Following recent construction on Pearl Street, the Bath City Council has decided to ban parking on the South side of the road from Willow Street to Washington Street. Previously, there were no parking restrictions on that street.
AUGUSTA — The Environmental Health Strategy Center honored state Rep. Ralph Tucker, D-Brunswick, with its Legislative Leadership Award at a ceremony in Portland last week.
Three people were arrested Sunday night after an Androscoggin Sheriff's deputy pulled over a car that police say was reported stolen.
According to Chief Deputy William Gagne, a gray Saturn was reported stolen earlier in the day by the Lewiston police.
BATH — A benefit to raise funds for the non-profit WISE-Women’s Initiatives that Strengthen and Empower, working in western Zambia, will be held Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Bohemian Rose Boutique, 106 Front St., Bath.
MORSE HIGH SCHOOL 1ST QTR HONORS
High Honors: Brandon Barone, Connor Bennoch, Christina Bowman, Caiden Fraser, Alexander Gates, Elias Goodrich, Connor Hagerthy, Antonina Keyes, Alexander Martin, Zenaide McCarthy, Sarah Meyer- Waldo, Jack Ouimette, Destiny Ter Mors, Leah Totman
And the songs just keep coming, along with new mail! The auction was last night at Joshua’s. Hopefully, it was a great turnout and everyone had a lot of fun. Tomorrow night is The Jingle Jam at the Bath Elk’s Club from 3- 10 p.m. Elvis will be leading off the show and Santa will be there a little after four.
SPECTRUM GENERATIONS IS ALL SMILES this holiday season at the People Plus Center. Pictured are Hannah Tompkins, left, and Casey Henson holding some of the almost 100 poinsettias donated by the Brunswick High School and Mt. Ararat High School Music programs to be delivered to Meals on Wheels clients this week.
Few attended a special town meeting Wednesday in Topsham, where the majority of discussion centered around the proposed re-adoption of a six-month moratorium on retail marijuana stores, establishments and social clubs.
A rare, late-season toxic algae bloom has prompted the state to close some of the most productive clamming areas.
The closure that stretches from Portland Harbor to the west side of Harpswell affects hundreds of acres of clam flats in Freeport and Brunswick, as well as mussel and oyster farms in those communities and around Chebeague Island.
Following more than four hours of arguments and deliberation, Maine’s Board of Environmental Protection voted 6-1 to deny an appeal spearheaded by the town of Phippsburg to stop Jackson and Susan Parker from removing the Popham pilings.
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NASA captured 20 years of changing seasons in a striking new global map of the home planet.
The data visualization, recently released, shows Earth’s fluctuations as seen from space.
When he was 9, Mason Two Crow learned he could be legally blind before he turned 18. A few years later, his doctors told him something else: Researchers were working on a treatment that could save his vision. But the therapy would have to arrive before Mason lost his eyesight.
Summer thunderstorms in North America will likely be larger, wetter and more frequent in a warmer world, dumping 80 percent more rain in some areas and worsening flooding, a new study says.
LeBron James drained a 3-pointer with 15 seconds left and finished with 32 points as the Cleveland Cavaliers tied a franchise record with their 13th straight win, 101- 95 over the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday night.