December 7, 2011 RSS feed / Local

TOPSHAM POLICE

Arrest Gina Utecht, 42, of 636 Meadow Road, Nov. 22, 8:21 p.m., charged with assault on an officer, on Topsham Fair Mall Road. More...

Police station design takes shape

BRUNSWICK A town committee on Tuesday evening took a first look at early designs for a new police station project earmarked for the corner of Stanwood and Pleasant streets. More...

Trekker to share trail tales

FREEPORT After a 10- month trek extending from the tip of southern Florida to Quebec, conservationist John Davis will share his story tonight at the Patagonia Outlet Store in Freeport. At 7: 15 p. More...

FREEPORT POLICE

Arrests Rosanna S. Spearrin, 25, of 4 Homestead Lane, Harrison, Dec. 5, 2:49 p.m., charged with shoplifting. Jamie L. Parker, 28, of 30 Swamp Road, Bridgton, Dec. 5, 2:59 p.m., charged with shoplifting. More...

Market maven hurt in crash

BRUNSWICK A T- bone collision early Monday near Ames Supply on Route 1 hospitalized two people, including a Woolwich woman who operates the Montsweag Flea Market. More...

Library adds 2 sculptures

BRUNSWICK — A reception for the artists and patrons responsible for two sculptures recently donated to Curtis Memorial Library will run from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday at the library, 23 Pleasant St. More...

Violin students to perform on Saturday

BRUNSWICK — Lorel Nazzaro’s violin students plan to perform at 2 p.m. Saturday at Wild Oats Bakery and Café in the Tontine Mall. The group will accept donations, which will be given to the Coastal Humane Society. More...

Panel of 4 to discuss caregiving challenges

BRUNSWICK New responsibilities can come with aging parents. A presentation tonight at Curtis Memorial Library aims to address those responsibilities and challenges. More...

Animal’s ‘poor decision’ sends woman to hospital

The Times Record BRUNSWICK A 27- year- old Bowdoin woman was treated and released from Mid Coast Hospital on Tuesday after her car struck a large deer while headed north on Route 1 near Cook’s Corner. More...

Meeting today eyes Richmond library’s fate

RICHMOND Victoria Boundy, Richmond’s director of community and business development, will host a meeting about the status of plans to build a new library at 4:30 p.m. today in the town office. More...