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One dead in crash on Route 202 in Lebanon
LEBANON, Maine — Police had little information Thursday night about a fatal accident on Route 202 that killed one person.

Kittery man sentenced for illegal lobster purchases
PORTLAND, Maine — A Kittery man was sentenced Wednesday to 45 days in prison for structuring currency transactions and for illegally purchasing lobsters.

Kittery man sentenced for illegal lobster purchases
PORTLAND, Maine — A Kittery man was sentenced Wednesday to 45 days in prison for structuring currency transactions and for illegally purchasing lobsters.

John W. Price, 59, was also fined $100,000 in U.S. District Court by Judge D.

Train service coming back to Kennebunk
Amtrak restoring train service in Kennebunk, Maine

Correction - Trick or treating hours for area communities
A story on Page 3 of Wednesday's Foster's Daily Democrat about when Trick or Treat will be held in local communities contained several errors.

Trick or treating hours for area communities
Following are the dates and times for trick or treating for area communities:

Halloween events around the region

Correction - Planning Board gives preliminary OK to subdivide Prime Tanning parcel


BERWICK, Maine — Because of a reporter's error, a Page 2 story in the Oct. 3 edition of Foster's misidentified the developer of the former Prime Tanning site. The project developer is Fund of Jupiter.

Berwick man faces child pornography charges
A Berwick man facing federal child pornography charges has been released on bail. Peter Anderson was taken into custody of the U.S. Marshals Service on Wednesday.

Eliot Charter Commission to address budget article Wed.
Eliot — The Town Charter Commission will meet Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Town Hall to discuss the most recent draft articles and hear public comment.

Sports

Marshwood girls survive Kennebunk
SOUTH BERWICK, Maine – For the Marshwood High School girls soccer team, it’s a return to the scene of past crimes.

Eastman’s hat trick paces Hawks past Cheverus
SOUTH BERWICK, Maine – For most of this season, forward Maddie Eastman’s contributions were measured in minutes.

On Tuesday in the Western Maine Class A semifinals, she changed the scale massively.

Complete effort keyed Hawks' win
SOUTH BERWICK, Maine — Brett Gerry collected the numbers that jumped off the stat sheet when Marshwood High School's 41-12 win over York was completed Friday, as 275 yards and two touchdowns will do.

Marshwood squeaks by Westbrook
SOUTH BERWICK, Maine — When Eyob David Bosse scored for the Marshwood High School boys soccer team in the final minute of Saturday’s Western Maine Class A prelim, no one was more relieved than Marshwood goalie Sam Leathe.

Battle of unbeatens is all Marshwood
SOUTH BERWICK, Maine — So … anybody else want to take a shot?

High school football teams from Marshwood and York both charged into their hyped regular-season finale on Friday night undefeated.

May named interim boys hockey coach at Berwick
SOUTH BERWICK, Maine – Berwick Academy announced Friday that Andy May has been named interim boys varsity ice hockey coach for the 2014-2015 season.

Marshwood football preps for season finale vs. York
SOUTH BERWICK, Maine — Alex Rotsko likes self-motivated players, the guys who have the internal will to work hard and get things done right without a coach yelling in their ear.

Tribastone lifts Berwick boys soccer
SOUTH BERWICK, Maine — On an afternoon hampered by rain and wind, freshman Brendan Tribastone led the Berwick Academy boys soccer team to a 4-0 victory over the Landmark School on Wednesday.

Marshwood survives Sanford rally
SOUTH BERWICK, Maine — Lindsey Poirier likes to take her free hits quickly. That’s where she gets most of her goals.

Improved Traip girls steam into the postseason
KITTERY, Maine — Kristen O’Neill believed early on in her first season as coach of the Traip Academy girls soccer team that it had the talent for success.

Now, the Rangers are aiming to keep it going.

Community

York Ambulance to hold CPR-AED classes
YORK, Maine — A CPR/AED (cardiopulmonary resuscitation / automated external defibrilator) course is being offered by the York Ambulance Association at the York Beach Fire Station, 18 Railroad Ave, York, on Tuesday, Nov. 18 starting at 6 pm.

York raffle winner
York resident Don Bardsley was the winner of a dozen lobsters from the York Ambulance raffle at Marketfest. Proceeds go to benefit your non-profit community emergency medical service.

Noble High School to present 'The Addams Family'
NORTH BERWICK, Maine — Noble High School will present the musical "The Addams Family" Nov. 14-16. Showtimes are Friday and Saturday at 7 pm and Sunday at 2 pm. All seats are $8.

History uncovered at Messenger house, circa 1780
By MARK FLENARD

Special to Foster’s Sunday Citizen

BERWICK, Maine — If you live in or around the town of Berwick and cross the span over Little River, where the Pine Hill, Cranberry Meadow, Long Swamp and Little River...

Kimball wins first place in playwriting competition
CAPE NEDDICK, Maine — “Duck and Cover” by Michael Kimball has been named the winner of the First Prize in the 2014 John Gassner Memorial Playwriting Award Competition.

The awards were to be formally announced on Oct.

Questions, answers to Berwick’s downtown development
In less than two weeks, voters in Berwick head to the polls and will have to make a decision on the future of the Prime Tanning property development: Whether or not to approve the selectmen entering a public/private partnership with the property...

Great White sharks discussed Nov. 13
RYE — Famed as one of the world’s deadliest creatures, the great white shark hunts the world around in waters no higher than your waist.

Reflecting on green successes this year


BY DENISE SMITH

Sometimes I think it is good to take a look back and touch base with our green roots. This reflective perspective can help us to refocus our goals and center our determination towards a specific end or achievement.

Lebanon voters will decide fate of second ambulance
The fate of Lebanon’s newest ambulance is in voters’ hands.

During the election on Tuesday, Nov.

At the library
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Public Library will have an Art Exhibit and Workshops of custom action figures by local artist and author Clayton Emery, by reassembling, molding and painting existing figures, Emery creates brand new characters...

Business

Apple tasting at North Berwick Farmers Market
NORTH BERWICK, Maine — How often do you actually get to compare apples to apples? You will have an opportunity Friday, Oct.

Martin, Welch join Baker Newman Noyes
MANCHESTER – Baker Newman Noyes, one of the nation’s top 125 accounting and consulting firms, recently shared news of 14 new hires in their Boston, Manchester, and Portland offices.

York, Stratham charrettes planned on workforce housing
YORK/STRATHAM — The Workforce Housing Coalition of the Greater Seacoast, a local nonprofit organization, will be holding its fifth annual design charrettes on Oct. 15 and 17 in York, ME, and Oct. 22 and 24 in Stratham, NH.

Foster's Towns

Barrington:
Strafford District 4 - Barrington: Len Turcotte
Berwick:
Trick or treating hours for area communities
Dover:
UNH rowing teams practice on the Cocheco
Durham:
UNH rowing teams practice on the Cocheco
Eliot:
Eliot Charter Commission to address budget article Wed.
Exeter:
N.H. SPCA helping two badly abused dogs
Farmington:
Ex-fire chief Fowler pleads not guilty to theft of town funds
Greenland:
Household hazardous waste collection set in Portsmouth
Kittery:
Kittery man sentenced for illegal lobster purchases
Lee:
Haunted Overload named ‘scariest’ attraction in U.S.
Madbury:
Volunteers help sick, disabled get to medical appointments
Middleton:
Truck theft, police pursuit tied to heroin buy
Milton:
Milton dept. heads discuss future CIP
New Durham:
Trial continued for woman accused of depriving boy of food
Newington:
Household hazardous waste collection set in Portsmouth
Newmarket:
Police: Man stuck woman with hypodermic needle
North Berwick:
Train service coming back to Kennebunk
Northwood:
Man pleads guilty to federal child porn charges
Portsmouth:
Brown, Guinta, Hassan win matchstick poll
Rochester:
Police: Holdup suspect left note on bank door apologizing for his actions
Rollinsford:
Correction - Trick or treating hours for area communities
Rye:
Somersworth:
Ex-employee charged in break-ins at his former workplace
South Berwick:
Correction - Trick or treating hours for area communities
Strafford:
Wakefield:
Police: Man stuck woman with hypodermic needle
York: