Bayley Pendleton scored the game winning goal by way of a penalty stroke with 44 seconds left in double overtime, to give a jubilant Lincoln Academy field hockey team their first varsity win since 2006. The dramatic 2-1 victory came in the team's KVAC opener against the Morse Shipbuilders.
If you have been anywhere near a television this week, you are probably familiar with the story of former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, whose domestic violence case is currently shaking the National Football League to its very foundation.
With no public comment allowed, the Alna Board of Selectmen agreed Sept. 3 to pursue an amended contract with Hagar Enterprises Inc., the only contractor that responded for Alna's request for bids for the snowplowing contract.
The Jefferson School Committee continued moving forward Sept. 9 regarding their vote to keep "specials" of art, music, and physical education at Jefferson Village School at half-time this year, but an influx of secondary students in town may affect future plans.
Selectmen in all towns conduct basic town business, which includes proposing budgets, calling elections, making policy, appointing committees, supervising employees, and other administrative tasks; however, not too many will bury dead people, clear brush, and catch rodents to save taxpayers money.
From the time David and Emily Kallin first hiked the Appalachian Trail in 2002, they knew they would return someday with their children. On Aug. 31, the family, including 8-year-old Maddy and 9-year-old Nathan, completed the 2,185-mile hike.
A Connecticut couple died in a high-speed, single-vehicle accident on Route 27 in Boothbay the morning of Friday, Sept. 5. Donald Hudson, 85, and his wife, Doreen Hudson, 67, of Madison, died in the accident.