February 13, 2012 RSS feed / Local

Girl, 12, charged with terrorizing

BATH — Bath police on Friday summonsed a 12-year-old Bath girl for terrorizing after she allegedly wrote a threat on a bathroom wall at Bath Middle School. More...

Jury acquits man on 1 sex charge, mistrial declared for 2 other counts

BATH — A jury found a 65-year-old Bath man not guilty Wednesday of one count of unlawful sexual contact. A mistrial was declared on two additional counts against him in Sagadahoc County Superior Court. More...

Brunswick Town Council Notes

BRUNSWICK — In addition to approving geographic boundaries for two proposed tax increment financing districts at Brunswick Landing and the Brunswick Executive Airport by an 8-1 vote, with District 4 Town Councilor John Perreault opposed, the To More...

Bath Police

Summonses Jami C. Bellefleur, 25, of 4 Stanwood St., No. 4, Brunswick, Feb. 11, charged with operating after license suspension, on Crescent Street. Duane S. Toothaker, 41, of 232 State Road, West Bath, Feb. More...

Harbor Tech claims bridge beam record

BRUNSWICK — A Brunswick company says it’s made a record- setting bridge beam that will go to Missouri. Harbor Technologies LLC says the 105-foot, 7-inch beam is the world’s largest vehicular composite bridge beam. More...

GOING WITH THE TIDE

A GROUP OF WINTER BEACH GOERS strolls the sand at Popham Village in Phippsburg as the dune grass waves in the wind. More...

Georgetown seeks top citizen nominations

GEORGETOWN — The Georgetown Recreation Committee is accepting nominations for the 2012 Outstanding Citizen Award. More...

Knights offer Sunday breakfast choices

BATH — The Knights of Columbus will serve a public breakfast buffet from 7: 30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Sunday at 807 Middle St. More...

Brunswick Police

Arrests Michael Krannig, 32, of 16 Checkerberry Lane, West Bath, Feb. 6, 12:19 a.m., charged with operating under the influence, on Pleasant Street. More...