Joe Lienert and his wife, Laura, thought their stay at Brunswick Naval Air Station would just be one stop in a series along Joe’s distinguished career path in the U.S. Navy. As it turned out, however, Brunswick would become the place their family would finally call home for good.
Opera is typically heard in a concert hall, but in Topsham you can hear it performed live amongst the babble of numerous TVs, the clatter of a busy bar and the sizzle of frying food.
Buffalo Wild Wings server Markis Larrivee and his powerful voice are an added attraction to the chain’s Topsham location.
This weekend marks the one-year anniversary of the Women’s March on Washington, a protest launched the day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration that advocated for a number of issues with a common theme of women’s issues and human rights.
It takes a bit of finesse when sculpting ice.
Central Maine Power announced Thursday that the late October wind storm cost the company $69 million, and customers could see rates increase by $1.30 per month starting in July as the company seeks to recoup part of that expense.
[img_assist|nid=1197115|title=|desc= DR. ALBERT MAGUIRE, right, checks the eyes of Misa Kaabali, 8, at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Misa was 4 years old when he received his gene therapy treatment.
The “artist” — a tiny man with a giant pencil — needed to draw a stair step pattern.
There wasn’t a patent, but there were witnesses.
In 1979, Joe Leedom was a dairy science student at South Dakota State University when he helped make the very first batch of cookies and cream ice cream.
The idea is credited to Shirley Seas, a manager at the campus dairy plant.
Alex Schlisner scored 16 of his game-high 21 points in the second half as the Pine Tree Academy boys basketball team slipped past Forest Hills, 57-55, on Tuesday in a key Class D South matchup.
The Breakers improved to 5-5, holding quarter leads of 13-5, 23-15 and 45-35.
SEOUL, South Korea
A last-minute proposal to form a joint North Korean- South Korean women’s hockey team for next month’s Olympics has sparked concern that it could be a bad move for the South Korean players.
A South Korean official tried to respond to the fears Wednesday.
STANDISH — Saint Joseph’s College earned its 13th consecutive victory with an 82-45 Great Northeast Athletic Conference women’s basketball win over Mount Ida on Tuesday.
LEWISTON — Reagan Robertson had 10 points to power the Mt. Ararat Middle School seventh-grade girls basketball team to a 43-21 win over Lewiston on Tuesday.
The Eagles are 5-3.
Nine players scored for Mt. Ararat, with Angel Huntsmen and Vlaieta Dubois adding nine points each.
BATH — The Bath Middle School seventh-grade girls basketball team dropped a close 30-28 decision to Cape Elizabeth on Tuesday.
The Destroyers fell to 1-1 despite receiving 15 points from Lanye Brewer. Libby Wallace added six points on a pair of 3-pointers, while Sophie Barber chipped in three points, and Danielle Bryant and Kadance Burden two points apiece.
BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick Junior High School eighth-grade girls basketball team picked up a 52-21 win over Oxford Hills on Tuesday.
The Huskies (7-1) started quickly, receiving seven points from Jay Lee Sturgeon and six from Morgan Foster as Brunswick claimed a 24-4 edge after one.
FARMINGTON — The Bates College women’s basketball team rolled to a 62-44 win over UMaine-Farmington on Tuesday.
Senior Nina Davenport of Freeport had a game-high 21 points and 12 rebounds for a double-double as the Bobcats improved to 7-11.
Haley Felkel had 19 points for the Beavers (4-10).