News

22 Nov Thank you Dragons!

Ace sportscaster Rob Kennedy, who called the Brunswick-Marshwood Class B championship game on WCME, has a way of using simple language to poetically summarize complex situations. Rob says that every time the Dragons came up with an answer, the Marshwood Hawks posed a new question. But...

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22 Nov An invitation

Brunswick Dragon super-backer Keith Larson, the father of former Brunswick three-sport standout Brady Larson, has organized a reception later this evening in honor of  the Dragon Class B East champion football team--now battling Marshwood for the Class B title. That reception begins at Brunswick High...

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13 Nov Midcoast News Update November 13

We Have a Winner Veteran Brunswick school board member Jim Grant has won re-election after all. Last week's unofficial results showed Grant defeating challenger Chris Watkinson by a margin of just seven votes in the town's fifth district. So Watkinson requested a recount. But that do-over...

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04 Nov Midcoast News November 4, 2014

It's finally Election Day! If you are a television viewer, exposed to a non-stop advertising barrage, you may be overjoyed by this news. We Mainers today pick our next governor, among a field of three--Republican incumbent Paul LePage, Democrat Mike Michaud, and independent Eliot Cutler. Senator...

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02 Nov Fuel truck overturns in Topsham

This truck overturned today as the snow was falling on Meadow Road in Topsham. The driver was apparently not seriously injured but did require medical attention at the scene. Thanks to WCME's Mike Snow. ...

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02 Nov Midcoast Weather alert from WCME-Sunday November 2

The first storm of the season has hit the Midcoast, and there's every likelihood that it will be far less intense than others to come. But there are significant concerns today. Both a winter weather advisory and wind advisory are posted by the National Weather Service...

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31 Oct Midcoast News October 31, 2014

What's Next? The standoff between the nurse who treated Ebola patients and the LePage administration is in something of a holding pattern, with Governor LePage promising to use the full extent of his authority to prevent the woman from having contact with the public. But so far,...

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30 Oct Midcoast News October 30, 2014

Conflicting Concerns The lines are clearly drawn in the battle between the nurse who recently returned to Maine after treating Ebola patients in West Africa, and the LePage administration. Kaci Hickox is promising a legal fight against the governor's intention to enforce a quarantine with a...

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29 Oct Midcoast News October 29 2014

Maine: The new Ground Zero for the Ebola debate   Here in Maine we're seeing some high-stakes drama emerging from a broader national debate over questions about how we should best react to the Ebola virus. Top state health officials are saying that the nurse who recently...

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24 Oct Midcoast News October 24, 2014

The storm ends The rain has ended and the three-day Nor'easter is gone with it, making way for sunny skies this weekend and into the early part of next week. Here on the Midcoast, the threat of flooding failed to materialize, and the region's largest problem...

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