February 5, 2013 RSS feed / Local

Bowdoin’s top earner holds post in finance

BRUNSWICK — Bowdoin’s 13 most highly-paid employees saw increases in their compensation in 2010. More...

Ice fishing derby Sunday in Phippsburg

PHIPPSBURG — The 14th annual Phippsburg Sportsmen’s Association Ice Fishing Derby will be held Sunday, Feb. 10. The derby is held on Sagadahoc County waters from daylight to 4 p.m. Weighin is noon to 4 p.m. More...

New co-editors for Georgetown Tide

GEORGETOWN — Rich Start and Robin Doak will work as the new co-editors of The Georgetown Tide, a publication of the Georgetown Historical Society. Start and Doak succeed editor Sue Ludgin and are working on the April-May issue. More...

Autopsy in case of woman’s death

BRUNSWICK — Brunswick police are investigating a sudden death reported early Saturday. Deputy Chief Marc Hagan said a 37-year-old woman was found dead by a family member in her Hacker Road home. Police were called to the home at 7:13 a.m. More...

West Bath man faces weapon charge

BRUNSWICK A West Bath man was arrested Saturday night for allegedly carrying a concealed weapon in a Gurnet Road business without a permit. More...

Bath studying rules on chickens

BATH People living within city limits who might like to have a few laying hens on the property have been pretty much out of luck. The prospects of owning chickens on lots of fewer than 2 acres, however, appear to be a bit brighter. More...

Topsham planners review blasting

TOPSHAM The Topsham Planning Board will meet tonight to consider an application for a blasting permit submitted by Harry C. Crooker and Sons. More...

LePage to speak at Lincoln Day Dinner

BATH — Gov. Paul LePage will be the featured speaker at the Lincoln Day Dinner, scheduled for Feb. 16 at Kennebec Tavern on Commercial Street. To attend, an RSVP response is required by Feb. 13. More...

DeChant offers Bath public forum

BATH — State Rep. Jennifer DeChant, D-Bath, will hold public office hours, 9 to 10:30 a.m. Feb. 9, at Café Creme, Front and Centre streets. More...

Legislature lauds Georgetown vet

GEORGETOWN The Legislature has honored John “Jack” Swift, a World War II veteran and Georgetown resident who passed away Jan. 5 at age 90. More...