Bar Harbor Bankshares, which has a bank branch in Topsham, concluded their annual “Food for Good” community food drive in November. This year the event took place in Maine at 14 bank branches, as well as in New Hampshire and Vermont at 35 branches of Lake Sunapee Bank, a division of Bar Harbor Bank & Trust.
Tomorrow, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission will be voting to possibly repeal the “Net Neutrality” regulations put in place in 2015 by the Obama administration. These regulations were implemented to ensure broadband internet is easily accessible to everyone.
Despite Russia’s ban from the upcoming Olympics, officials in the country still expect more than 200 of their athletes to compete at the Pyeongchang Games.
Under International Olympic Committee sanctions announced last week, all Russians must compete under the Olympic flag as “Olympic Athletes from Russia.”
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Aaron Rodgers has been “medically cleared to return” to action after missing seven games with a broken right collarbone, the Green Bay Packers quarterback announced on Instagram Tuesday night.
The Patriots have shown only glints of vulnerability under Bill Belichick.
That’s why it was so unexpected this season to see New England putter to a 2-2 start and drop to the bottom of the NFL’s defensive rankings after allowing 30 or more points in three of those games.
The indoor track season is upon us, with longtime coach Diane Fournier of Mt. Ararat looking for a solid season from her Eagles.
At Brunswick, Dave DeLois once again coaches two teams, while Brian Berkemeyer leads Freeport into action.
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Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas told Arab and Islamic leaders on Wednesday that the United States is no longer fit to broker an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal and should be replaced as mediator by the United Nations, outlining a significant policy shift in response to President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
The decision to allow white nationalist Richard Spencer to speak at the University of Cincinnati is generating strong reactions from the school community.
The university announced in October that it would allow Spencer to speak. At the time, UC’s board of trustees condemned hate, but cited the fundamental right to free speech at a public university.
FREEPORT — Estelle L. Gallant, age 93 and formerly of Brunswick, passed away Thursday, December 7, 2017 at the Hawthorne House.
Estelle was born in Worcester, MA on October 29, 1924, a daughter of Alfred and Ida (Butler) Gallant and was educated in the Auburn, MA school system.
Kirsten Gillibrand got a fight she wants after President Donald Trump lashed out at the New York Democrat in a provocative tweet that claimed she’d begged him for campaign contributions and would “do anything” for them.
Bruce Brown, whose 1966 surfing documentary “The Endless Summer” molded the image of the surfer as a seeker of adventure and fulfillment and transformed the sport, has died. He was 80.
Brown died of natural causes Sunday in Santa Barbara, said Alex Mecl, general manager of Bruce Brown Films.