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Climate Change a National Security Threat I had the pleasure of hearing retired marine corps General Anthony Zinni speak at Bowdoin on April 9. He is a brilliant soldier and statesman, having been commander in chief of U.S. More...

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Shopping For A New Governor

Guest Column

Bath's Maine Maritime Museum gathering of Democrat candidates for governor was a resounding affirmation that interest in political participation is alive and well, at least in the Midcoast. More...

Practical Political Suggestions for BIW’s Local S6 Union

Guest Column

In a front page article on April 7, Times Record reporter Nathan Strout quotes the President of Local S6, Mike Keenan, blasting General Dynamics for laying off workers, saying on behalf of the Union “Placing workers on unemployment while simult More...

Letter

Kindergarten Kids Should Not Get Homework My daughter started kindergarten in Brunswick. For the most part it’s been a great experience. She is one of the youngest, if not the youngest, in her class. More...

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Planned Tedford Facility Out of Place in Residential Neighborhood

Rebuttal to Times Record Editorial

Tedford Housing’s mission is universally supported throughout the town and our neighborhood. More...

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Today in History

In 1775, Paul Revere began his famous ride from Charlestown to Lexington, Massachusetts, warning colonists that British Regular troops were approaching.  In 1865, Confederate Gen. Joseph E. Johnston surrendered to Union Maj. Gen. William T. More...

Choosing the Wrong College Can Be Bad for Your Mental Health

Going off to college might be a source of anxiety for some students, but once a student is on campus it shouldn’t be a total drag. More...

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Pierce Got Solar Bill Facts Wrong

Guest Column

Sometimes a letter has factual errors and bogus numbers so outrageous they must be rebutted (letter from Rep. Jeffrey Pierce, House District 53 (“Bill Would Have Driven Energy Costs Higher,” The Times Record, April 13). More...

Isgro Should be Held Accountable

It has been just over a week since the revelation of Waterville Mayor and Maine Republican rising star Nick Isgro’s long history of uncivil, degrading, and even bigoted public comments leveled against immigrants, Muslims and political opponents More...

Syria, Chemical Weapons and the Limits of International Law

Consider this shocking fact: Despite horrific images of yet another chemical weapons attack in Syria, the U.S.-led humanitarian intervention to protect civilians on April 13 was fundamentally illegal. More...

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RCV Demands Serious Debate, Not Partisan Wars

Guest Column

Maine seems to be enjoying what could turn out to be a long-running political saga. It began with the 2010 election, when a split electorate made Paul LePage governor, even though he had failed to gain a majority of votes. More...

The Kids Are Alright

Brought Up Brunswick

Ah youth — the new target of so-called adult society in America. I mean, we’ve always had the cliche “back in my day” types harping on about how superior their generation was regarding style, mannerisms and music. More...

Letters

Guns Are Not to Blame for Gun Violence More...

Give Them Shelter

EDITORIAL

Everyone should be afforded the basic dignity of a bed on which to sleep at night.  For many homeless people in the Brunswick area, that’s not possible, as seen by the high rates of which people are turned away from Tedford Housing’s More...