February 17, 2012 RSS feed / Local

Vermont fugitive snared in Richmond

RICHMOND — Richmond police arrested a Vermont man a week ago on a Vermont warrant for crimes involving alleged sex offenses against a minor. Matthew Enman, 22, was arrested by Officer Josh Staples at 7:27 a.m. Feb. 10. More...

UNIFORM PRIDE

BATH POLICE DEPARTMENT officers and their athletic daughters recently posed for a photo at Bath Middle School. More...

Police snap teen trio’s alleged rubber band gun theft spree

TOPSHAM — Three Topsham teenagers were charged with theft after allegedly stealing rubber band guns from Renys in the Topsham Fair Mall last week. More...

Sagadahoc Superior Court

BATH — The following cases closed in Sagadahoc County Superior Court between July 1 and Dec. 31, 2011. More...

Topsham Police

Summons Joanna Chapman, 25, not address listed, Jan. 30, 10:08 p.m., charged with operating with a suspended registration, on Main Street. news@timesrecord.com More...

Knight gets a raise

Topsham selectmen laud manager’s work and authorize 2% compensation hike

TOPSHAM — Following a formal evaluation behind closed doors, Topsham selectmen ended Thursday night’s meeting by voting unanimously to grant Town Manager Cornell Knight a 2 percent raise. More...

Downeast Energy ups ‘Freeze Out’ ante

BRUNSWICK — If food and fuel assistance fundraisers scheduled for Saturday in Freeport and Brunswick raise more than $10,000, Downeast Energy will match a donation of up to $5,000 in heating oil. More...

RSU 1 Sails into Reading

Families involved in the SAIL into Literacy program gathered at Dike- Newell Elementary School in Bath on Jan. 31 for a family literacy event featuring dinner and a time to read together. More...

Museum offers free admission to students

BATH — Students 18 years old and younger will be admitted free to Maine Maritime Museum when accompanied by a paying adult during winter school vacation, which runs from Monday through Feb. 24. The deal is limited to two students per adult. More...

Scouts collect toys, stuffed critters for children’s hospital

TOPSHAM — Boy Scout Troop 202 from Topsham will conclude its second annual “Teddy Bear and Toy Drive” to benefit the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital in two weeks. More...

Workshop targets 3 Topsham ordinances

TOPSHAM — The Planning Board will meet Tuesday for a workshop on three ordinance items. The workshop will focus on changes to the Historic District, changes to the subdivision ordinance, and on the sign ordinance that is being rewritten. More...

Brunswick Police

Arrests Marilyn Rogers, 59, of 1677 Harpswell Islands Road, Orr’s Island, Feb. 14, 2: 25 p. m., charged with theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, at Walmart. Timothy Marcoux, 33, of 14B Country Lane, Feb. 11, 9: 10 p. More...