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Selectmen to consider Prime Tanning proposal
BERWICK, Maine — Selectmen tonight will consider asking voters to approve a partnership with Fund of Jupiter aimed at spurring redevelopment of the Prime Tanning complex.

Berwick police log
BERWICK, Maine — Police released the following log for June 27-July 14.

Navy prison redevelopment plan moving forward
3rd time's a charm? Navy's plan to redevelop shuttered prison is moving forward

Sierra Club supports Mike Michaud
KITTERY, Maine — In an effort to spread awareness of U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud's campaign in the state of Maine, supporters gathered at Fort Foster to listen to the candidate's goals and talk to Kittery residents by going door to door.

Man summonsed in credit card theft
YORK, Maine — Police here summonsed a man in connection with stealing a credit card and making purchases with it.

Lebanon Festival returns to celebrate wonderful town
When Lebanon resident Rebekah Thompson heard that the town's fire and rescue department wouldn't be holding its annual community festival, she knew someone had to step up to highlight how great the community is.

Police examine speed, possible horseplay in golf cart fatality
SOUTH BERWICK, Maine — Police are examining speed, driver inattention and horseplay as possible causes of the fatal golf cart accident Wednesday afternoon at The Links at Outlook.

Lots to do at Lebanon Festival Saturday
LEBANON, Maine — A fun-filled day featuring a parade is being planned for the Lebanon Festival taking place this Saturday.

Police release identity of victim in golf cart crash
SOUTH BERWICK, Maine — Police have identified the man killed in the golf cart accident Wednesday afternoon at The Links at Outlook Golf Course as Eric S. Sullivan, 27, of Stoughton, Massachusetts.

Mass. man, 27, dies in golf cart accident
SOUTH BERWICK, Maine — A 27-year-old man died Wednesday afternoon in a golf cart accident at The Links at Outlook golf course.

Sports

High School Roundup: Berwick boys fall to Governor’s
BYFIELD, Mass. — The Berwick Academy soccer team dropped a 2-1 decision to Governor’s Academy on Saturday.

Brendan Tribastone scored the Bulldogs’ lone goal in the 49th minute. Keeper Blaine Farrell made seven saves.

Dominant on the pitch: Hawks’ pressure cracks rival Noble
SOUTH BERWICK, Maine — Both teams want to get better. Their expectations are just a little different.

Marshwood prevails in injury-plagued game
NORTH BERWICK, Maine — The Marshwood High School boys soccer team earned its first win of the season on Tuesday, but it came at a cost.

Noble boys fight off Massabesic
NORTH BERWICK, Maine — After rolling in the first half, the Noble High School boys soccer team was reeling in the second when back-to-back goals by Massabesic turned a potential blow-out into a shootout.

Traip falls to OOB in season opener
KITTERY, Maine — There was a point before halftime, before things started getting out of hand, that a young Traip Academy football team could have delivered a punch with some juice.

Marshwood all over Greely in opening game
SOUTH BERWICK, Maine – Zach Doyon let the Greely High School football team know it was in for a long night from the first play from scrimmage.

New regime takes over at Noble football
NORTH BERWICK, Maine — If Dean Truax had butterflies in his stomach last week before a scrimmage, imagine what he’ll be feeling Friday night when the game actually counts.

Pumpkinman coming this weekend
SOUTH BERWICK, Maine — Two legends on the New England road race/triathlon scene will be in South Berwick, Maine, to compete in the 2014 Pumpkinman Triathlon Festival Half Iron race. Former world triathlon champion Karen Smyers of Lincoln, Mass.

Hawks’ ‘D’ could set the stage for deep playoff run
SOUTH BERWICK, Maine – It was a dress rehearsal for a group of guys who’ve been nailing most of their lines for over two years now.

Community

Animal Welfare Society September events
Late-listed Animal Welfare Society events

Boy Scout Troop 369 labors on Labor Day
By Jordan Miles

When it came to the recent long Labor Day weekend, many people tried to relax and enjoy themselves, but not the members of Lebanon Boy Scout Troop 369. The boys spent some time on Sunday, Aug.

At the library
DOVER — The Dover Public Library has announced its Saturday matinee schedule for September and October. Free movies start at 2 p.m. in the library’s Lecture Hall.

Sept. 13, “Muppets Most Wanted” (PG; 1 hr.

Free family movie at Berwick church
BERWICK, Maine — Don't miss the widely acclaimed story of a college student putting his Christian beliefs to the test in "God's Not Dead".

Roast beef suppers return to Berwick church
BERWICK, Maine — A roast beef supper will bee served on Saturday, Sept. 13 at the Berwick United Methodist Church, 37 School St. in Berwick. This is at the junction of Routes 9 & 236 (across from Cumby’s).

Free program helps adults boost skills for college, jobs
NORTH BERWICK, Maine — Ashley Perry has wanted to be a radiology technician ever since high school.

This year, after 10 years as a stay-home mom with three kids, she decided it was time to “have my own thing, start a career.

Lebanon/North Berwick church yard sale
LEBANON/ NORTH BERWICK, Maine — The Lebanon/ North Berwick Baptist Church on Little River Road (2 miles from Route 202) in Lebanon, Maine will be having their semi-annual yard sale on Sept. 19 from 7am to 6pm and on Sept. 20 from 7am to 3pm.

York VFW announces Patriots Pen Essay Competition
KITTERY / ELIOT Maine — The Kittery/Eliot Memorial Post 9394 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars is kicking-off this year’s VFW “Patriot's Pen Essay Competition.”

What have you done for your beach lately?


By Denise Smith

One of the best parts of living in southern Maine and New Hampshire is our gorgeous beaches. I grew up going to Wells Beach and Ogunquit beach; taking on my first job at the take-out window at Forbes.

In the service


Business

North Berwick transformation



Stonewall Kitchen donates $10,000 to Camp Sunshine
YORK, Maine — Local specialty food manufacturer and retailer Stonewall Kitchen donated $10,000 to Camp Sunshine recently. The check presentation was held at Stonewall Kitchen Company Headquarters located at 2 Stonewall Lane, York, Maine.

Foster's Towns

Barrington:
Lighthouse painting being raffled at Fair
Berwick:
Selectmen to consider Prime Tanning proposal
Dover:
Armed robbery at Irving Circle K store
Durham:
Armed robbery at Irving Circle K store
Eliot:
Eliot charter panel to meet Wednesday
Exeter:
Teen dies following crash with SUV
Farmington:
Hard work pays off for future homeowners
Greenland:
Unofficial: But it looks like Stiles wins GOP primary
Kittery:
Navy prison redevelopment plan moving forward
Lee:
Armed robbery at Irving Circle K store
Madbury:
Armed robbery at Irving Circle K store
Middleton:
Brown and Cole-McCrea advance in Strafford County Dist. 1 rep race
Milton:
Victim chases suspect seen stealing from vehicle
New Durham:
Volunteers needed at the New Durham School
Newington:
Phil Nazzaro wins GOP Senate Dist. 21 race
Newmarket:
Conviction reversed in day care child-rape case
North Berwick:
Oil spill reported in Kennebunkport
Northwood:
Dobson, Mann to face off in Dist. 32 rep race
Portsmouth:
Navy prison redevelopment plan moving forward
Rochester:
4th grade Alton teacher named NH teacher of the year
Rollinsford:
'Rollinsford Day' returns after break
Rye:
Unofficial: But it looks like Stiles wins GOP primary
Somersworth:
Where you can get a flu shot
South Berwick:
Police examine speed, possible horseplay in golf cart fatality
Strafford:
Reagan, Fraher to compete in District 17 Senate race
Wakefield:
Nelson, Avellani and Comeau win GOP slots in Dist. 5 rep race
York:
Man summonsed in credit card theft