Cpl. Gene Cole was a musician, TV repairman and father. People appreciated his respectful manner and ability to defuse a volatile situation. At 62, the sheriff ’s deputy was nearing retirement.
John Williams is a former high school class officer whose life spiraled downward because of drugs, according to friends.
Authorities are searching for a third day for a man sought in the fatal shooting kill of a deputy sheriff in Maine.
MT. ARARAT MIDDLE SCHOOL 3RD QTR HONOR ROLL
High Honors: Jamie Appel, Nelson Balboni, Ella Davies, Sarah Gray, Aidan Greenleaf, Katherine Hawkes, Chhaya Hinkley, Judith Hughes, Julie Miquelon, Elizabeth Scherry, Danika Siatras, Paige Swanson, and Rose Tuttle
What started with a visit to a pair of Coffin Elementary School kindergarten classrooms two decades ago has grown into a week-long annual affair.
As a series about homelessness in Bath comes to a close, participants are ready to start acting on what they’ve learned.
BRUNSWICK — Mid Coast Hospital has been awarded an ‘A’ for its continued achievement in patient safety by the Leapfrog Group. Mid Coast Hospital is one of only 49 “Straight A” hospitals in the United States to be awarded an ‘A’ every grading cycle since 2012.
BRUNSWICK — Starting Tuesday, May 1, farmers will set up their tents on the Brunswick Town Mall for the Brunswick Farmers’ Market. This market runs every Tuesday and Friday from 8 a.m.to 2 p.m. until Nov. 20.
A passion for history inspired Margaret Shiels Konitzky to move to Maine – and to share it with others.
In her new book, titled “Midcoast Maine in World War II,” she shares what local life was like during the war. Her subject was borne out of her role working for Historic New England, a job she started in 2007.
[img_assist|nid=1214972|title=|desc= JOHN DENNEN reads “A Dream” by Edgar Allan Poe Thursday at the Tontine Mall in Brunswick in celebration of Poem in Your Pocket Day, as poet Patty Sparks listens. April is National Poetry Month and given Brunswick’s heritage, should be celebrated in Brunswick, said organizer Kathy Koerber.
A group in Durham is working to save a significant piece of town history.
Known currently as the Union Church, the 744 Royalsborough Road property is the old town hall. Durham Historical Society is trying to save the building, which needs significant repairs.
There are now more than 1,500 jobs — and $350 million in property investment — at Brunswick Landing, site of the former Brunswick Naval Air Station.
Plans for Maine School Administrative District 75’s pre-kindergarten program are moving ahead, after barely surviving a 7-6 vote of approval by the school board earlier this month.
Board members were divided over class size.
For Read Armstrong of Woolwich, his service in the Army during the Vietnam War was never something to wear on his sleeve.