Curtis Coming Back Better than Ever
January started out with a bang at Curtis Library — literally. After three weeks of freezing weather, a pipe leading to one of the library’s sprinklers froze and broke. The result was a cascade of water flowing down the walls and out of the ceiling in the library’s west entrance for 10 minutes until the pipe was shut down.
The Times Record is pleased to announce the monthly publication of a new Volunteer Opportunities page, sponsored by RE/MAX Riverside of Topsham. All local non-profit organizations are encouraged to submit their volunteer opportunities at no charge on a monthly basis.
Central Maine Power Company will begin a tree trimming and removal project in Freeport next Monday.
The work will take place over a two- to three-month span, as part of the utility’s five-year trimming program to help prevent downed power lines.
Bowdoin College students and Brunswick residents alike have had a shared problem — a lack of public transportation options.
Maine environmentalists must remain vigilant in the new year, according to Natural Resources Council of Maine’s Peter Didisheim.
Continuing work that started Tuesday, the U.S. Coast Guard will keep up its ice breaking efforts to open up water on the Kennebec River this weekend.
It’s unclear what impact an estimated $198 million in tax expenditures over 20 years has had on Bath Iron Works. That uncertainty exists as the Legislature’s taxation committee prepares to hold a hearing Wednesday to effectively renew a $60 million tax credit.
Consider this cold comfort: A study of the brutal American cold snap that began around Christmas found that the Arctic blast really wasn’t global warming but a freak of nature.
COLLEGE PARK, Md.
Rachel Eberius fell in love with animals and the great outdoors while growing up in Harford County.
She relished the camping trips she took with her parents. She enjoyed water skiing on the Chesapeake. And like many young people, she had a soft spot for cats and dogs.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.
Kelly Forck works with the land. But for his business to succeed, he relies on the cloud.
Forck and other farmers rely on internet access for up-to-date information on everything from crop prices to wind patterns. Data stored in online cloud-based servers allows for detailed soil analysis.
There are times when Richmond High School girls basketball coach Mike Ladner simply shakes his head, wondering what is going on with his Bobcats.
Four players scored double-digit points as the Brunswick High School girls basketball team downed Morse, 59-34 in Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference action.
Brunswick improved to 12- 0, while Morse slips to 2-11.
The Dragons (12-0) jumped out to a 14-8 lead after one quarter behind Marley Groat’s eight points and Sabrina Armstrong’s two treys.
Marin Cilic has joined an elite group at the season-opening Grand Slam, becoming just the second man outside the so-called Big Four to reach the Australian Open final in a decade.