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The Times Record Located in Brunswick, ME, The Times Record is produced by Alliance Media Group and is Midcoast Maine's only daily newspaper. AMG is part of the Masthead Maine family of newspapers.

In 1902, Frank B. Nichols— owner of The Bath Daily Times, founded The Brunswick Record. Sixty-five years later, The Bath Daily Times would merge with its sister weekly, The Brunswick Record, creating the first publication of The Times Record on Feb. 6, 1967. In Feb. 2008 the company was sold to Sample News Group. The company is located at 3 Business Parkway, Brunswick, Maine.

In 1902, Frank B. Nichols— owner of The Bath Daily Times, founded The Brunswick Record. Sixty-five years later, The Bath Daily Times would merge with its sister weekly, The Brunswick Record, creating the first publication of The Times Record on Feb. 6, 1967. In Feb. 2008 the company was sold to Sample News Group. The company is located at 3 Business Parkway, Brunswick, Maine.

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Operation, maintenance and transportation costs were among the largest causes of the increase, according to RSU 1 Superi...
04/08/2022
High utility costs drive increase in RSU 1’s proposed budget

Operation, maintenance and transportation costs were among the largest causes of the increase, according to RSU 1 Superintendent Patrick Manuel.

Phippsburg would see the highest jump in the towns' allocation to the district at 10.15%, while the increase for Woolwich would be less than a percent at .82%.

Main Street Bath is working to transform the community into a "pollinator pathway," to attract and nourish butterflies, ...
04/08/2022
Bath flowers ‘pit stop’ for migrating bees

Main Street Bath is working to transform the community into a "pollinator pathway," to attract and nourish butterflies, bees and other pollinators.

Maine Street Bath is updating its annual Downtown Flowers program to support bees, butterflies and other pollinators. Heliotrope will offer sustenance to the creatures, which play a vital role in local ecosystems and agriculture.

Nearly 1,300 investors helped the campaign raise over $1 million for Brunswick-based bluShift Aerospace.
04/08/2022
Brunswick rocket company’s fundraising soars

Nearly 1,300 investors helped the campaign raise over $1 million for Brunswick-based bluShift Aerospace.

Nearly 1,300 investors helped the campaign to raise over $1 million for Brunswick-based bluShift Aerospace.

Proceeds from the fundraiser will be used for books, library programs, staffing and other library resources.
04/07/2022
Bowdoinham Public Library selling plants to raise funds

Proceeds from the fundraiser will be used for books, library programs, staffing and other library resources.

For the second year in a row, Bowdoinham Public Library hosts a hybrid fundraiser through April 1- June 11.

If the Maine Charter School Commission rejects the consolidation plan, the school will be forced to close at the end of ...
04/07/2022
Harpswell charter school could shutter if consolidation bid gets rejected

If the Maine Charter School Commission rejects the consolidation plan, the school will be forced to close at the end of the academic year.

Officials from Harpswell Coastal Academy announced on April 1 that they do not expect the Maine Charter School Commission to approve a plan to consolidate the institution's two campuses.

A total of 99 people were hospitalized with COVID on Wednesday, down from 104 on Monday and Tuesday.
04/06/2022
Maine COVID-19 hospitalizations drop below 100

A total of 99 people were hospitalized with COVID on Wednesday, down from 104 on Monday and Tuesday.

State's top health officials warned this week that a slight rise of coronavirus in wastewater samples could indicate virus levels are increasing, but signals remain mixed overall.

After spending much of middle school under pandemic guidelines, local students will get their chance to take the stage.
04/06/2022
Mt. Ararat Middle School to perform first play in 2 years

After spending much of middle school under pandemic guidelines, local students will get their chance to take the stage.

'Matilda Jr.' will be the first show Mt. Ararat Middle School performs since the start of the pandemic.

Rangeley got several inches of snow in mid March, great for one last outing.
04/05/2022
Ron Chase: A final winter ski on Rangeley Lakes Trails

Rangeley got several inches of snow in mid March, great for one last outing.

Finding quality Nordic skiing opportunities in the Maine foothills and along the coastal plain this winter has been a challenge. A succession of mixed precipitation storms resulted in minimal snow pack and often icy surfaces. Based on my experience, Rangeley Lakes Trails Center located on the north....

The new news is that there are several companies out there that will buy back older phones.
04/05/2022
The Recycle Bin: New ways to reuse, recycle phones

The new news is that there are several companies out there that will buy back older phones.

I think I’ve touched on cell phones once or twice in my column, and certainly in a couple of emails, but I’ve found some new information that might change our thinking. The Brunswick Police Department can still re-use older cell phones by configuring them to only make calls to 911 and then distr...

Coaches and advocates like Joanne P. McCallie and Amy Vachon continue to fight for bigger budgets, better pay and more o...
04/04/2022
50 years after Title IX, spending on women’s college sports still falls short

Coaches and advocates like Joanne P. McCallie and Amy Vachon continue to fight for bigger budgets, better pay and more opportunities for women in collegiate sports.

From coaches' salaries to overall expenditures, money for women's sports typically lags behind men's sports at colleges throughout Maine and the Northeast.

The writer has confirmation that good things can happen when you engage with strangers.
04/04/2022
David Treadwell: Engaging strangers can be good for your health

The writer has confirmation that good things can happen when you engage with strangers.

When you’re married to a person like Tina, you get to engage with a lot of strangers. She’s the type, you see, who will walk right up and talk to anyone, especially if that anyone has a baby or a young child with them and most especially when we’re on vacation on Anna Maria Island […]

For the past two years, town officials have been working with Boston urban design firm to try to reimagine Freeport’s to...
04/04/2022
Freeport plan would add neighborhood appeal to its downtown

For the past two years, town officials have been working with Boston urban design firm to try to reimagine Freeport’s town center as more of a traditional downtown that meets the needs of residents and the millions of tourists who visit each year.

Town officials have hired a consultant and are holding public meetings on a downtown transformation plan that would add more housing and local businesses.

Sponsored Post: Dogwill's mission is to assist food insecure pet parents across the Midcoast and you can help.Community ...
04/01/2022
Times Record Community Matters: Dogwill, Inc.

Sponsored Post: Dogwill's mission is to assist food insecure pet parents across the Midcoast and you can help.

Community Matters is proudly supported by Priority Real Estate Group and Rusty Lantern Markets.

Community Matters is a monthly series highlighting the great work local nonprofits are doing in our area. Proudly supported by Priority Real Estate Group and Rusty Lantern Market

The extra revenue would help pay to convert the inspection system to a more efficient electronic one, but Gov. Janet Mil...
03/31/2022
Bill would double vehicle inspection fee across most of Maine

The extra revenue would help pay to convert the inspection system to a more efficient electronic one, but Gov. Janet Mills said Wednesday she would veto the bill if it reaches her desk.

Reporting from Portland Press Herald.

The extra revenue would help pay to convert the inspection system to a more efficient electronic one, but Gov. Janet Mills said Wednesday she would veto the bill if it reaches her desk.

The siblings traveled to Maine from Ireland to celebrate the legacy of their brother, Lance Cpl. Patrick Gallagher, who ...
03/31/2022
4 Irish siblings honor brother’s legacy at warship ceremony in Bath

The siblings traveled to Maine from Ireland to celebrate the legacy of their brother, Lance Cpl. Patrick Gallagher, who was killed in Vietnam in 1967.

Four siblings traveled from Ireland to bear witness Wednesday to a milestone in the construction of a Navy destroyer that will bear the name of their brother, an Irish-born Marine killed in Vietnam. Lance Cpl. Patrick Gallagher survived falling on a grenade to save his comrades in July 1966 — it d...

Started in Naples in 2006, festival organizers are moving to Lisbon Falls for their first event since 2019.Reporting fro...
03/31/2022
Lisbon Falls to host Maine Blues Festival this June

Started in Naples in 2006, festival organizers are moving to Lisbon Falls for their first event since 2019.

Reporting from Sun Journal.

Started in Naples in 2006, festival organizers are moving to Lisbon Falls for their first event since 2019.

The Maine Department of Transportation announced the update Tuesday after the culvert collapsed Friday morning from rain...
03/30/2022
Rain damage will leave Alexander Reed Road in Richmond closed until September

The Maine Department of Transportation announced the update Tuesday after the culvert collapsed Friday morning from rainfall.

Reporting from Morning Sentinel / Kennebec Journal.

The Maine Department of Transportation announced the update Tuesday after the culvert collapsed Friday morning from rainfall, with repairs expected to cost $1.2 million.

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Three performances of “Matilda Jr. The Musical,” will run this weekend at the Orion Performing Arts Center in Topsham.
Operation, maintenance and transportation costs were among the largest causes of the increase, according to RSU 1 Superintendent Patrick Manuel.
Main Street Bath is working to transform the community into a "pollinator pathway," to attract and nourish butterflies, bees and other pollinators.
Nearly 1,300 investors helped the campaign raise over $1 million for Brunswick-based bluShift Aerospace.
Dirk Lesko issued a notice of immediate resignation to employees of the Bath-based company Thursday.
Proceeds from the fundraiser will be used for books, library programs, staffing and other library resources.
The Navy wants to decommission nine ships in the Freedom-class of littoral combat ships — warships that cost about $4.5 billion to build.
The man was thrown from a motorcycle after crashing into the vehicle ahead of him.
Three residents will be chosen by the board to join the nine-member hiring committee. Reporting from Sun Journal.
If the Maine Charter School Commission rejects the consolidation plan, the school will be forced to close at the end of the academic year.
Edward Tibbetts owned Atlantic Edge Lobster in Boothbay Harbor with his wife, Kathy, for 19 years before selling the business on Jan. 1, 2021.
A total of 99 people were hospitalized with COVID on Wednesday, down from 104 on Monday and Tuesday.