January 31, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Armory oversight tops Bath agenda

BATH — City councilors on Wednesday will resume discussion of a proposal to rescind a board of directors created in December to operate the city-owned former National Guard Armory building — the future site of the Bath Youth Meetinghouse and Sk More...



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A HERRING GULL prepares to take flight from a dock in Phippsburg on Sunday. More...

Grants buttress local conservation planning

BATH — A number of Mid-coast area communities will receive portions of $291,000 in grant funding from Maine’s federal coastal management award from the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). More...

Collision triggers multiple charges

Driver arrested, hospitalized after behaving oddly at police station

LISBON — Police have charged a 20-year-old Leeds man, who allegedly tried to flee from a head-on crash on Route 9 Thursday, with operating under the influence and driving to endanger. The crash, reported at 4:22 p.m. More...


A Heal Point win

Wiscasset boys nip St. Dom’s; move to eighth in Class C

WISCASSET   The Wiscasset High School boys basketball team entered Monday’s Mountain Valley Conference contest against St. More...

Eagle girls move to 9-5

TOPSHAM — Mt. More...

This Super Bowl rematch is anything but trashy

Teams don’t have anything bad to say

INDIANAPOLIS   Hear what Patriots quarterback Tom Brady told the pep rally before leaving New England for the Super Bowl? More...


A ‘Made in the world’ world

The Associated Press reported last week that Fidel Castro, the former president of Cuba, wrote an opinion piece on a Cuban website, following a Republican Party presidential candidates’ debate in Florida, in which he argued that the “sele More...



SPECIAL OLYMPIAN Tyler Lojas, 15, of Stratton, sets to light the Special Olympics torch marking the official start of the Maine Winter Games on Monday at Sugarloaf USA in Kingfield. More...

Renewable energy referendum pushed back

AUGUSTA (AP) — A coalition that’s pushing for a referendum to set a state minimum for renewable energy fell short of the voters’ signatures needed by Monday’s deadline to force a November vote.  More...

Police: Ayla’s dad not telling all he knows

WATERVILLE   Unable to find any evidence missing toddler Ayla Reynolds was abducted, police on Monday pressed the three adults who were home with her on the night she disappeared to provide a full account of what happened.  More...

Driver, 18, charged after crashing stolen car full of teens into another vehicle


FREEPORT — An unlicensed Brunswick driver faces vehicle theft charges after a joy ride with four minors aboard led to a hit-and-run accident Sunday, according to Freeport Police officials.  More...

Thief walks off with cash register

Bath police seek suspect in Clipper Mart heist

BATH — Bath police on Monday asked for help in identifying a man who stole a cash register Saturday night from the Clipper Mart on Leeman Highway. More...

State workers’ gun bill pondered

AUGUSTA — Lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow state employees to bring guns to their workplace as long as they have a concealed weapons permit and keep the firearm locked in their vehicle and out of sight. LD 1603, sponsored by Rep. More...



LISBON COMMUNITY SCHOOL’S DRAMA CLUB will stage “Get Up and Grow,” a play by Jill and Michael Gallina, at 6 p.m. Friday and 1 p.m. More...

Scheduled Public Meetings  Free Access 

Bath CITY COUNCIL, Wednesday, 6 p.m., city hall. FORESTRY COMMITTEE, Wednesday, 7 p.m., city hall.   Bowdoin U.S.  More...

Husson University Dean's List

BANGOR — The following Mid-coast students have been named to the dean’s list at Husson University for the 2011 fall semester. To be named to the list, students must earn a 3.4 or better grade point average on a 4.0 scale. More...



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Fair deal, fair share


If Mitt Romney hoped that his 2010 tax return would draw less attention if he released it on the same day as President Obama’s speech, he badly miscalculated. Obama didn’t mention Romney in his speech, but he didn’t have to.  More...


Misplaced blame

To the editor: I would like to thank Brunswick Codes Enforcement Officer Jeff Hutchinson and the town staff for their actions to avoid a disaster by condemning the home at 77 Pleasant St., Brunswick. More...

Slow road

To the editor: Your Jan. More...

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CALENDAR  Free Access 

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: Recently my 80-year-old mother was admitted to the hospital, gravely ill. She had been undergoing chemotherapy and caught double pneumonia. More...


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Fla. primary’s big prize likely to go to Romney

TAMPA, Fla. More...

Ill. nuclear reactor shut down under investigation

CHICAGO   Officials are investigating the events surrounding a power failure at a nuclear reactor in northern Illinois, but believe they may have traced the cause to a piece of equipment at a switchyard.  More...