Topsham residents can weigh in on the proposed budget and retail marijuana operations at a 7p.m. hearing tonight.
The hearing will review the 19-article warrant in advance of May’s annual Town Meeting, which includes the proposed $12.2 million spending plan.
Police are investigating separate armed robberies that took place Tuesday night at the Topsham Fair Mall and Wednesday night at Amato’s in Brunswick.
The Maine Senate, secretary of state and an advocacy group on Wednesday asked the state supreme court to weigh in on whether to allow voters to rank their candidate choices during the June primaries as the deadline for printing ballots draws near.
PORTLAND — PDT Architects recently hired Robin Tannenbaum, a specialist in energy-efficient design, as a project manager.
At PDT, Tannenbaum is currently working on the new elementary school in Brunswick that will replace the former Jordan Acres School.
BRUNSWICK — The Maine Health Care Association recently announced that Shannon Dietz of Mid Coast Senior Health Center has graduated from the association’s 2018 Nurse Leadership Institute.
We are taking a break from our business profiles of our annual award winners for this week’s column, because we have too much news, events and activities we need to share.
The vision of two brothers is set to come to life in Lisbon.
Jason and Tyson LaVerdiere will be opening the doors of Flux Restaurant and Bar on Thursday, April 12.
BRUNSWICK — Jeffrey Morris, a certified professional photographer with Pierce Studio in Brunswick, recently won numerous print awards at the Maine Professional Photographers Association convention held in Portland.
NEW LONDON, N.H. — Colby-Sawyer freshman Nick Mathieu has been named North Atlantic Conference Men’s Tennis Player and Rookie of the Week.
A former Mt. Ararat High School standout, Mathieu won all four of his weekend matches.
GORHAM— The University of Southern Maine Huskies men’s lacrosse team exploded for 10 goals in the opening quarter and went on to defeat the visiting Husson University Eagles, 22-9, in a non-conference game Tuesday afternoon at Hannaford Field.
The Predators have the Presidents’ Trophy, and the NHL-expansion Golden Knights carry the buzz entering the Western Conference playoffs, which have the potential of resembling nothing from the past.
So step aside Chicago, which missed the playoffs for the first time in nine years, and say bye to the Blues, whose six-year playoff run is over.
Andrew McCutchen hit a bases-loaded single for his second walk-off of San Francisco’s homestand as the Giants downed the Arizona Diamondbacks, 5-4, on Tuesday.
A monster night by Mookie Betts kept the Red Sox rolling.
Betts hit a grand slam and scored five times, leading Chris Sale and Boston over the New York Yankees 14-1 Tuesday for its ninth straight victory. The Red Sox improved to 9-1 for the first time in franchise history.
The Portland Sea Dogs (1- 4) got their first win on Tuesday night, holding on for a 7-5 Eastern League win in 13 innings over the Reading Fightin Phils (2-4) at FirstEnergy Stadium.