of Scarborough, passed away peacefully at home with his three “girls” by his side after many years of battling brave fights with multiple health challenges. 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...

Temporary closing for frozen yogurt shop

Two premium frozen yogurt shops in Biddeford and Scarborough are closed temporarily as its parent company searches for a new franchisee to take over operations.  The Biddeford and Scarborough locations of sweetFrog were surrendered by franchisee More...

Chilly reception for zoning proposal

Piper Shores retirement community is seeking approval to build 52 new residences across the street from its 138-acre facility.  But in a workshop Wednesday night, some town councilors said they are wary of granting the contract zone amendment th More...

In the Know

Work ‘progressing smoothly’ on Public Safety building

Work is progressing smoothly at the public safety building site, with blasting operations wrapping up in the next several days and concrete foundations starting next week.  Although the weather has been a challenge, the critical path work tasks More...

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Sports Spotlight

Girls’ soccer players at greatest risk for concussions

Twelve years of national data shows concussions happen more frequently in girls’ soccer than in any other high school sport

Joe Schwartzman has seen it as a father and an athletic director: Concussions happen frequently in girls’ soccer. More...