BRUNSWICK — Solar Energy for ME, the Friends of Merrymeeting Bay presentation scheduled for tonight at the Curtis Memorial Library has been postponed due to winter weather.
The presentation was to feature Rep. Seth Berry and Dylan Voorhees, director of Natural Resources Council of Maine Climate and Clean Energy.
New York Sen. Charles Schumer says the next Navy destroyer will be named after U.S. Marine Cpl. Patrick Gallagher, an Irish immigrant from Long Island who died fighting in Vietnam.
The Democratic senator made the announcement at a news conference near the Intrepid museum on Monday.
The Times Record is pleased to announce a new page A2 daily feature. In every edition published now through early June, we will showcase a single year in the history of Maine State Music Theatre in celebration of their sixtieth anniversary in Brunswick.
BATH — The Searching Science series at Patten Free Library continues on Wednesday, March 21 at 6:30 p.m. in the Community Room, with a presentation for adults.
Bath’s $2.8 million bond for sidewalk and street repair can now be issued.
Weather-related school cancellations will mean student walkouts at southern Midcoast high schools won’t happen as planned today.
Organizers of a Brunswick High School walkout hope to plan for another day. Updates are being posted on the Facebook page Strike for Our Lives #Enough.
School safety continues to dominate discussion in Lisbon.
In response to a resident asking about the possibility of bringing another school resource officer to the district, Superintendent Richard Green and members of the Lisbon School Committee on Monday acknowledged safety concerns, and took time to talk about steps that have already been taken.
A fierce nor’easter lashed the Northeast with hurricane-force winds, heavy snow and widespread power outages and on Wednesday millions of people faced yet another cleanup.
While Bath Iron Works is getting a tax credit it sought from the state, it’s going to be $15 million less than the shipbuilder requested.
PALM HARBOR, Fla.
Right when Paul Casey felt he was a winner in the Valspar Championship, he looked up at the TV and saw a scene that was all too familiar.
From the top seed in the NCAA Tournament — Virginia — to those that barely made it into the bracket — Arizona State and Syracuse — it feels as though everyone involved in March Madness is on the bubble this year.
College basketball is in trouble.
It was bound to come to an end.
A Lisbon streak that began back during the first season of Unified high school basketball was closed out by Lewiston on Friday, with the Blue Devils, seeded third, defeating the Greyhounds, the No. 6 seed, 42-30 in the South quarterfinals.
The Bowdoin College women’s basketball team never trailed after the opening moments and rolled to a convincing 66-48 victory over Tufts University in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division III Championship on Saturday evening at Scranton University.