February 17, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Opinion

A time for engagement

Last-minute school budget tweaking has become a rite of spring in Brunswick each year, but it won’t work this time. More...

Commentary

Downeaster ridership easily exceeds expectations

LOCAL COMMENTARY

When the grassroots citizens’ group Trainriders/ Northeast formed with the idea of once again providing the state with passenger rail service, Maine was one of only three states that did not have Amtrak. More...

Obituaries

Richard Allan Lay

BRUNSWICK — Richard Allan Lay, age 80 of College Street, passed away Sunday, February 12th at Mid Coast Hospital. More...

Maine

Page named UMaine System chancellor

PORTLAND — Relishing a challenge, the new chancellor of the University of Maine System said Thursday that it’ll be a privilege to lead through difficult times of dwindling resources and declining numbers of high school students. More...

Community

UNSELFISH BIRTHDAY WISH

FOR HER NINTH BIRTHDAY party, Madison Pinkham of Georgetown asked her party guests to bring food for the Bath Area Food Bank instead of gifts. More...