December 15, 2011 RSS feed / Letters

Show must go on

To the editor:  “Seussical” is the show that will not be stopped. More...

Sudden closure

To the editor:  Imagine my surprise when I got to the People Plus building last week to see a sign saying the Teen Center is closed the month of December.  This an especially critical time for young people. More...

Unfair attack

To the editor:  I find it offensive that Peter Anastos would use this holiday season to voice personal and petty attacks on our Town Council members in a letter to the editor, “Unfair advantage,” which was published Dec. 9.  More...

Holiday joy ride

To the editor:  I send a big thank you to Tri- County Literacy Volunteers, their sponsors and the Maine Eastern Railroad for another successful Candy Cane Train.  Children of all ages, their parents, grandparents and friends all had a wonde More...

Merry Christmas

To the editor:  Evidently, Ebenezer Scrooge is alive and well.  Everywhere I turn — the television, the mall or the newsstand — the battle over “Merry Christmas” rages on.  More...

Cart games

To the editor:  The Christmas season is supposed to be a time of love, faith and sharing.  Have you been to a department or grocery store lately? More...

Like a home

To the editor:  I am a senior at Morse High School, and I have recently become an advocate for the Bath Youth Meetinghouse and Skate Park.  “The Park” has been torn down due to structural damage, and the Bath Recreation Departme More...

Oust the bums

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A good track record

To the editor:  I write about all the fuss about the train facility between Church Road and Stanwood Street in Brunswick. The people in the neighborhood seem to think it is the end of the world.  More...

An incredible performance

To the editor:  We’re sure you are well aware of Brunswick High School’s excellence in scholastics and sports. More...

Favoritism ignored

To the editor:  The Times Record has again failed to include all relevant facts in its Nov. More...

CLARIFICATION

A Dec. 12 Monday Meter titled “Hostility trumps hospitality” did not make clear the difference between tax increment financing arrangements for the developers of the Inn at Brunswick Station and the Hampton Inn in Bath.  More...

Missed signs

To the editor:  This is an open letter to all who drive in and out of the Topsham Fair Mall onto Route 196.  Due to the multiple lanes exiting the mall and the volume of traffic on Route 196, highway authorities decided that right turns exi More...

Back to average

To the editor:  Medicaid reforms are so necessary in order to bring Maine in line with national averages in granting aid.  Maine’s Medicaid program gives benefits to 35 percent more of the state’s population than the national av More...

Punished for trying

To the editor:  This is to show how a person who was monetarily harmed by the closure of Brunswick Naval Air Station “gets help.”  More...

Keep them honest

To the editor:  I was heartened to see that The Times Record called upon its attorney and protested in an editorial about a meeting of four Brunswick town councilors that had not been advertised nor the press invited.  Even with its limited More...

Unfair advantage

To the editor:  It’s unfortunately time to recognize the efforts of 2010 Brunswick Councilors Ben Tucker, David Watson, Suzan Wilson, John Perreault, Gerald Favereau, Margo Knight, and Joanne King.  More...