Senate Armed Services Committee member Sen. Angus King, I-Maine, last week announced a House- Senate conference commit- tee’s bicameral agreement on the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act.
Five people were injured — three residents and two firefighters — following a fire that destroyed a mobile home on Country Acres Road on Saturday morning.
All five were taken to St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center in Lewiston. Assistant Fire Chief Curtis Dimock did not provide the names of the residents who were transported.
Following a federal lawsuit filed by Coastal Counties Workforce Inc. against the LePage administration, the nonprofit workforce board reports that is has received some of the money the state was withholding.
Vox Nova Chamber Choir and INTIMA are kicking off a concert series, “The Four Seasons,” with the first show this weekend.
Fire – or the beauty of what fire can leave behind – is at the forefront of work done by multimedia artist Mark Kelly.
The historic 1802 Phippsburg Congregational Church will provide the backdrop for a reunion of local folk singers on Sunday.
The rich jazz repertoire of Duke Ellington and his musical collaborator Billy Strayhorn will fill Frontier Cafe Saturday.
Novel Jazz will perform the duo's well-known standards, and rare, vintage gems recently unearthed from original scores at the Ellington Collection at the Smithsonian at the venue, starting at 8 p.m.
ARIES Mar. 21 - Apr. 20
An emotional encounter you have with someone close to you gives you peace of mind. — the catalyst for making personal changes that improve your life.
TAURUS Apr. 21 - May 21
It’s good to want to help others, but don’t let anyone take advantage of your generosity. Communicate your feelings.
GEMINI May 22 - Jun. 21
DEAR ABBY: I missed the funeral of a long-time family friend, “Tom,” because I foolishly relied on one of my relatives to let me know when the service was and she didn’t. I had to go out of town two days after Tom died, but I should have called someone before I left so I could revise my travel plans.
A less than obvious duo — a Scottish fiddler with a 30-year career and a 25-year-old cellist from California — that has toured throughout the U.S., Canada and Europe is bringing their gentle singing and dancing melodies to the Chocolate Church Arts Center.