January 18, 2012 RSS feed / Local

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L.L. Bean kicks off centennial shindig

BRUNSWICK — L.L. Bean’s signature boot is taking off. Really. More...

Stabbing cuts short cousins’ spat in Bath

BATH — A 32- year- old Brunswick man was stabbed Friday night during a fight with his cousin at their grandmother’s home on Office Drive. More...

Harpswell incumbents to seek re-election

HARPSWELL — An incumbent selectwoman and school board member are the lone candidates who have submitted nomination papers in Harpswell with a week to go before the filing deadline. More...

Armory board workshop set

BATH — The City Council will hold a workshop at 6 p.m. Thursday to discuss bylaws of a board of directors created in December to manage the former National Guard Armory building now owned by the city. More...

Overnight burglary suspect arrested

BRUNSWICK — Brunswick police arrested a 20-year-old man early Monday morning and charged him with burglary after he allegedly broke into two local businesses. More...

Pownal house fire quickly quelled

POWNAL — Firefighters from five towns responded to a fire at a two-story Pownal farmhouse late Saturday night, after a resident reported smoke coming from the basement. More...

Dementia support group meets Thursday on Baribeau Drive

BRUNSWICK — A dementia support group meets from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p. m. the third Thursday of each month in the Community Room of the Mid Coast Senior Health Center, 58 Baribeau Drive. A meeting will take place this Thursday. More...

Dryer lint caused Bath apartment blaze

BATH — A dryer vent clogged with lint triggered a fire Monday night that left the occupants of three apartments in Bath without a home. More...

Vandals work over ATM, but get no money

BATH — An automated teller machine at Savings Bank of Maine in the Bath Shopping Center was vandalized overnight Tuesday, but no cash was stolen, police said this morning. More...