A Harpswell man was found seriously injured on Bailey Island Wednesday morning after being trapped in a car for nearly 10 hours after his vehicle struck a house.
According to the Cumberland County Sheriff ’s Office, incident at 2196 Harpswell Islands Road is believed to have occurred around midnight Tuesday, but wasn’t reported until 9:53 a.m. Wednesday.
Just before the shooting broke out, some students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School thought they were having another fire drill.
Such an exercise had forced them to leave their classrooms hours earlier. So when the alarm went off Wednesday afternoon shortly before they were to be dismissed, they once again filed out into the hallways.
A film shown in a Brunswick elementary school has rankled some parents and spurred a discussion about the developing curriculum on racial equality.
Recreational marijuana won’t be coming to Bath anytime soon.
The Bath City Council on Wednesday night approved first passage of a six-month moratorium for any retail marijuana establishment, which city staff stated was necessary due to the lack of guidelines from the state.
Truck driver Al Andrews recently spoke with The Times Record about the changes he’s seen since he started at L.L. Bean a little more than 50 years ago. Here’s what he had to say.
In meeting with several new or potential members over the past few weeks, I’ve noticed several questions continue to come up in my conversations. Most prevalently, people are asking me how can they get connected with other business people.
What’s next for Uno? Dos, of course.
Mattel is launching the new card game Dos next month in hopes of giving its nearly 50-year-old Uno brand a second life. Dos has similar rules as Uno, except players make two piles of cards and can throw down two cards at a time instead of one.
Chicago’s 100-story John Hancock Center along Michigan Avenue is getting a new name.
After five continuous decades with one of the
BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick High School freshman boys basketball team ended its season with a 71-54 victory over Mt. Ararat recently.
The Dragons went 17-1 this season, including a season closing 15-game winning streak.
Coming off a 10-day layoff without a game, Mt. Ararat/Lisbon/Morse goaltender Cade Charron’s solid play early and often kept the host Eagles alive through a rough start in boys high school hockey on Tuesday at Sidney J. Watson Arena.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — The University of Southern Maine women’s track and field team won its 18th consecutive Little East Conference indoor championship Saturday at the annual New England Alliance Championships held at the Providence Career and Technical High School.
BRUNSWICK — Bowdoin College senior Julie Dachille has been named the New England Small College Athletic Conference Women’s Ice Hockey Player of the Week.
GANGNEUNG, South Korea
Jocelyne Lamoureux- Davidson can’t remember ever scoring twice on the same shift. The three-time Olympian looking for her first gold medal is just happy to give the Americans a bit of a boost.
She did it in Olympic record fashion.
GANGNEUNG, South Korea
Sui Wenjing knows what it takes to overcome injuries.
The Chinese pairs skater underwent surgeries on both of her feet a couple of years ago, taking her off the ice entirely for several months. The painful recovery began with learning how to walk again, then getting back into skates, and finally joining partner Han Cong for world-class competition.
PYEONGCHANG, South Korea