Day’s Jewelers, which has a location in Topsham, was recently named as one of the 2017 Best Places to Work in Maine.
The Southern Midcoast Maine Chamber has a busy fall lined up with several events getting announced in the past week. Here is a look at five upcoming events not to miss:
TOPSHAM — The Mt. Ararat High School boys jayvee soccer team came from two goals down with a pair of second-half goals to earn a tie with Brunswick, 2- 2 on Tuesday.
Brunswick’s Josh Musica put the Dragons on the board with a penalty kick. Musica scored again off a corner kick from Coenradt Taylor, giving the Dragons a 2-0 lead into the half.
BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick High School girls jayvee soccer squad got a pair of goals from Portia Woestman as they slipped past Mt. Ararat, 2- 1 on Tuesday.
Woestman scored her first goal in the opening half, giving the Dragons a 1-0 lead at halftime.
Woestman scored again in the second half before Mt. Ararat struck back with a goal of its own, cutting the lead to one.
Danica Patrick, the only female driver at NASCAR’s top level, is likely at the end of her driving career after a sponsorship shake-up left her without a ride at Stewart Haas Racing.
Christina Bowman scored the first of nine goals as the Morse High School field hockey team rolled to a 9-2 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference win over Maranacook on Tuesday.
The Shipbuilders are 3-0 on the young season and host Gardiner on Thursday at 3:30 p.m.
Star linebackers Ray Lewis and Brian Urlacher and game-breaking wide receiver Randy Moss are among 11 first-year eligible players for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
The Cleveland Indians share a record with a team celebrated by Hollywood.
Mookie Betts hit two home runs and a two-run triple, and the Boston Red Sox rolled past the Oakland Athletics 11-1 on Tuesday night.
After the opening week of the NFL season, it’s so easy to overreact, given such a small sample.
That’s not an issue for the Green Bay Packers. They started the season last week at No. 2 in the first AP Pro32 poll and opened with a 17-9 win over the Seattle Seahawks.
It does not matter what the records are when these two teams meet, it’s always a tough battle.
Tuesday evening was no different as Mt. Ararat High School erased a 1-0 deficit to down Brunswick, 2-1 in Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference boys’ soccer action.
SEOUL, South Korea
South Korea said today it had conducted its first live-fire drill for an advanced air-launched cruise missile that would strengthen its pre-emptive strike capability against North Korea in the event of crisis.
Liberal Sen. Bernie Sanders is ready to unveil his bill for starkly reshaping the country’s current hodgepodge health care system into one where the government provides medical insurance for everybody.
Republican senators are preparing to roll out details of a last-ditch effort to repeal and replace President Barack Obama’s health care law.
LOWER MATECUMBE KEY, Florida
A judge is set to hear arguments about whether the provocative online antics of former pharmaceuticals company CEO Martin Shkreli are bad enough to put him behind bars.
The hearing before U.S. District Judge Kiyo Matsumoto on a government demand to revoke the convicted Shkreli’s bail was scheduled for today in federal court in Brooklyn.
A legislative committee wants to double the recreational marijuana sales tax to 20 percent, allow drive-thru sales and let medical marijuana dispensaries be run as for-profit entities.
The Maine Legislature’s marijuana legalization committee will consider the draft marijuana bill released Tuesday when it convenes later this month.
RICHMOND — Joyce Elaine Prindall passed away on Sept. 11, 2017, with her family by her side. She was born March 11, 1934, to Maynard and Mabel Hinkley.
She was educated in Bowdoinham and graduated from Richmond High School. She lived in Bowdoinham most of her life, moving to Richmond after she was widowed in 2003.