Lorraine W. (Richardson) LaFountain of Somerville passed away on September 30.
Mother of John Keniston. Sister of Grace Willard, Stanley Richardson and Allen Richardson and predeceased by her six other siblings.
Also survived by many loving nieces, nephews and cousins.
Dear friend of Robin Antonellis, Bru Heron and many others.
Those seeking to know the motive of Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock have had little more to chase than hints and shadows.
Paddock led such a low-key, private life that no one seemed to know him well, and those who did had no sense he was capable of the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history.
WINTERPORT — Helen S. Bouchard, 88, peacefully passed away October 3, 2017, at a Bangor hospital after a long illness. She was born September 17, 1929, in Brunswick, the daughter of William E. and Bertha (Scherer) Williams.
Nancy L. Laffely, 79, of 42 Hennessey Avenue, Brunswick, died Monday, October 2, 2017.
She was born in Twin Pines, Topsham, Maine on April 20, 1938, the daughter of Ovila H. and Emilienne J. Panchaud Bouchard.
She was a graduate of Brunswick High School, Class of 1957.
BRUNSWICK — William Francis Brosnan, age 52, passed away unexpectedly on September 30, 2017. Uncle Mister Bill (UMB, Bill) was an avid sports fan, loved the color orange, and always had some type of camera or electronic device at his fingertips. He was the happiest when he was spending time with his nieces and nephews.
SACO — Connie Smith Talbot died peacefully at Seal Rock Healthcare in Saco, Maine on October 1, 2017 at the age of 83. Connie is survived by her husband of 61 years, Samuel W.
FREEPORT — Shirley Ann Mathews died peacefully in her home beside her husband Rod Regier on September 30.
DEAR ABBY: I’m a happily married woman in my 30s. Although we don’t have children yet, many of our friends do. Some of them have boys who are approaching or are already in their early teens.
Please, Mr. Trump, I’m on bended knee.
Please, Mr. Trump, quit acting like a talk-show host and start acting like the president of the United States.
Last Wednesday evening, relaxing on my porch and enjoying classical music on noise canceling headphones, I was completely unaware that a few blocks away fire fighters from several towns were battling flames engulfing the Southgate. Despite their efforts, that always-been-there landmark was totally destroyed.
On Oct. 5, 1947, President Harry S. Truman delivered the first televised White House address as he spoke on the world food crisis.
Viva Puerto Rico!
Three million U.S. citizens in Puerto Rico are experiencing a human catastrophe. We must send battalions of military and civilian engineers to help repair Puerto Rico’s heavily damaged infrastructure as quickly as possible.