Lisbon’s recreation, fire and police departments are hosting the first annual National Night Out in an effort to make the neighborhood a more safe and friendly place.
The event runs from 5-7:30 p.m. tonight at the MTM Park at 18 School St.
Poland Spring hopes to pump up to 172 million gallons of water a year from a public water district well that once served a nowclosed paper mill.
Police in Maine have arrested a woman who they say was found unconscious next to a baby in an apartment.
A Portland man faces drug charges after being stopped in Bath for erratic driving on Friday.
Sagadahoc County Sheriff Office received a report Friday of a white Lexus traveling south on U.S. Route 1 driving “all over the road,” according to Sheriff Joel Merry. The vehicle was stopped by Deputy Sheriff Matt Sharpe, who saw it swerve several times.
BRUNSWICK — Richards’ German-American Restaurant at 115 Maine St. in Brunswick will donate a percentage of all food and beverage sales on Aug. 8 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m., and 5-9 p.m. to support the Brunswick Naval Museum and Memorial Gardens. The museum strives to preserve the history of maritime patrol aviation and the role of the former Brunswick Naval Air Station.
Alec Salisbury of Freeport graduated Magna cum Laude from Ithaca College’s School of Communications with a degree in Cinema & Photography; Samantha Menair of Harpswell graduated from Ithaca College’s School of Communications with a degree in Television-Radio
GEORGETOWN — The 104th Georgetown Working League Fair, to take place on Saturday, Aug. 12, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Georgetown Central School, 52 Bay Point Road, will feature 18 local artists, craftspeople, and a Maine children’s author set up under tents on the school grounds.
The Brunswick Planning Board will meet tonight to consider approving a proposed 17-home subdivision located off Hacker Road named Douglas Ridge Estates.
The sketch plan, which includes 17 homes aligned along a private road, was previously approved by the board in June.
As of late Monday morning, a bicyclist struck by a car Saturday night had been upgraded from critical to serious condition at Maine Medical Center in Portland.
Brunswick police and fire responded to Bath Road after receiving a 911 call reporting a bicyclist had been hit by a car near Autometrics.
Gov. Paul LePage on Monday railed against Maine’s senators for opposing a failed GOP health care bill, maintaining that a state as old in population as Maine has a lot to lose from what he called a “one-size-fits-all” health care mode.
Gov. Paul LePage shared his thoughts on shipbuilding in Maine with the Rotary Club of Brunswick Monday.
“I’ll tell you, under this president the Defense Department is not gonna be getting cut,” said LePage, in response from a Rotarian’s question. “So from a military buildup, I think Bath Iron Works is gonna be in great shape.”
Mere hours before a Monday deadline was to expire, the town of Phippsburg filed an appeal with the Maine Board of Environmental Protection claiming that the permit application to remove the Popham pilings was “invalid and should be voided.”