November 22, 2011 RSS feed / Local

Repairs limit Arrowsic bridge traffic

ARROWSIC — The Max L. Wilder Memorial Bridge on Arrowsic Road ( Route 127) will be reduced to one lane until 5 p.m. today for bridge maintenance, the Maine Department of Transportation announced Monday. More...

Lights, carols welcome holiday Friday on Mall

BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick Downtown Association ( BDA) will host its annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony from 5 p. m. to 7 p. m. Friday on the Brunswick Mall. Caroling will begin at 4:30 p.m. More...

State seeks input on Richmond-Dresden bridge replacement

Dec. 7 meeting in Dresden scheduled

DRESDEN The Maine Department of Transportation will hold an informational public meeting on Dec. 7 to discuss the future replacement of the Maine Kennebec Bridge, which carries Route 197 over the Kennebec River between Dresden and Richmond. More...

Event to honor former Y

BATH A “Goodbye Y” event scheduled for Monday evening will provide an opportunity for Bath residents and others to bid farewell to the former YMCA building before the city-owned portion is demolished next year. More...

SAGADAHOC COUNTY SHERIFF

Arrests Tera Spies, 38, of 26 Hodge St., Wiscasset, Nov. More...

Smith-Tobey Post 21 serves holiday repast

BATH — Smith-Tobey Post 21, 10 Congress Ave., will host a Thanksgiving dinner from noon to 3 p.m. Thursday. The meal is open to the public. More...

Chief shares crash response details

BOWDOIN Bowdoin Fire Chief Tom Garrepy on Monday provided more details about his department’s response to a Saturday night single- vehicle crash that injured two Lisbon teens, one of whom was flown by rescue helicopter to Central Maine Medical More...

HARPSWELL POST OBSERVES VETERANS DAY

HARPSWELL’S JOHN LEO MURRAY JR. AMERICAN LEGION POST 171 observes Veterans Day on Nov. 11 by, among other activities, listening to vocalist Dorie Barnes. More...

SAGADAHOC SUPERIOR COURT

BATH — The following cases were closed in Sagadahoc County Superior Court between May 1 and May 31. Eric W. Abdo, 29, of Syracuse, N.Y., Aug. More...