Brunswick

  • Historic crossing

    Runners cross the Swinging Bridge from Brunswick to Topsham for the first time ever during the sixth annual Save Our Swinging Bridge 5K on April...

  • Brunswick blaze investigated by fire marshall

    BRUNSWICK — The Fire Department and the state fire marshal’s office are investigating a blaze that tore through a home at 209 Pleasant St. Wednesday...

  • A Portland dream spins worldwide

    Record Store Day celebrates retail independence PORTLAND — In July 2007, Chris Brown was sitting in his Monument Square office when he got an idea...

  • SAD 75, Brunswick eye special ed collaboration

    TOPSHAM — The special education directors of School Administrative District 75 and Brunswick want to combine their programs by 2013. The collective would comprise one set...

  • Machine move-in

    Harbor Technologies in Brunswick is the proud owner of a new pultrusion machine. The 40-foot machine, which arrived by truck Monday afternoon, pulls pieces of...

  • Bath, Brunswick to get $1.3M from stimulus

    Funds target neighborhood stabilization BRUNSWICK — Bath and Brunswick are slated to receive $1.3 million from the federal stimulus package to buy and redevelop abandoned...

  • Brunswick

    Brunswick Arrests 3/11 at 4:46 p.m. James F. Dorrington, 44, of 9 Stone St., was arrested on Stone Street on charges of unlawful cultivation of...

  • Brunswick

    Brunswick Arrests 3/5 at 1:05 a.m. Thomas S. Pinette, 27, of 24A Lunt Road, was arrested on Lunt Road on a charge of operating under...

  • Brunswick

    Arrests 2/23 at 11:20 p.m. Sean Patrick Smith, 22, of 53 Baybridge Road, was arrested on Old Bath Road on a charge of operating under...

  • Local transit projects to receive stimulus

    Downeaster extension, Veteran’s bridge replacement still uncertain The state is poised to receive more than $160 million, most for paving projects, from the $787 billion...

  • Flat budget could be costly for Brunswick

    $1.1M reduction could mean layoffs BRUNSWICK — The Town Council could find itself mimicking many private companies and laying off employees if it pursues a...

  • Police Beat

    Bath Summons 2/13 at 1:40 p.m. Kara Helman, 18, of Lark Street, was issued a summons by Officer Richard Ross on a charge of theft...

  • m-pox Police Beat

    Brunswick Arrests 2/6 at 10:24 p.m. Grayce H. Northup, 30, of A29 Juniper East, Yarmouth, was arrested on Cumberland Street on charges of operating under...

  • Slide show

    Paul Cunningham photo Brunswick 12-year-olds Bryn Suckart, left, and Haley Murano enjoy the ride last Sunday afternoon at the Foreside Road Recreational Facility in Topsham.

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    Bath Arrests 2/2 at 7:30 p.m. Brandon Jenkins, 18, of Larry Lane, Brunswick, was arrested by Officer Andrew Booth on a charge of theft and...

  • m-topbizpark-013009 Regional business park pact in the works

    TOPSHAM — While a site for a potential regional business park has yet to be confirmed, Topsham and Brunswick development advocates are establishing a committee to...

  • Sharing a ride

    It was smooth sledding for Brunswick Junior High School friends Julia Grocholl and Sarah Jedd after last Sunday’s snowstorm.

  • nm-fpttobacco-010108 Students protest Big Tobacco's targeting of teens

    FREEPORT — On a busy pre-holiday afternoon downtown, students from Freeport, Mount Ararat and Brunswick high schools gathered to protest tobacco companies that market to...

  • m-topbusinesspark-122608 Hope remains for regional business park

    TOPSHAM — The owners of land proposed for a regional business park are working toward a revised plan that would bring the development to fruition....