Recent testing of residential wells to the north of Brunswick Landing showed that a contaminant known as PFC hasn’t impacted the water.
The base Restoration Advisory Board will meet today at 4:30 p.m. at Best Western Plus at 71 Gurnet Road, where there will be an update on the PFC testing.
Maine Department of Environmental Protection hydrogeologist
“A community college has to be an economic engine that supports the community it serves. It’s the way we should function.”
Clinging to being under 40 years old (by the slimmest of margins) and having hobbies where I interact with many 20- and 30-somethings (example: community theater), I often find myself explaining to people what my job is.
Brian Boyle hopes to play hockey again soon after being diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukemia, a type of bone- marrow cancer that the New Jersey Devils’ team doctor said can largely be treated with medication.
[img_assist|nid=1174647|title=|desc= MORSE AND BRUNSWICK BATTLED in girls high school soccer Tuesday afternoon at Brunswick High School. Pictured above, Shipbuilder goalie Marissa Parks (00) is surrounded by her defense with Brunswick’s Isabella Banks (10) watching. Pictured for Morse, left to right, Emma Gould (17), Madeline Mitchell (7) and Kali Pierce. The Dragons blanked Morse, 1-0.
The Tufts University volleyball team defeated Bowdoin in a five-set marathon on Tuesday evening, 3-2, taking a key NESCAC victory in a two-and-a-half hour match at Morrell Gymnasium.
SOUTH PARIS — The Brunswick Junior High School seventh-grade girls soccer team opened its season with a 6-1 victory over Oxford Hills on Monday.
Sophia Morin had a hat trick for the Huskies (1-0), while Kelsey Carlton had two goals and Cora Slocum one. Hannah Lay picked up an assist.
AUBURN — The Brunswick High School girls jayvee soccer team extended its undefeated streak to begin the year with a 3-2 victory over Edward Little on Monday.
All three Brunswick goals came in the first half, beginning with Alex Bunker’s shot from the right wing, just two minutes in.
BRUNSWICK — Bowdoin College sophomore Kara Finnerty has been named New England Small College Athletic Conference Player of the Week.
PORTLAND — The Portland Sea Dogs, Double-A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox, have announced the team’s schedule for the 2018 season.
The Sea Dogs will open the 2018 season on the road against the Binghamton Rumble Ponies on April 5. The home opener at Hadlock Field is scheduled for April 13 at 6 p.m. against Binghamton.
TOPSHAM — The Mt. Ararat Middle School seventh grade girls soccer team fell to Tripp in its opening game, 3-1, on Monday.
Tripp jumped on top 2-0 before Eagle Emma Dobransky scored early in the second half to make for a 2-1 contest.
CC Sabathia found himself in trouble as soon as he stepped on the mound Tuesday night.
The veteran left-hander was able to escape an early jam, setting the tone for the rest of the game.
BATH — The Morse High School girls jayvee team fell to Lincoln Academy, 3-1, in recent action.
Trailing 1-0, Zoe Sreden tied the game for the Shipbuilders.
The Eagles managed two more goals down the stretch to pull out the victory.
BRUNSWICK — Portia Woestman and Siara Ambs each had a pair of goals to help lift Brunswick over Morse in girls high school jayvee soccer Tuesday.
In cold, damp conditions, Lila Solberg, Rae Bamberger, Lexi Guptil and Katherine Hartnett each tallied scores for the Dragons.
Lizzy Koval, Woestman, Solbert and Bamberger each racked up assists in the victory.
TOPSHAM — The Mt. Ararat High School boys jayvee soccer team was edged, 3-2 by Camden Hills recently.
Eli Ouellette scored the Eagles’ first goal off a pass from Tristan Zell. Thomas Davison tallied the second goal with an assist from Jacob Sargent.
Strong play from Nathan Taylor, Nathan Kofroth and Riley Gilson kept Mt. Ararat in the game.
[img_assist|nid=1174627|title=|desc= BRUNSWICK’S LEA SCRAPCHANSKY (11, top photo) dodges Morse’s Emma Gould moments before she scores the game’s only goal in girls high school soccer Tuesday. Above, Morse’s Julia Cliffe (right) attempts to score on Brunswick goalie Beth Labbe (left) late in the game. Labbe made the save and the Dragons defeated the Shipbuilders, 1-0.
The Richmond High School boys soccer team is used to playing and practicing on a wide and long field.
However, at least once a year, the Bobcats board the bus and head to Buckfield for its East- West Conference clash with the Bucks on a field that is tight, both in length and width.