August 19, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

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Police Notes

July 10 Sherry Lynn Kendrix, 36, of Taylor Street in Biddeford, was arrested on two warrants from other agencies at 1:33 a.m. on Gorham Road. More...

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Drinking water available at Dunstan Fire Station

It has certainly been an exceptional summer for weather if you’re a tourist or love outdoor activities, but the lack of rain is starting to be challenging for farmers, gardeners, and those on private wells. 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...

Improvements to Oak Hill area are moving along

The Oak Hill intersection has long been a frustrating place for motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists trying to get through it. More...

Classic cause

A few diehard car fans brave the mist and possibility of rain to take in the first Veterans Helping Veterans Car/Bike Cruise hosted by Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 1044. More...

Community News

Lemonade stand takes flight for charity

What started as a request for new flip-flops has turned into a successful community wide fundraiser to help people get to and from medical appointments. More...

Athletes of autumn

Members of Scarborough High School’s field hockey program go through conditioning drills Monday morning, the first day of fall sports. More...

Insta-classic

Zee Rowe of Lebanon photographs the engine of her custom 1955 Studebaker truck at Saturday’s Veterans Helping Veterans Car/ Bike Cruise in Scarborough. More...

Letters

Please separate garbage, recyclables

To the editor: There are two ways every household in Scarborough, or any of our cohort communities can help themselves, their community and the environment: recycling and composting. More...

Candidate is involved, engaged in community

To the editor: Let’s face it, being a legislator can be a lonely place to be. More...

Candidate understands challenges facing Maine families

To the editor: As a recent graduate of Scarborough High School, I have seen many of my good friends leave Maine on a sour note, vowing never to return. They all say the same thing: “There are no good jobs here.” More...