Most of the assets of the man reputed to be the wealthiest American president were in real estate, like those of one of his successors.
Unlike that successor, he was moderate in speech and open to all views before deciding. He set a model for his country. On Monday, we celebrate George Washington’s official birthday.
Nikolas Cruz jumped out of an Uber car and walked toward building 12 of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, carrying a black duffel bag and a black backpack. A man inside the school spotted Cruz and knew he was a former student, a troubled kid. He radioed a coworker, and within a minute heard gunshots.
Declaring the nation united and grieving with “one heavy heart,” President Donald Trump is promising to tackle school safety and “the difficult issue of mental health” in response to the deadly shooting in Florida. He made no mention of gun violence.
AUGUSTA (AP) — A paper company says it plans to restart a machine whose shutdown left 120 workers with a job.
The Bangor Daily News reports Verso. Corp. announced Thursday it will upgrade its pulp line and paper machine thanks in part to a state grant.
The company shut down the machine as demand fell for the coated paper used in glossy magazines it produced.
Phoebe Colvin Oehmig of Brunswick was named a College Schoalr for the fall 2017 academic year at Middlebury College
Joshua Horne of Topsham was named to the Cedarville University Dean’s List for fall 2017
Police say a Brunswick man was arrested Monday evening after allegedly assaulting an officer.
Brunswick police were called to a disturbance Monday at 5:44 p.m. at Tedford Housing’s adult shelter on Cumberland Street.
Police arrested Gilles Allen Poulin, 38, and charged him with two counts of assault on an officer, criminal mischief and disorderly conduct.
TOPSHAM — Love Your Library Day is Saturday from 10–11:30 a.m. at Topsham Public Library. Doughnuts and and Wicked Joe coffee will be served. There will also be free raffles, crafts, and opportunities to learn more about the Topsham Public Library. This event is a chance to thank patrons and donors who are make Topsham Public Library a community center for all ages.
GEORGETOWN — Nomination papers for those wishing to run for an elected town office in Georgetown will be available on March 5 at the Town Office. The papers must be returned by 5 p.m. on April 13 with a minimum of 25 and no more than 100 signatures. The municipal election will be June 12.
GEORGETOWN — The Georgetown Democratic Caucus will begin at 5 p.m. March 4 at Georgetown Central
Five uninsured Mainers benefited last year from a multi-million-dollar plan that was supposed to help combat the opioid crisis by expanding treatment to as many as 400 individuals with or without insurance.
SOUTH PORTLAND (AP) — A 15-year-old Maine high school student accused of posting a message about “shooting up” his school on Snapchat has been arrested.
AUGUSTA (AP) — A round of votes shows Maine lawmakers will need more support to ensure funding for a minimum security prison that Republican Gov. Paul LePage has pushed to close.
Topsham isn’t moving forward with a proposed water safety zone ordinance just yet.
State police say a Richmond man who was about to be arrested shot and killed himself Thursday afternoon at a home on Alexander Reed Road.
Dead is Jesse James Melanson, 33, of Alexander Reed Road.
Town officials say they rejected a settlement with the Maine Department of Transportation over a traffic project because Gov. Paul LePage changed a key agreement.
The 2018 Direct Services Grant Program is now open to non-profit organizations working to provide supports and services to economically disadvantaged people in Maine.