February 6, 2012 RSS feed / Local

Man charged with OUI, car theft

BRUNSWICK — Route 1 northbound near the Coastal Connector was closed for approximately an hour Friday night after a 36-year-old Brunswick man allegedly driving under the influence crashed a car police say he stole from his girlfriend. More...

Grant aids Bath push to dock cruise ships

BATH — A $17,000 Maine State Planning Office grant, added to matching funds from the city of Bath, will pay for improvements to the pier at Waterfront Park that will allow cruise ships up to 300 feet long to dock at the pier.— More...

Plant Home zone density workshop scheduled

BATH — The Planning Board will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall,followinga5p.m.workshop that will address the density of the recently approved Plant Home Zone and its compliance with the city’s comprehensive plan. More...

Topsham Police

Arrest Harold J. Sonia, 37, of P.O. Box 383, Lisbon, Jan. 27, 5:30 p.m., charged with operating under the influence, on Tedford Road. Summons Male juvenile, 17, of Topsham, Jan. More...

Best Beards

Bowdoinham 250th Celebration

The judges of the Best BeardContest at the Bowdoinham Iceand Smelt Festival held Saturday reported that the contestdrew 24 contestants, includinga dog and a child. More...

SNOW CONES

SMALL, EVERGREEN CONES wait at the end of a twig in Topsham. More...

Davis takes rudder in West Bath

WEST BATH — The Board of Selectmen on Wednesday unanimously voted to appoint Jonathan Davis of West Bath as the new town administrator. More...

Bowdoin store burglarized

BOWDOIN — The Sagadahoc County Sheriff ’s Department is investigation a burglary that occurred early Saturday morning at the Bowdoin Town Store. Chief Deputy Brett Strout said sometime around 1: 30 a.m. More...

Brunswick Town Council Agenda

BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick Town Council will convene at 7 p.m. today at Brunswick Station, 16 Station Ave. More...

CORRECTION

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