April 1, 2013 RSS feed / Local

West Bath educators lauded at conference

WEST BATH — West Bath Elementary School faculty were honored recently at an Expeditionary Learning conference in Baltimore. More...

Brunswick cruiser involved in wreck

BRUNSWICK — A Brunswick police cruiser was hit from behind while stopped for a pedestrian Thursday. The two-vehicle crash happened at 5:25 p.m., at Mill and Cumberland streets. Brunswick police Lt. More...

Habitat for Humanity process detailed

BRUNSWICK — The process that leads to ownership of a new or rehabilitated Habitat for Humanity home in Brunswick, Harpswell, and Sagadahoc or Lincoln counties is the topic of a meeting 10 a.m. More...

CORRECTIONS

The Times Record reserves this space to correct errors appearing in our news columns. We ask readers who are aware of factual errors to telephone Managing Editor Bob Mentzinger at 504-8209. More...

Crews save burning Bowdoinham home

Heat lamp warming chicks suspected cause

BOWDOINHAM Firefighters from three departments quickly squelched a fire that broke out in an upstairs room of a Carding Machine Road home early Friday, saving it from serious damage. More...

Phippsburg official faces OUI suspicion

PHIPPSBURG A Phippsburg Budget Committee member was arrested Friday and charged with operating under the influence. Michael W. Rice, 51, of Phippsburg allegedly crashed his car into a swamp just south of Morningside Cemetery on Parker Head Road. More...

Rail officials to speak at Thornton Oaks

BRUNSWICK — Thornton Oaks Retirement Community will host representatives of the Maine Eastern Railroad and the Amtrak Downeaster at a Town Matters forum at 3:30 p.m. Friday. The event will take place at 25 Thornton Way. The public is invited. More...

Mysterious places chronicled online

Lincoln County entrepreneur Sally Lobkowicz has opened an online publication: Mysterious Destinations magazine. The premier issue went live today at http://mysteriousdestinationsmagazine. co m. More...

Patten program profiles arts

BATH Patten Free Library and the Union of Maine Visual Artists will offer an array of art programs during National Library Week, April 16-19. More...