The Freeport Police Department is investigating an allegation that a local teacher had inappropriate phone contact with a student.
BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick Downtown Association’s 13th annual benefit auction, “Magic on Maine,” took place in October at The Daniel Hotel in Brunswick.
PORTLAND — Join the Maine Real Estate & Development Association for breakfast in Biddeford at the Pepperell Mill Campus on Nov. 30 for a conversation about “Manufacturing in Maine.”
Panelists participating include:
There’s a major competition happening daily in the Midcoast — the competition of recruiting, acquiring and retaining the best employees. Recruiters and businesses of all sizes are putting forward their most competitive offers to attract the right professionals. It’s the result of a low unemployment rate, business expansions and numerous open positions in a geographic region.
Shoppers rushing to find Fingerlings, the robotic monkeys that are a hot toy this holiday season, say they’ve been fooled into buying fakes through outside sellers on Amazon and Walmart.com.
LISBON — Lisbon Credit Union recently announced that Jessica Morrill is the ROCKSTAR Award winner for the fourth quarter of 2017.
She was rewarded with a trophy, $50 and a paid day off.
Morrill started with the credit union 20 years ago and is a loan officer at its Lisbon office.
PORTLAND — The Maine Heritage Policy Center recently announced that Terry Brown is the organization’s new director of communications.
Brown is a nationally published writer with 25 years of professional experience in corporate and political communications.
BRUNSWICK — Seven Mid Coast Hospital physicians were recently honored for their supervision of Tufts University School of Medicine/Maine Medical Center Longitudinal Integrated Curriculum students at Mid Coast Hospital.
TAUNTON, Mass. — S.W. Cole Engineering, Inc., headquartered in Bangor, has acquired Tibbetts Engineering Corp. of Taunton, Massachusetts.
BRUNSWICK — Bowdoin College senior wide receiver Nick Vailas has been named Second Team All-New England Small College Athletic Conference in football awards handed out by the league on Tuesday.
Vailas closed out a sensational career with a flourish, hauling in 56 receptions, second most in the NESCAC, for 729 yards, fourth in the NESCAC.
STANDISH — Saint Joseph’s College rolled to an 84-57 women’s basketball victory over UMaine-Farmington on Tuesday.
The Topsham Parks and Recreation Department has more information on upcoming winter camps and events.
Contact the Rec. at 725- 1726 for questions.
Takes place on Sundays at Mt. Ararat High School through the end of March. Patrons are asked to enter through the back side entrance of the gymnasium.
The Los Angeles Lakers’ first half resembled many miserable stretches of the past four seasons. Although the Chicago Bulls have plenty of their own problems, they outworked, outshot and outsmarted the Lakers while taking a 14-point lead.
The University of New England men’s ice hockey team took its only lead of the game late in the third period and held on for a 3-2 Tuesday night final against Bowdoin.
The Polar Bears fell to 1-2, while the Nor’Easters climbed to 3-3-1.
BATH — The Bath Middle School eighth-grade boys basketball team evened its record to 1-1 with a 46-35 victory over Yarmouth recently.
Leading the Destroyer offense was Jansen Morrison with 15 points. Josh Ter Mors added 14 and Gabe Aucoin 13.
Chase Nicolino and Elliot Dorr were defensive standouts against the Clippers.
GORHAM — Former Freeport High School standout Nina Davenport poured in 27 points and added eight rebounds and four steals to lead the Bates College women’s basketball team to a 68-56 victory over the University of Southern Maine on Tuesday.
The Bobcats (1-2) picked up their first victory of the season, while the Huskies (0- 4) remained winless.
Vladimir Tarasenko had two goals and two assists and got in a rare fight Tuesday night, helping the St. Louis Blues to an 8-3 victory over the Edmonton Oilers.
Brayden Schenn also had two goals and two assists, and Jake Allen stopped 26 shots for the NHL-leading Blues (16-5-1).
Svi Mykhailiuk scored 21 points, Udoka Azubuike added 20 and No. 3 Kansas cruised to a resounding 114-71 victory over Texas Southern on Tuesday night in the Jayhawks’ first game of the Hoophall Miami Invitational.