AUGUSTA (AP) — The Maine labor department says hundreds of unemployment claimants are having trouble receiving payments as the state rolls out a new system.
KENNEBUNKPORT (AP) — The Maine Restaurant Association says the state’s tourism industry could improve through deductions included in the Republican tax plan.
MILLINOCKET (AP) — Maine State Police say an attack on two people in Millinocket that caused lifethreatening injuries preceded a lockdown at the local hospital.
Lt. Troy Gardner said both assault victims, a man and a woman, were hurt inside a home. They were taken Tuesday night to Millinocket Regional Hospital, before being taken to Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor.
The Sagadahoc County Emergency Management Agency, in partnership with the Sagadahoc County Sheriff ’s Office and the Sagadahoc County Communications Center, utilizes an emergency notification system to ensure individuals who live and work in Sagadahoc County are made aware of critical emergency information within a moment’s notice.
BATH — On Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018, at 6:30pm, Pan Fried Steel returns to Patten Free Library. Based in Yarmouth, the band is directed by Ian Ramsay, Chair of the Arts Department at North Yarmouth Academy, who is also a musician, teacher, and writer. The band started more than 15 years ago and draws members from southern and Midcoast Maine.
After a fatal Amtrak derailment in
Washington state on Monday that killed three people, representatives for local passenger service say that safety remains a top priority.
Woolwich will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new solar panel array in January.
Phippsburg selectmen have voted to set the dates for the 2018 annual town meeting for May 14-16.
Topsham selectmen tonight will hear from the public regarding permit applications and an old bridge in need of repair.
TOPSHAM — Abenaki Retirement Investment Services has announced a name change to Atlantic Financial Services.
The focus and the goals of the business remain the same — provide investment planning to individuals, regardless of their financial standing, that is designed specifically to meet their needs.
BATH — Glenn Hutchinson, Bath Savings president and CEO, has announced key changes to the bank’s board of trustees.
Bath resident John Voorhees was recently elected chairman. Voorhees has served on the bank’s board since 2009. He fills the position created upon the retirement of former chairman, Brian Perkins. Esther Pappas was elected vice chairwoman.
TOPSHAM — Staff at Down East Credit Union & Insurance Agency in Topsham helped make Thanksgiving more satisfying for two families in need.
Staff members donated food to create two large baskets filled with all the makings of a Thanksgiving dinner, plus two $95 gift cards for any additional groceries they might need.
This is the first in a two-part year in review series that will touch on the Midcoast region, the businesses in it and one community leader’s perspective on how to make the world exactly one shade brighter.
Construction of new homes increased 3.3 percent in November — with the gain largely coming from single-family houses being built at the strongest pace in more than a decade.
BRUNSWICK — Earlier this month, Mechanics Savings Bank presented a $1,000 check to Oasis Free Clinics as part of its charitable giving program.
Brian Robinson, business service specialist at Mechanics Savings and a member of the Oasis board of directors, presented the donation and talked about their commitment to Oasis’ work.
BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick Junior High School eighth-grade girls basketball team used a pair of solid quarters in rolling to a 38-16 victory over Oxford Hills on Monday.
Leading 10-4 after a quarter, the Huskies outscored the Vikings 14-4 in the second and 6-0 in the third for a 30-8 lead.