October 26, 2017 RSS feed / Local

MOVIN’ ON UP

STARC SYSTEMS CEO BRUCE BICKFORD at his company’s new facility at Brunswick Landing, during a tour on Tuesday. More...

Harpswell star party puts celestial wonders on display

HARPSWELL A s stars slowly blinked into existence in the night sky Saturday, cars began pulling into the Land’s End parking lot at the southern end of Bailey Island. More...

Morse High School girls soccer team scores $1,961 in fight against cancer

BATH — Morse High School girls’ soccer team recently raised nearly $2,000 this year for the American Cancer Society. More...

Pet of the Week

Meet Phil!

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Firefighters snuff out small Brick Island blaze

BOWDOINHAM Firefighters took a boat out into the driving wind and rain Tuesday afternoon to extinguish a small woods fire on Brick Island in Merrymeeting Bay. More...

Androscoggin County law enforcement taking back prescription drugs

On Saturday, Oct. 28 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. More...

Annual Interfaith Memorial Service Set for Sunday, Nov. 5

BRUNSWICK — CHANS Home Health & Hospice will be holding an interfaith memorial event for anyone who has lost a loved one in the past year. A Time for Remembering will be held on Sunday, Nov. 5, at 2 p.m. More...

Durham to vote on retail pot moratorium

DURHAM   Durham voters Nov. 7 will decide whether to enact a retail marijuana moratorium for six months.  More...

Railroad authority ponders expanded service

Future seasonal stops could include Bath, Wiscasset

ROCKLAND   A railroad authority is exploring a pilot program that would bring seasonal Amtrak service to Maine farther north.  More...

Georgetown students get free pumpkins, thanks to fire dept.

GEORGETOWN   As school was letting out Friday at Georgetown Central School, students were excited to collect their very own pumpkin before boarding the bus.  “Regardless of people’s resources, children should have pumpkins,&rdqu More...

Lisbon town office will open on Fridays again

LISBON   After being closed Fridays since 2014, the Lisbon town office will go back to regular hours Monday through Friday starting in December.  The decision was made during a Lisbon Town Council meeting last week.  More...

Brunswick students walk to school for health and wellness

BRUNSWICK   In an effort to install a culture of health and fitness for Brunswick youth, Harriet Beecher Stowe and Coffin elementary schools students are walking and biking to class one day each month. More...

Brunswick man charged with assault

BRUNSWICK   A Brunswick man was charged with domestic violence aggravated assault Saturday night, after a domestic disturbance was reported at a home on Bath Road.  Daniel Ewing, 22, of Brunswick was charged with the Class B felony of domes More...

Boy, 14, charged with threatening

Bath Y goes into lockdown

BATH Bath police charged a 14- year-old boy with criminal threatening after he allegedly threatened people outside the Bath Area YMCA with what turned out to be a BB gun. More...

Brunswick man is charged with OUI after truck crashes

BRUNSWICK   A Brunswick man was arrested after the truck he was driving crashed along Adams Road late Wednesday night.  More...

ALL IN THE FAMILY

THIS FALL SETTING was created by Carolyn Perow who of Pinkham Point road in Harpswell. The dolls represents herself, her husband, Chuck, and their grandchildren. More...

CREA announces new director

TOPSHAM The Cathance River Education Alliance Board of Directors has hired Wendy Van Damme as the organization’s new executive director. More...

Local blood donation opportunities available

BRUNSWICK The American Red Cross is holding several local blood drives next month. More...

Times Record receives Maine Press awards  Free Access 

BAR HARBOR The Times Record has been recognized with awards in several categories in the Maine Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest, including seven showings in first place. More...

PEOPLE PLUS PIC OF THE WEEK

PEOPLE PLUS MEMBERS competed in table tennis at the Maine Senior Games recently. The events were held at the Maine Table Tennis League in Lewiston and featured players from Maine and New Hampshire. More...