January 11, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Two down, S.C. is next

Rivals hope to block Romney trifecta

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Mitt Romney says he’s ready for an uphill climb in South Carolina after coasting through New Hampshire. More...

 

Obituaries

William W. Perry - 2015-09-02
Michael G. Bohunicky - 2015-09-02
Pauline S. Thelen - 2015-09-02
Barbara R. Meunier - 2015-09-02
Lillian Howard - 2015-09-01
David K. Hatmaker - 2015-09-01
Pauline S. Thelen - 2015-09-01
Michael Bohunicky - 2015-09-01
George O. VanHazinga - 2015-08-31
Alan N. Hall - 2015-08-31
David L. Kennedy - 2015-08-31
Floyd Illig - 2015-08-28
George O. VanHazinga - 2015-08-28
Toby D. Sanders - 2015-08-28
Lucy L. Stevens - 2015-08-28

News

People Plus yoga class starts Thursday

WEB NEWS — 12:30 PM

BRUNSWICK — Ann Kimmage will begin teaching a new yoga class, “Yoga for Mobility,” on Thursday at the People Plus Center, 35 Union St. More...

Richmond selectmen meet this evening

WEB NEWS — 12:30 PM

RICHMOND — The Richmond Board of Selectmen will meet at 6 p.m. today at the town office. More...

ART PARTNERS

ELIZABETH JANCEWICZ of Pocket Vinyl creates a painting while her husband and partner, Eric Stevenson, sits at the keyboard and sings at a house concert on Jordan Avenue in Brunswick on Saturday night More...

Sports

Eagles, Nelson best Broncos

Mt. Ararat downs defending Eastern A champs, 51-41

TOPSHAM The Hampden Academy girls basketball team, the defending Eastern Maine Class A champions, were hit hard by graduation, with only two players returning to the lineup with significant playing experience. More...

Freeport wins third straight

GIRLS ROUNDUP

FREEPORT — Host Freeport withstood a fourthquarter rally from Fryeburg Academy for a 43-41 Western Maine Conference victory on Tuesday. More...

Horton scores 2 to lead Bruins past Jets, 5-3

BOSTON (AP) — There’s nothing like a tying goal eight seconds into the third period to shake a team out of a two-period slumber. More...

Commentary

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Where have all the liberals gone?

Why aren’t there more liberals in America? It’s not because liberalism lacks cultural power. Many polls suggest that a majority of college professors and national journalists vote Democratic. More...

Business

Sea Coast chooses FitzVogt for 3 properties

Food service decision involves Falmouth, Topsham locations

TOPSHAM — Sea Coast Management Co. More...

Honors & openings

W-P earns award for Newport project

TOPSHAM — Wright-Pierce, a New England- based water, wastewater and infrastructure engineering firm, recently earned the Grand Conceptor Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Maine for the innovative upgrade design More...

Lisbon CU celebrates opening of branch

LEWISTON — Lisbon Community Federal Credit Union recently celebrated the grand opening of its new Lewiston branch, according to a news release. More...

World

Bomb kills Iranian nuke expert

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Two assailants on a motorcycle attached a magnetic bomb to the car of an Iranian university professor working at a key nuclear facility, killing him and his driver today, reports said. More...

German economy stalled

BERLIN ( AP) — Germany’s economy slipped into reverse in the last quarter of 2011 in spite of showing strong overall growth for the year of 3 percent, the country’s Federal Statistics Office said today. More...

Spy agency named as gay-friendly employer

LONDON (AP) — Britain’s domestic spy agency MI5 was named as one of the country’s most gay-friendly employers today. More...

Strategy shift ‘bodes well’ for BIW

Defense experts’ early take: Obama plan benefits Navy, shipbuilders

BRUNSWICK — Defense experts on Tuesday agreed that, in general, President Barack Obama’s announcement last week of a shift in defense strategy appears to bode well for the U.S. Navy and shipbuilders at Bath Iron Works. More...

Police identify body

BRUNSWICK — Brunswick police on Tuesday confirmed the identify of a man whose body was discovered Dec. 22 near railroad tracks along Bath Road. More...

Community

SCHEDULED PUBLIC MEETINGS

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Region 10 awarded pair of Senter grants

BRUNSWICK — Region 10 Technical High School, 68 Church Road, has been awarded two grants from the Alfred M. Senter fund, according to Director Barry Lohnes. More...

ST. JOHN’S SCHOOL HONOR ROLL

BRUNSWICK — St. John’s Catholic School has announced its honor roll for the first trimester. Grade 6 High honors: Seamus Flanagan, Augie Lienert, Thomas Madigan, Haley Morin and Sean Scanlon. More...

Opinion

Holding Congress members to account

OTHER VOICES

We call our Congress members “representatives,” but as a rule, they are far wealthier and live far different lives than those they are supposed to represent. More...

Letters

Good health helpers

LETTER OF THANKS

To the editor: On behalf of Access Health, your Local Healthy Maine Partnership, we would like to offer a special thank you to the chefs and owners of the following establishments: Wildflours Bakery, Solo Bistro Bistro, Beale Street Barbeque, Henry & More...

Disrespect for flag

To the editor: I would like to apologize to my fellow veterans and the families of all veterans in the Bath area and all those who visit Bath, for the lack of respect show for the American flag by the Machinists union. More...

Spreading it thick

To the editor: Someone said unemployment was down. More...

Et Cetera

CALENDAR

We welcome community groups to list their special events in Calendar. Items should be submitted two weeks in advance. Send them to: Calendar Editor, The Times Record, P.O. More...

Dear Abby

DEAR ABBY: I have been dating “Kyle” for more than six months, but I have loved him for more than two years. I always thought we had a wonderful relationship and that Kyle was a sweet, innocent guy. More...

COMICS

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Maine

New search begins for toddler

WATERVILLE (AP) — Dive teams from the Maine Warden Service and the state police will begin searching bodies of water around Waterville today for a toddler who’s been missing since December. More...

Maine court hears Moosehead case

PORTLAND Critics of a massive residential development in the Moosehead Lake region urged the state supreme court on Tuesday to send the case back to Maine’s Land Use Regulation Commission, while a lawyer for the agency argued that the panel ac More...

Officials ID body found on island

GOULDSBORO ( AP) — Officials say a body found on an eastern Maine island on Jan. 4 was that of a 57-yearold man who was reported missing last month. More...

Supporting Our Community

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Supporting Brunswick Holiday Lighting

   Brunswick Downtown Association's Brunswick Holiday Lighting campaign is underway for the 2015 season that will help light up the downtown for the holidays. Here is a list of those who have contributed to the campaign so far: Full Story