As the Bath City Council accepted the vote tabulations from the elections the day before, they bid farewell to outgoing councilors James Omo and Gregory Page, who were voted out of office in their respective races.
A Bowdoin College request to discontinue a portion of Pine Street met with some resistance from the Brunswick Town Council Monday night, though there were enough votes to move the plan to a public hearing.
BATH — On Saturday from 4:30-7 p.m., Longreach Girl Scouts from Bath, West Bath, Arrowsic, Georgetown, Woolwich and Phippsburg will be preparing and serving a free spaghetti supper for active and retired military service members at the Bath United Methodist Church on Oak Grove. Families of scouts and veterans can also attend for $5.
On Tuesday, Maine Preservation recognized 16 historic preservation projects, including three local projects.
BRUNSWICK — The Fishermen’s Association and Curtis Memorial Library will screen the documentary “Chasing Coral” Nov. 27 at 6 p.m. The Fishermen’s Association will moderate a panel following the film. For more information or questions, call Monique Coombs at (207) 807-5539.
Ten days after a storm knocked out power for nearly a half million Mainers, Central Maine Power was still tackling outages in the Midcoast. CMP spokeswoman Gail Rice said Wednesday afternoon the utility was down to around 45 customers without power, all in Harpswell.
Part 2 of 2
For starters, an apology for the lack of a column last week, but like many of you I struggled to get power or an internet connection in order to submit one. Due to that I wanted to take this week’s column and highlight 10 random thoughts on things happening in the region, dates to keep in mind and other relevant (and perhaps irrelevant) musings:
Some businesses in Asia are bracing for the unexpected as President Donald Trump traverses the region and meets with the leaders of major U.S. trading partners. Exporters are apprehensive, given Trump’s penchant for unpredictability, his vehement dislike for swollen U.S. trade deficits, and his threats to rip up trade deals.
The 29th season of the Bath Antique Sale gets underway on Sunday, Nov. 12 at 10 a.m.
The sale offers quality, aged merchandise and fine collectibles, with 50 established antiques dealers from Maine and New Hampshire at the sale.
Connor McDavid scored 38 seconds into overtime to lead the Edmonton Oilers over the New York Islanders 2-1 on Tuesday night.
McDavid finished a flashy 2-on-1 by lifting a shot past Greiss for the winner after taking in a spinning backhand pass from Leon Draisaitl.
Of the half dozen first-year NFL head coaches, Vance Joseph inherited what was widely considered the best situation: a team just one year removed from a Super Bowl parade with a championship caliber defense and a renovated offense.
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Eli Manning is not ready to sit just yet.
A day after New York Giants coach Ben McAdoo floated the idea that he would consider using some young players, and no position was being excluded, the two-time Super Bowl Most Valuable Player said that he definitely wants to keep playing.
The Houston Texans have signed free agent quarterback Josh Johnson and released Matt McGloin.
The moves come a day after coach Bill O’Brien said they had discussed the possibility of adding Colin Kaepernick in the wake of a season-ending knee injury to rookie Deshaun Watson.
[img_assist|nid=1184376|title=|desc= FORMER PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES pitcher Roy Halladay throws against the Cincinnati Reds during Game 1 of baseball’s National League Division Series in Philadelphia on Oct. 6, 2010. The two-time Cy Young Award winner, who pitched a perfect game and a playoff no-hitter, died Tuesday when his private plane crashed into the Gulf of Mexico. He was 40.
The New England Patriots have placed linebacker and defensive captain Dont’a Hightower on injured reserve.
The team announced the move Tuesday. Hightower left in the second half of New England’s win over Atlanta on Oct. 22 with a right shoulder injury.