September 27, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Neighbors

Local Acapulco has been voted Best of the Best 2 years running

Owner, Cami Hondel is a Master Certified Spray Technician with 12 years of spray tanning experience. Local Acapulco offers a sunless booth, customized hand held spray tanning, UV tanning and skincare products. More...

It’s All About the Tea

I love all things tea; the civility, the cultural traditions, and the accoutrements. But most of all, I love the leaf. More...

Whimsical ME

Whimsical ME opened in November 2017 and specializes in New Englandmade gifts and goods, including durable and colorful Sea Bags made on the waterfront in Portland; stylish and trendy clutches and purses from Alaina Marie; long-lasting soy candles fr More...

Letters

Candidate will keep momentum going

To the editor:   Calling all Old Orchard Beach voters.  It’s time to pick your candidate for state representative. Please vote for the one candidate who will keep OOB on its positive upward path it’s been on since 2013.  More...

Senator respects the will of the voters

To the editor: The Legislature has seemingly been undermining everything voters pass at the ballot box. It’s almost as if our vote doesn’t matter. I don’t understand why elected officials simply don’t listen to the people. More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

The Courier accepts calendar listings from nonprofit organizations. Submissions must be received 10 days prior to publication. Please email your listing to editor@inthecourier.com and indicate the date of your event in the reference line. More...

‘Thrash’ brings out skateboarding community

OLD ORCHARD BEACH – The Old Orchard Beach Skate Park hosted its fourth annual Thrash Bash Sept. 22, an opportunity for the skateboarding community to come together and fundraise for expansion of the park. More...

Public stands up for center

BIDDEFORD – For more than 100 years, the J. Richard Martin Center has been a fixture in the community, in all its many forms: middle school, high school, community center. More...

News

Saco nears deal for new public access channels

SACO – As Saco prepares to enter into contract negotiations with Charter Communications, the Saco Cable Committee is considering an expanstion of public access television.  More...

Tickets available for Maker Faire

Free tickets are available to the first-ever York County Mini Maker Faire, produced by Biddeford-based arts organization Engine, to be held 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 13 at the Pepperell Mill Campus, 40 Main St., in downtown Biddeford.  More...

Convoy for Kids keeps on truckin’

SCARBOROUGH – From a spot in the driver’s seat of a massive 18-wheeler semi truck, Riordan Jarrett, age 8, of Biddeford, reached overhead, laced his fingers around a long cord that ran along the top of the side window, and gave a tentativ More...

Editorial

Did You Hear?

Did you Hear? This past Sunday the Saco Elks, Lodge 1597, located on Ocean Park Ave in Saco, hosted its annual “Hugs From Hayley 5K Run and Fun Walk” fundraiser.  More...

Libby Library to scare up some fun, creativity

Library Links

Recently, while attending an event held by our state senator in the Community Room here at Libby Library, I was distracted by loud muttering from the nearby staff room. More...

Birthdays

Sept. 30: Happy anniversary Andy and Valerie Cole from GMACC . . . happy anniversary Josh and Kate from GMACC.  Send birthday and anniversary greetings to editor@inthecourier.com.   More...