December 29, 2017 RSS feed / Local

PEOPLE PLUS PIC OF THE WEEK

PEOPLE PLUS is thanking the local community for contributing 50 gift bags for 50 grade 6-12 youths at the Brunswick Area Teen Center. More...

Lisbon to decide on ambulance provider

LISBON   The town of Lisbon will have to make a decision soon regarding the town's ambulance provider.  More...

STUDENT NOTES

WOOLWICH CENTRAL SCHOOL  High Honors   Grade 6: Grace Chubbuck, Kacey-Jane Clark, Case Jacobs, Sebastian Lafer, Keith Libby, Madison Malcolm, Trace McFarland, Edie McKay, Sarah Ouellette, Michaela Pettersen, Apple Smith, Abigail Sprague, Li More...

FOMB presents ‘A Tale of Three Privies’

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Pejepscot Historical Society rolls out programs for winter, spring

Times Record columnist David Treadwell kicks off History Happy Hour series

BRUNSWICK Pejepscot Historical Society, which turns 130 years old in 2018, has released its program calendar for the winter and spring. The society offers History Happy Hours, a noontime lecture/slideshow series, and a book group. More...

Transportation advisory group formed for Sagadahoc County

Will encompass Brunswick, Harpswell

BATH Mid-Coast Public Transportation has formed a transportation advisory group in Sagadahoc County that will also include Brunswick and Harpswell. More...

Lisbon Planning Board to hear medical pot store pitch

LISBON   The Lisbon Planning Board will hold a workshop tonight regarding a proposed medical marijuana retail store.  Codes Enforcement Officer Dennis Douglass said it’s a muddy issue, because the town has a moratorium in place regard More...

Bath City Council fixes bond vote error

BATH   Last week, the Bath City Council was forced to redo a vote on a bond ordinance of $621,000 that was first approved of in June, after it discovered that the city had not provided proper notice of its second passage.  More...

15TH ANNUAL REVERE BELL RINGING

THE 15TH ANNUAL PAUL REVERE BELL RINGING takes place Saturday at Hallet’s Clock at 11:45 a.m. More...

Durham seeks Spirit of America Award nominees

DURHAM — The town of Durham is welcoming Spirit of America Award nominees.  Every year the town chooses a volunteer to honor with the award.  More...

STUDENT NOTES

CHAMPLAIN COLLEGE   Emma Katz of Brunswick and Benjamin Sinclair of Freeport were named to Champlain College President's List for Fall 2017  OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY   More...

DOWNTOWN ON ICE

THE BRUNSWICK TOWN MALL SKATING RINK will likely be back in action in time for the New Year’s weekend, according to Mark Wiesner of the town’s Parks and Recreation department. More...

Brunswick’s Krauss nominated as Maine’s Emergency Management Agency director

BRUNSWICK   Suzanne J.M. Krauss of Brunswick was nominated Thursday by Gov. Paul LePage to serve as director of the Maine Emergency Management Agency.  More...

Maine Technology Institute receives 183 grant proposals seeking $381M

BRUNSWICK   The Maine Technology Institute recently closed its Maine Technology Asset Fund 2.0 application portal and announced that it received 183 proposals from Maine companies and organizations seeking, in aggregate, $381 million in funding. More...

Heater causes small fire at MTA

TOPSHAM   Topsham firefighters responded to a small fire at Mt. Ararat High School Thursday morning.  Interim Fire Chief Mike Labbe said firefighters were called to the school at 5 a.m. More...

FHS HOLIDAY HELPERS

FREEPORT HIGH SCHOOL students and staff were very busy this holiday month, raising money and shopping for gifts to help those in need in the RSU5 community. More...

Cancer Society seeks drivers

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STUDENT NOTES

BELMONT UNIVERSITY   Georgia Hiatt of Bath qualified for the Fall 2017 Dean’s List at Belmont University  ELMIRA COLLEGE   More...

PEOPLE PLUS PIC OF THE WEEK

TEENS at the Brunswick Area Teen Center play the new Brunswick-Opoly game recently after school, donated to the center by Town Councilor Jane Millett. More...

CURTIS ‘ELVES’ TO WRAP GIFTS

FOR A SMALL DONATION, Curtis Memorial Library “elves” will cover your gift books in the same shiny new dust jacket covers that we use to wrap each new book added to the Curtis shelves. More...