Nearly 150 rental units at the former Brunswick Naval Air Station will be sold as condominiums and single-family homes. Brunswick Landing Venture, which had been renting former Navy housing at Brunswick Landing, is making units available for purchase, and, for a month, gave first dibs to those already renting those units.
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STOW (AP) — Wardens in Maine say they are searching for a bobcat that attacked a 17-year-old boy and his father.
The Plowden family first encountered the animal Wednesday night in their backyard in Stow. Carolynn Plowden tells the Sun-Journal that the large cat showed no fear and was acting strangely by walking all around the yard and rolling around.
WATERVILLE (AP) — A Republican mayor of a Maine city now faces a vote that could remove him from office over his tweets mocking a survivor of the Parkland, Florida, school shooting.
[img_assist|nid=1216461|title=|desc= ECOMAINE, a nonprofit corporation, is losing tens of thousands of dollars a month as it struggles to pick out as much non-recyclable rubbish — called contamination — it can from the thousands of tons of materials it processes every year. Ecomaine is owned by 20 communities in southern Maine and is located in Portland.
Candidates in Maine's gubernatorial race said the state should return to civility after eight years colored by Republican Gov. Paul LePage's attacks on lawmakers and opponents.
SKOWHEGAN (AP) — The girlfriend of a Maine man charged with killing a sheriff's deputy is facing drug charges.
The Morning Sentinel reports that a grand jury indicted Kristina Pomerleau on charges of possession of cocaine base and unlawful furnishing of cocaine.
WOOLWICH — In preparation for a new student art installation in the Woolwich pedestrian tunnel, the Woolwich community is invited to a clean-up/prep day on Saturday May 5, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. or whenever finished, and then a painting day on Sunday May 6 and Saturday May 19, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., or when finished on the second day.
Emily L. Yuodsnukis of Brunswick received that Francis A. Delucia Award for the spring semester at Clarkson University
BRUNSWICK JUNIOR HIGH 3RD QUARTER HONOR ROLL
It has been a long road for Bowdoinham in its quest for an ambulance provider.
Without a contract for the past year, the town has one proposal — from North East Health Services — to cover its needs. Town Manager Bill Post said residents will be asked for funding on a new contract at June’s Town Meeting.
Through upcoming fund raising, the Orion Performing Arts Center wants to get needed visual enhancement for its stage. The goal of the latest initiative is to raise $5,000 for an overhead projector for the theater.
Community and economic development will get a reinvigorated look in Bath.
The Bath City Council voted Wednesday to resurrect the Community Development Committee and the Economic Development Commission.
BRUNSWICK — Local writer David Treadwell will host a discussion, "What a Difference the Women Make!” regarding changes at Bowdoin College since women were first admitted in 1971. Treadwell worked at the admissions office at the college at the time, and remains connected to the college today. The talk takes place 1:30 p.m.
When then-candidate Donald Trump came to Lisbon in the closing days of the 2016 campaign, he promised additional work for Bath Iron Works in the form of new ship construction.
It’s possible to surprise even the most experienced auctioneers and appraisers.
Privatization of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is not the way to go.
That was the message Sen. Angus King, IMaine, received when he met with a group of veterans Thursday at Brunswick Landing.