BRUNSWICK — Mid Coast Hospital and Mid Coast Senior Health, along with community partners, took part in a full-scale mass-casualty drill on Sept. 27. The disaster preparedness drill tests the preparedness and response of local, regional, and state agencies in a potential crisis.
WEST BATH — A candidates night will be held Oct. 16 at 6 p.m. at West Bath Town Office. Candidates for West Bath Selectmen include Kathleen Lavallee and Marc Travis. Candidates for West Bath School Board include Richard Davis, Robert McDaniel and Mary Wallace.
BATH — The sixth Maine Peace Walk for Conversion, Community and Climate will take place Oct. 13-21. Organizers say this year the walk will largely be centered in Bath and will call on Bath Iron Works to convert its production for “peaceful and sustainable” purposes.
Southern Maine Community College is paying tribute to its military veterans by reserving designated parking spaces specifically for veterans who have been wounded in combat.
The Maine Department of Marine Resources continues to monitor a Casco Bay algae bloom that’s sucked the oxygen out of a 14- acre swath of Maquoit Bay, killing shellfish.
In Brunswick, the bloom may impact 100,000 pounds of clams, resulting in a loss of a quarter of a million dollars in wholesale profit.
A property tax relief proposal came before the town council on Monday, but who would benefit from the plan is still up for debate.
JERSEY CITY, N.J.
Chase Elliott rubbed his head and leaned against his car, crestfallen as he replayed the final laps in his mind. Jimmie Johnson, his champion teammate, walked over to offer some encouragement and let Elliott vent.
Elliott had it, the first win in 70 career Cup starts in his sight, the white flag about to drop.
Jose Altuve ran away with the AL batting title.
The AL West race wasn't any closer.
Freeport’s 14-point lead was like getting an ominous call in the middle of the night for the Spruce Mountain Phoenix.
Austin Baltazar rushed for 221 yards and two touchdowns as the Morse High School football team rolled to a 56-14 Class C South victory over Belfast on Friday.
The Shipbuilders improved to 4-1 and host Freeport this upcoming Friday night for Military Appreciation Night at 7 p.m. The host Lions are 0-5.
TOPSHAM — The Mt. Ararat Middle School “B” field hockey dropped a close 1-0 decision to Bath recently.
Piper Cohen and Avery Myrick manned the net for the Eagles. Defensively, Nadia Rosenberg, Elvia Beattie and Tara Crossman played well.
Cross country runners throughout Maine and New England descended on Troy Howard Middle School on Saturday for the annual Festival of Champions.
In the girls competition, Glastonbury High School was the top team with 115 points, followed by Camden Hills (228 points), Cumberland (240), East Greenwich (278) and Yarmouth (284).
PORTLAND — Friday was a big day far Maine hockey.
The long-awaited team name was revealed at the Boys and Girls Club of Southern Maine in downtown Portland.
Philadelphia Flyers President, Paul Holmgren, announced that the name Maine Mariners will return to the ice in October 2018.