October 23, 2017 RSS feed / Local

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...

Bath presentation looks at Maine Homefront in World War I

BATH — Maine State Historian Earle G. Shettleworth, Jr. will deliver an illustrated lecture, “The Maine Homefront in World War I,” in the Community Room of the Patten Free Library in Bath 10:30 a.m. Oct. 21. More...

Moosehead Lake Surf & Turf

Commentary: Seniors Not Acting Their Age

Call me quixotic but I like surf and turf outdoor adventures. What’s a surf and turf ? My definition is a sea kayak or canoe trip blended in with a mountain hike. More...

Former Bath resident gets 27-year sentence for sex abuse charge

PORTLAND A former Bath man has been sentenced to more than 27 years in prison on a federal child sex abuse charge. More...

Rash of unlocked car burglaries prompts a warning from police

TOPSHAM   Topsham police Thursday warned residents to lock their vehicles after several unlocked cars in town were recently burglarized overnight.  More...

BATH SCHOLARS

TWENTY-FIVE STUDENTS AT MORSE HIGH SCHOOL have earned AP Scholar Awards in recognition of their exceptional achievement on AP Exams. More...

Curtis Library to host engineering exhibit

Explore Tech Opens Oct. 28

BRUNSWICK   Explore Tech: Engineers Make a World of Difference, a new traveling exhibition, opens at Curtis Memorial Library on Saturday, Oct. 28.  More...

Bath library to host pumpkin drilling workshop for teens

BATH — Have fun creating an LED illuminated Jack O’ Lantern for Halloween. Patten Free Library will give each teen participant a pumpkin and a string of 50 LED lights, and will have electric drills and various carving tools on-hand. More...

Nonprofit investment talk at UCC

BATH — The Neighborhood UCC, located at 798 Washington St. in Bath is offering an evening of financial information and services to allow individuals to set up sources of income that supports nonprofit organizations of their choice. More...

Brunswick Councilor meets, receives apology from man who left anti-LGBT flier

BRUNSWICK   Brunswick Town Councilor Kathy Wilson said that she has received an apology from the man who left an anti-lgbt flier on her car last month.  “I believe he was really apologetic, and he had no idea that he was being threate More...

Pickup rolls along Route 1

BRUNSWICK   Police says a New Hampshire man crashed his pickup truck on Route 1 in Brunswick Sunday after apparently experiencing a medical event.  More...

Woman charged with OUI following crash

BATH   A West Bath woman was charged with operating under the influence Wednesday morning following a crash at Old Brunswick Road and Mill Pond Drive in Bath.  The crash was reported at 10:36 a.m. Bath Police Lt. More...

FOMB, Curtis present ‘To Bee or Not to Bee’

BRUNSWICK Friends of Merrymeeting Bay FOMB and Curtis Memorial Library will cosponsor a special live theater event featuring the Piti Theatre Company presenting “To Bee or Not To Bee” at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. More...

Pet of the Week

Meet Kenny!

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Midcoast Area Walk to End Alzheimer’s is Oct. 21

BRUNSWICK The Alzheimer’s Association is inviting Bath, Brunswick and Topsham area residents to participate in the Mid-coast Area Walk to End Alzheimer’s. The event will take place on Saturday, Oct. More...

MORSE SENIOR NAMED COMMENDED STUDENT

ALEX GATES, left, a senior at Morse High School, poses with Principal John Pinkerton. Gate has been named as a Commended Student in the National Merit Scholarship Program. More...