LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Christina Coulombe, 66, formerly of Brunswick, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2017, at Nathan Adelson Hospice in Las Vegas, NV, after a short battle with cancer.
Melinda Geraldine (Bradley) Prosser lived a spontaneous and strong-willed life.
DEAR ABBY: I think my stepdaughter “Caroline” has an unhealthy relationship with my husband. Caroline calls him several times a day and gets tattoos just like his. When she got a boob job, she wanted to show him. She doesn’t talk to me much, although I have tried to be close to her.
What do you believe the purpose of the Air Show is? Why not show up to protest the air show this year at Brunswick Landing on Saturday, Aug. 26 from 9 a.m. to noon?
Have you ever been asked a question and wondered, before you answered it, why the question was asked in the first place? A little more on that in a moment.
PORTLAND (AP) — Police in Maine have recaptured an inmate who escaped while at a work release job.
AUGUSTA (AP) — Maine Republican state Sen. Andre Cushing is facing ethics violations in part for failing to report short-term loans from his political action committee to a family business.
To The Times Record: Think Before You Print
This letter is in regard to a news article that appeared Aug. 17, “Brunswick man’s death investigated,” about the death of Brunswick resident Seth Caron.
AUGUSTA (AP) — A group of Republicans wants Maine Secretary of State Matt Dunlap to strike the word “insurance” from a November ballot question asking voters to expand Medicaid under the federal Affordable Care Act.
PORTLAND (AP) — Maine’s Congressional delegation is giving a mixed review to President Donald Trump’s re-commitment to the war in Afghanistan.
BANGOR (AP) — Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine didn’t vote for President Donald Trump and she says she’s not sure if he’ll be the GOP nominee in 2020.
She tells MSNBC that there’s “a long ways between now and that point.”
If those seeking to remove the statues of Confederate heroes are successful, Gov. Paul LePage asked if they’ll next “take my books” and clear library shelves in a bid to strip away history.
He also claimed, with no evidence, that thousands of Mainers fought for the Confederacy.
Law enforcement officials don’t have to show what specifically distracted a driver before a fatal chain-reaction crash, the state supreme court ruled, providing important guidance to law enforcement at a time when distracted drivers are a major concern.