BRUNSWICK (AP) — The Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority likes to tout the number of jobs created at the former Brunswick Naval Air Station. But the airport is growing, too.
Officials say the Brunswick Executive Airport had 1,795 flight operations through the end of October, besting the previous year by 200.
BRUNSWICK — The American Red Cross is asking Mainers to donate blood.
The organization says a decline in donations occurs from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day when donors are busy with holiday activities and travel.
Every two seconds, someone in the U.S. needs blood, according to the Red Cross.
Taking advantage of last week’s storm, an unknown person or persons apparently forced open a door to the Brunswick Diner, making off with an ATM, confirmed Brunswick police.
Voters in Arrowsic, Bath, Phippsburg and Woolwich will decide Tuesday whether to approve $74,628,411 in bonds to fund the construction of a new high school for RSU 1.
The new high school will also be home to the Bath Regional Career and Technical Center, which will share space and be integrated in classrooms.
As the city of Bath prepares to search for a new city manager, voters will decide Tuesday whether to change a residency requirement in the city charter that currently limits the pool of applicants.
The charter currently requires that the city manager reside in the city. A ballot proposal would allow a majority of the city council to waive that requirement.
ARIES Mar. 21 - Apr. 20
You will welcome this week as a time for renewal, Aries. That means surrounding yourself with easygoing people and engaging in various relaxing activities.
TAURUS Apr. 21 - May 21
The public is invited to join Oratorio Chorale, the Maine Chamber Ensemble and acclaimed soloists Elisabeth Marshall, Laura Atkinson, Matthew Anderson and David Tinervia as they perform Handel’s “Messiah” Saturday and Sunday in Portland and Brunswick.
“Messiah”was first performed 275 years ago.
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The DaPonte String Quartet starts its 26th season with a special look at Bela Bartok, a composer with whom the DSQ has an intimate and unusual connection. They will be playing his Quartet No. 3, along with Mozart’s Quartet in E flat Major and Brahms’s Quartet No. 3 in B flat Major, Op. 67 in five concerts from Portland to Rockport Nov. 4-12.