It was just another afternoon as I made the left hand turn from Maine Street into the Hannaford parking lot. Almost immediately, I had the nagging, claustrophobic sense that there was no room for my little Toyota Echo among this throng of shoppers. It was late afternoon and I told myself this was normal for an early dinner grocery rush.
Approximately 22 million viewers tuned in to “60 Minutes” last Sunday to watch as Anderson Cooper interviewed Stephanie Clifford. Clifford, better known as adult film actress Stormy Daniels, alleges that she had an affair with now- President Trump in 2006.
Brunswick planners are working to maintain the character of downtown neighborhoods.
To that end, they are seeking public input as they continue updating the Village Review Overlay Zone guidelines approved in 2004. There will be a meeting on the updates at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at Curtis Memorial Library.
Maine’s Republican governor has claimed without providing evidence that President Donald Trump’s administration will only let the state expand Medicaid if lawmakers put the money up.
Supporters of ranked-choice voting on Friday made their argument for having a judge order the state to proceed with the system in the June primary elections just a day after Maine’s top election official raised concerns about a legal technicality.
NORRIDGEWOCK (AP) — Authorities say the death of a Norridgewock couple appears to be a murder suicide.
Maine State Police say 62-year-old William Hale, 58- year-old Marie Lancaster Hale and their dog were found dead in their home Saturday morning.
Police say all appear to have died from gunshot wounds.
BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick Downtown Association and Maine State Music Theatre is co-hosting “Diva Night!” again this year. The 5th annual event will take place on Friday from 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. at Maine State Music Theatre, 22 Elm Street in Brunswick. Groups of women are encouraged to gather at the event.
BRUNSWICK — Bowdoin College is hosting a short symposium to celebrate ecosystem ecologist, and Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies John Lichter’s service on Thursday, April 5 from 4-5:30 in Kresge Auditorium, Visual Arts Center.
After a successful launch two years ago, a second Brunswick Naval Air Station reunion has been planned for this summer for those that were stationed or worked at the base.
The reunion committee has announce the second biennial reunion will take place at Brunswick Landing Aug. 10-12.
Three out of four towns within Regional School Unit 1 will pay more if the district’s 2018-19 spending plan moves forward as proposed.
The public will get a chance to hear more at a 6 p.m. forum today at Bath Middle School.
Plans for a new shelter in Brunswick with more beds for the homeless may be on hold due to a zoning issue.
The town council tonight will consider an emergency moratorium to halt the construction of shelters in Brunswick. The reason — nothing in the current zoning allows for shelters, although Tedford Housing is already operating two in town.
All that stands between Bath Iron Works and a $45 million tax credit is Gov. Paul LePage’s signature.
The Brunswick Public Works Department has announced that construction will start Monday on Union Street, which will involve some road closures.
The celebrated Cassatt String Quartet and esteemed pianist George Lopez will team up for a concert at Bowdoin College next week.
The free concert will take place at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 6, at Studzinski Recital Hall on the Bowdoin campus.