November 8, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

BHS field hockey team earns state title, player reactions

Members of the Biddeford High School field hockey team celebrate with the state championship plaque on Saturday. See page 5 for the full story. (Maureen Grandmaison Photography)   More...

Community News

Doing good

SMHC receives grant to address opioid use

Southern Maine Health Care was named the recipient of a Rural Communities Opioid Response Program-Planning grant through the Health Resources & Services Administration. More...

AWS encourages senior cat adoptions

November is Adopt a Senior Pet month and Animal Welfare Society has some seniors cats (ages 8-plus) ready to find a home. Without the crazy spunk of a wild kitten, senior cats have plenty of love, energy and joy to share.  More...

Parade is Nov. 12 in Saco, Biddeford

Biddeford and Saco communities are invited to the Veterans Day Ceremony and Parade Monday, Nov. 12. The day begins with a brief opening ceremony at 10 a.m. at Eastman Park in Saco (corner of Beach and Main). More...

Letters

City disrespected its residents

To the editor:   I read something last week that made me sick. I felt like I was reading something from 1960’s Birmingham, Alabama. Something that the former town manager of Jackman might have said. More...

County transportation issues: Bus routes, rides for seniors

KENNEBUNK – The Maine Department of Transportation held a public meeting at Kennebunk Town Hall to get input from York County residents as to how they think public transportation can be improved.  More...

WWI, remember in OOB Nov. 11

OLD ORCHARD BEACH – One local woman is doing everything within her power to ensure that this year, on the centennial of the armistice that ended World War I, Maine honors the fallen in poignant way.  One hundred years ago, on Nov. More...

Neighbors

Tigers make run to field hockey state title

BIDDEFORD — The Biddeford High School field hockey team had lofty expectations entering the 2018 season – and the Tigers lived up to them every step of the way on their way to the Class A state championship.  The Tigers held on for a More...

Editorial

A Thanksgiving month stuffed with events

By Bob Cochran   I was about to pay an overdue fine at Libby Library’s circulation desk when I noticed something unusual about our mascot, Libby Lobster. More...

Oldies dance raises money

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Did You Hear?

Did you hear?  Despite being a resident in the tri-city area, I was blessed to be asked to participate in the annual Sanford Elk’s “Let’s Dance With The Stars” fundraiser for the Maine Children’s Cancer Program held 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...