September 17, 2015 RSS feed / Community

Meeting series on future of Mt. Ararat High School begins tonight

BOWDOIN   The first of four meetings to present the public with information about the Mt. Ararat High School construction project and collect feedback, will kick off tonight night at 6 p.m. at Bowdoin Central School.  More...

Pot found growing on conservation land

TOPSHAM   Topsham Police last week found a dozen marijuana plants growing near Bradley Pond on conservation property for which the Brunswick Topsham Land Trust holds an easement.  More...

BATH YMCA IS ‘GOLD’

TOGETHER THE LET’S GO! TEAM and the Bath Area Family YMCA are working to support healthy behaviors in the places where children learn, play and grow. Let’s Go! More...

A closer look at... Marine Mammals of Maine

HARPSWELL For local nonprofit group Marine Mammals of Maine of Kennebunk, it won’t be long before they call Harpswell their new home. More...

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Topsham woman injured in crash

Driver transported to Maine Medical Center

Times Record Staff  BRUNSWICK   A two-vehicle crash involving a pickup truck and car sent an elderly driver to the hospital with multiple injuries Monday.  Brunswick police, fire and rescue responded to the crash at 7:44 a.m. More...

COASTAL WAIVES FEES FOR ADULT CATS

PICTURED IS BEBE, a friendly 7 year old female cat waiting for a new home at Coastal Humane Society’s Brunswick shelter. More...

Lisbon council hosts budget hearing tonight

LISBON   The Lisbon Town Council will hold a public hearing tonight on the third 2015-16 school budget proposed by the Lisbon School Committee after the previous two were rejected by voters.  More...

BXM receives grant for hangar

BRUNSWICK — Brunswick Executive Airport will receive a Department of Transportation grant to help renovate hangar number four.  According to a news release from Congresswoman Chellie Pingree Monday, $1.1 million will go to the former 50,00 More...

Sewer referendum on ballot in November

BRUNSWICK — At the upcoming Nov. 3 election, the Brunswick Sewer District will have a referendum question for the voters of the district to approve an increase in the sewer district’s debt limit from $20 million to $25 million.  More...

DEP awards Brunswick $93K

BRUNSWICK — Maine Department of Environmental Protection has awarded Brunswick $93,800 for a project on River Road as part of the DEP’s grants for stream crossing public infrastrucure improvements. More...

MSMT hosts costume sale

BRUNSWICK — Maine State Music Theatre will hold a costume sale 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 17 at its rehearsal hall at 22 Elm St. in Brunswick. More...

PEJEBSCOT HISTORY WALKING TOUR

AUTHORS, FORMER SLAVES, TWO GOVERNORS and the in-laws of a president all lie buried in Pine Grove Cemetery. More...

More than 500 people attend memorial service for L.L. Bean’s Gorman

WESTBROOK   L.L. More...

FLEET OF FOOT

CARISSA CARON, 9, of Richmond runs across a string of lobster crates Saturday during Celebrate Bowdoinham. More...

STUDENT NOTES

Northeastern University  Students from the following communities were named to the Dean’s List at Northeastern University for the spring 2015 semester.  Bowdoinham: Garrett I. Valls, majoring in Physical Therapy   More...

Guard opens $23.5M center in Brunswick

BRUNSWICK (AP) — The Maine National Guard has officially opened its $23.5 million Brunswick readiness center.  Brig. Gen. Gerard F. Bolduc, the acting adjutant general, held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday.  More...

Brunswick cancer walk is Oct. 4

BRUNSWICK — The American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk will be held Oct. 4 at the Brunswick downtown Mall. Registration for this noncompetitive event begins at 10 a.m. and the walk is set to start at 11 a.m.  More...

Call for Next Year’s Moxie Fest theme

Lisbon — Lisbon’s Moxie Festival Committee is calling for entries for the 2016 Moxie Festival theme. More...

Man accused of assaulting woman found sitting near highway I-295 in Freeport

FREEPORT   A man has been arrested in connection with the discovery of an injured woman on Wednesday along Interstate 295, according to the Department of Public Safety.  Wayne Covington, 59, of Eliot was charged with domestic violence assau More...