TWENTY-TWO STUDENTS took part in the 4th annual Science Fair at Harpswell Community School Wednesday night. Three volunteer judges talked with student participants over the course of two hours about their experiments and findings, and the crowd of parents and peers also asked questions as they perused the exhibits.
BATH — On Tuesday, April 10 at 6:30 p.m., Patten Free Library in Bath will welcome Craig Grossi and his dog Fred. Grossi is the author of "Craig & Fred: A Marine, A Stray Dog, and How They Rescued Each Other," published in 2017. The Mustard Seed Bookstore will handle sales.
Online furnishing and home decor giant Wayfair is bringing more jobs to the Brunswick Landing location it opened nearly two years ago — this time an additional 150.
Bath Iron Works cleared its first hurdle as it seeks to construct a new building at its Hardings Facility in Brunswick.
The Brunswick Planning Board approved a sketch plan submitted by the shipyard to construct a new 19,870-square-foot building at the facility on Bridle Road.
As Gov. Paul LePage signed off on a $45 million tax credit for Bath Iron Works, the shipyard’s largest union is blasting the company for laying off workers.
In the months leading up to the bill becoming law, BIW has announced two separate layoffs — 57 electricians in February and 31 painters in April.
With the governor’s signature, a bill that could give Bath Iron Works up to $45 million in tax credits over a 15 year period will become law.
Lisbon police said they arrested a local man Wednesday whom they say allegedly made threats on social media targeting a state government office.
As her mother cheered from the sideline of a JV soccer game last fall in Bend, 7-year-old Naomi Vaughan went off to play in the nearby sagebrush surrounding the playing fields.
Naomi passed the time digging a hole in the dirt. After a while, something shiny caught her eye and she lifted it out of the soil to show her mother.
[img_assist|nid=1210507|title=|desc= IN THIS PHOTO taken with a fisheye lens, SAM, a robotic bricklayer, is shown at work on the facade of a school in the Denver suburb of Englewood, Colorado.
Taylor Hall had just scored two more goals in another big New Jersey Devils victory when his general manager asked him a simple question.
WATERVILLE — On June 24, the Maine Sports Legends will honor six student/ athletes and seven individuals who will be inducted into the Maine Sports Legends’ “Hall of Honors.”
The event will be held at the Alfond Youth Center in Waterville.
RINDGE, N.H. — The top-ranked Le Moyne College men’s lacrosse team left Sodexo Field with an 18-6 Northeast-10 Conference win against Franklin Pierce University Tuesday afternoon in a contest played during a light snowstorm.
GORHAM — Junior Aliza Jordan scored five goals and had an assist to pace the University of Southern Maine women’s lacrosse team to a 12-4 victory over Salem State University in a non-conference game played in rainy conditions Wednesday afternoon at Hannaford Field.
BRUNSWICK — Kate Kerrigan, a senior guard from Bowdoin College, was named the Division III Honda Athlete of the Year nominee for Basketball as announced by Executive Director Chris Voelz of THE Collegiate Women Sports Awards (CWSA) presented by Honda.
WATERVILLE — The Thomas College women’s lacrosse team dropped a North Atlantic Conference contest, 10-2, to the University of Maine-Farmington on Wednesday afternoon at Bernatchez Field.
The Beavers improved to 3-5 (2-2 NAC) on the year, while the Terriers fell to 0-6 (0-4 NAC).