Throughout the Midcoast, communities are taking time to honor those who served our country, recognizing the sacrifices they made in the name of freedom. The following are some of the events taking place around the region.
The Don Campbell Band Patriotic Concert will take place at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Chocolate Church Arts Center at 804 Washington St., Bath.
Editor’s note: This week's elections gave Brunswick resident Frank Heyman a chance to reflect on one of the more interesting presidential elections in the 20th century: 1948. Here are his thoughts. T he following were candidates for president in 1948: Harry S.
Sweeping Democratic victories in Virginia and key gains in other 2017 state legislative races have lifted Democratic hopes of even bigger wins in next year's midterm elections, as they seek a greater voice in how political districts will be redrawn for the decade to come.
BIDDEFORD (AP) — White House adviser Ivanka Trump is scheduled to appear at a forum on tax reform at a business in Maine.
AUGUSTA (AP) — The Maine Department of Health and Human Services unlawfully spent over $13 million in federal funds in 2015 and 2016, but is unlikely to face a penalty for the misuse.
On Tuesday, Nov. 14, Somali Bantu farmers from New Roots Cooperative Farm in Lewiston will give a presentation about their new farm at the Friends Meetinghouse in Damariscotta. The event is sponsored by Lincoln County Indivisible and is part of an effort to build greater understanding of, and relationships with, some of Maine’s most recent immigrant populations.
Brunswick firefighters are “stuffing a truck” and they need your help.
The “Stuff a Truck” food drive, which will benefit Mid Coast Hunger Prevention Program in Brunswick, will take place from noon to 7 p.m. today in the parking lot of Hannaford Supermarket on Elm Street.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House says President Donald Trump believes Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore "will do the right thing and step aside" if sexual misconduct allegations against him are true.
BRUNSWICK — Boy Scouts from Troop 648 in Brunswick will be hosting a spaghetti dinner on Friday, Nov. 17, from 5-7 p.m. at the St. Charles Parish Hall on McKeen Street.
Funds raised by the dinner allow the Troop to purchase equipment for hiking excursions and outings, and for summer camps and opportunities for Scouts who may need financial assistance.
AUGUSTA — The Maine State Chamber of Commerce presented its first Maine E.N.V.Y. award to the Midcoast Regional Redevelopment
The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency charged a Brunswick man and two people from Brooklyn, New York, Tuesday with selling heroin and crack cocaine from a home located in the Maplewood Manor mobile home park.
A substantial amount of heroin, crack cocaine and firearms were seized, according to a press release issued Thursday by the Maine Department of Public Safety.
The credit rating agency Moody’s Investors Service has warned that the decision by Maine voters to expand Medicaid might make it more difficult for the state to keep its budget balanced.
Veterans Day is Saturday, and services, parades and observations will be held throughout the Midcoast and the nation to honor those who served. In honor of Veterans Day, The Times Record spoke with two local veterans about their careers in military service. Here are their stories:
A solar array in Woolwich, approved at April’s Town Meeting, will be finished and operational by the end of the year.
The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency charged three people Tuesday with selling heroin and crack cocaine from a Brunswick home.
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Crying babies push the same “buttons” in their mothers’ brains no matter what their culture, a new study suggests.
The research found that mothers in 11 countries tend to react the same way to their bawling child — by picking up and talking to the baby — and that the way mothers respond seems to be programmed into their brain circuits.