September 19, 2014 RSS feed / Letters

Permit failures speak volumes

NNEPRA has now failed twice to secure a stormwater management permit for the 60,000 square foot train garage it proposes for Brunswick West.  More...

Yes on Question 1

I’ve never seen myself as a political person. When I heard that our state is the very last one to still allow bear trapping, hounding and baiting, I felt a lot of embarrassment — this is not “the way life should be.”  More...

LePage helps Mainers

I am a happy Mainer and I want to compliment Gov. More...

Thank you, Joe Byrnes

As the Chocolate Church Arts Center embarks on the 2014-15 performance season, it is appropriate to publicly thank outgoing President Joe Byrnes for his support of CCAC.  More...

Choosing Watson

Having lived here my entire life, I feel fortunate to have spoken with both our District 51 House candidates. More...

Thank you

On Saturday, Sept.13, at about 4:30 p.m., I bought gas at the Cumberland Farms on Pleasant Street in Brunswick. When I got home to Massachusetts, I did not have my credit card. More...

Support Denise Tepler

Denise Tepler and I met because we both have a great love for good food. More...

Elect Kim Talbot

My good friend Kim Talbot is running for State Representative to represent District 54, which includes all of Topsham. Kim is a caring and hardworking individual who I know will serve our community well. More...

Prostate cancer awareness

September is prostate cancer awareness month. Be aware that one of every six American men is diagnosed with prostate cancer. Among cancers, it is the second biggest killer of men. More...

Tepler a great asset

I first noted Denise Tepler when she published a weekly column giving interesting cooking recipes in a local newspaper. I’m not sure where/when we actually met, but I have always been impressed with her intelligence and care for others.  More...

Mattie Daughtry has served well

As a resident of the old State House District 63, I was delighted to discover that all of the southern part of Brunswick is now part of HD 49, because now I can vote for Matthea Daughtry for State Representative. More...

SNAP offers opportunity

September is Hunger Action month. This the fall season is beginning and holidays are coming upon us faster than we may be prepared for. For many Mainers, this is a difficult time of year, particularly where food is concerned. More...

Vote for Talbot

I will be voting for Kim Talbot this November because she has the qualifications I am looking for in a state representative.  More...

The Way the Wind Blows

The consummate politician, “win at any cost” is Congressman Michaud. Only place your finger in the air to see which way the the wind blows.  More...

Council needs to work together on TM choice

I take great interest in the outcome of the Town Council’s effort to select a new Town Manager.  More...

Tepler for State House

Topsham voters are very fortunate this fall to have an outstanding candidate running for state legislature. Denise Tepler has the knowledge, experience, and compassion to be an incredible state representative for Topsham.  More...

Voting for Watson In support of Shenna

District 51 voters have the chance to send a local representative to the State House this November. More...

Bath Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee welcomes BikeMaine

The eight members of the Bath Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee have worked hard over the past year to make the town safer for bicyclists and pedestrians. We are pleased that over 260 BikeMaine riders will roll through Bath on Sept. 12. More...

Vote for Talbot

Living in the growing region of Topsham, I’m concerned with decisions moving forward that will affect our residents. More...

Koch brothers articles omit mention of anti-abortion support

The two articles about the Koch brothers published on Thursday, Sept. 4, failed to mention their support of the anti-abortion movement. More...