March 22, 2019 RSS feed / Front Page

Community News

Community News

Scarborough narrowly defeats Cowley County Scarborough Fish and Game Association edged out Cowley County 4-H 1,246-1,230 in the National Air Pistol League. Their second win in a row. More...

Maple mania

Maine Maple Sunday is at hand and Atria Scarborough residents were treated to a visit from Clark Cole, whose family farm is located in Dayton and has had a maple syrup operation since the 1940s. More...

Scarborough Land Trust begins Kids Hike program

SCARBOROUGH – Scarborough Land Trust announced a series of hikes for kids and their caregivers at Libby River Farm Preserve.  The hikes are led by a local educator and will take place over the course of the spring season.  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...

Eastern Trail is marathon beneficiary

Bob Dunfey, volunteer race director for the Maine Marathon, Half Marathon and Relay, announced that the Eastern Trail Alliance will be one of the five primary beneficiaries of this year’s event. The marathon is scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 6. More...

Beach horseback riding slumps

New ordinance sends riders to other locations

SCARBOROUGH — Town officials say it has been a quiet year for horseback riding on the beach after a new ordinance requirement convinced many riders, including the owner of a local equestrian center, to look elsewhere for their riding experience More...

In the Know

Changes coming to the town’s recycling program

We’ve been talking about recycling a lot these days, and for good reason – changes in recycling throughout the world are effecting us here in Maine. More...

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Letters

How about limiting spending?

To the editor,   I would like to weigh in on the Scarborough council’s message to manager: Limit tax hike to 3 percent.  This is disingenuous at best, and just plain dishonest at worst. More...

Sports Spotlight

Proposed bill challenges MPA rule

A bill would prevent the Maine Principals’ Association from stopping high school athletes from participating in out-of-schedule events

While many of his peers are resting up from the end of the winter sports season and gearing up for spring this weekend, Maranacook senior Luke Bartol will be in Fort Kent, skiing in the Eastern High School Nordic Championships. More...