PORTLAND — PDT Architects recently hired Dylan Lawton and Cristian Koenigs as architectural designers.
Lawton has a B.S. in architecture from Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island, where he was named Outstanding Club Sport Athlete of the Year for 2016-17 and was captain of the cheerleading team.
LEWISTON — Androscoggin Bank recently announced that Robert Westhoven has joined the bank’s commercial lending team as vice president, commercial loan officer, and Scott Sarapas has also joined the bank as senior mortgage loan officer.
BRUNSWICK — Casco Bay Wealth Advisors recently announced its team of financial consultants has created a range of proprietary Socially Responsible Investment models.
BAR HARBOR — Patricia Wheeler has joined Bar Harbor Bankshares as senior vice president, chief compliance officer.
In this position, Wheeler develops, implements and administers all aspects of the bank’s compliance management program, deploying it across the entire northern New England market area of Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont.
PORTLAND — Preti Flaherty recently announced that the firm’s partnership has named attorney J. Andrew Cashman as partner.
Cashman is a member of the firm’s Government Affairs Group and works in the firm’s Augusta office. He previously practiced as an associate.
PORTLAND — Join MEREDA for breakfast on Feb. 1, from 7:30-9 a.m., at the Portland Regency Hotel for a presentation by FocusMaine, a 10-year initiative to strengthen and revitalize opportunity and prosperity in Maine by accelerating the creation of quality jobs in the areas of agriculture, aquaculture and biopharmaceuticals.
The Dean Snell Cancer Foundation recently announced it is the recipient of a two-year grant of $45,000 from the Maine Cancer Foundation.
OTT Communications, a telecommunications provider and division of Otelco, Inc., recently announced a corporate name change to Otelco, effectively immediately. The new name and logo are the result of a comprehensive rebranding effort that unifies the Otelco family of companies under one corporate identity.
There is so much going on for 2018 already that I wanted to see if I could give you 10 quick updates in less than 100 words apiece. Here we go:
Behind a season-high 29 points from Jack Simonds, the Bowdoin College men’s basketball team held off Husson, 90-87 on Tuesday night.
The Polar Bears improved to 11-4 with the victory, while the Eagles fell to 10-4.
Zach Small exploded for 48 points as the Richmond High School boys basketball team rolled to an 87-56 Mountain Valley Conference win over Telstar on Tuesday.
The Bobcats are 9-2 heading into Thursday’s home game with Wiscasset, while the Rebels fell to 3-8.
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Evan Fournier scored a season high 32 points to help Orlando break a seven-game losing streak with a 108-102 victory over Minnesota on Tuesday in NBA action.
D.J. Augustin added 11 points and three assists in the fourth quarter, when the Magic scored 35 points after trailing by two through three.
Nuggets 105, Mavs 102
NASHUA, N.H. — Saint Joseph’s College (13-1, 6-0 GNAC) defeated Rivier University (0-9, 0-5 GNAC), 91-50, in a Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) women’s basketball contest on Saturday afternoon.
LEWISTON — The Bates College women’s basketball team rallied from 20 points down at halftime to cut the Williams lead to seven before falling to the Ephs, 56- 44, Saturday afternoon at Alumni Gymnasium.
Juuse Saros made 43 saves, Kevin Fiala scored eight minutes into the third period and the Nashville Predators beat the Vegas Golden Knights 1-0 on Tuesday night.
Nashville played its first game in a week and has won three straight. The shutout was the third of the season for Saros and the fourth of his career.
Blues 2, Maple Leafs 1, OT
BRUNSWICK — The Bowdoin College men’s and women’s squash teams were in action recently
The Polar Bear men (1-7) are ranked 27th despite falling to No. 3 St. Lawrence (9-0), No. 19 Middlebury (7-2) and No. 21 Williams (9-0).
George Cooley (No. 3) and Drew Clark (No. 7) accounted for the lone Bowdoin points.