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  • Published
    July 26, 2019

    Lakes Region Sportsman: Dog days produce fish after a storm

    After a fast moving thunderstorm, it’s time to go bass fishing.

  • Published
    July 25, 2019

    Looking Back: July 25

    July 27, 1994 Plans for a housing development along one of the most scenic areas of Westbrook’s Mill Brook are back before the Planning Board. The same plans were abandoned after a veto four years ago by the late Mayor Fred Wescott. The plan involves 16 house lots at the Route 302-Methodist Road corner. Alexander […]

  • Published
    July 23, 2019

    Letter: Hiltunen fan has her own question for council

    Concerning Jane Vaughan’s article, “Council watchdog retires from writing weekly column,” I always enjoyed reading Lane Hiltunen’s opinions. Whether I agreed or not (usually I did), I appreciated that he was always up front and provided specifics. In the two paragraphs where Councilman David Nadeau said, “I’ve always felt that he’s been extremely biased against […]

  • Published
    July 19, 2019

    Arts Calendar

    Music July 27 Broadway and Beyond, singers Emily Cain and Kelly Caufield, pianist Laura Artesani, UMaine Renaissance, 7 p.m., North Windham Union Church, 723 Roosevelt Trail, Windham. Music with a Mission benefit concert for Special Olympics Maine. Tickets: $12 adults, $10 students, children, seniors at mwamconcerts.com or at door; box office opens 6 p.m., doors […]

  • Published
    July 19, 2019

    Thanks for Food Train donations

    Thank you, Westbrook citizens, for putting all those coins and bills in the jars for the Food Train.  Over $10,000 was gathered, and an anonymous donor matched up to $10,000!  What an amazing city Westbrook is. Jeanne Rielly Director, Westbrook Food Pantry

  • Published
    July 19, 2019

    Letter: Balentine rails at Dems for things GOP guilty of, too

    After reading John Balentine’s latest anti-Democrat rant, “Smile, you’re an American,” I suggest he follow his own advice. His utter disdain for that party is already well-known from many previous editorials filled with criticisms and complaints, yet he chooses to lecture Democrats about the very things he and his own chosen political party are similarly […]

  • Published
    July 19, 2019

    Letter: Beem and Trump haters should get over it, move on

    It was a shame that Lakes Region Weekly (July 5) gave Edgar Allen Beem so much newspaper space to spread his vitriol. I’m so tired of Trump haters who can’t move past the fact that their corrupt candidate lost the election two years ago. Get over it. Move on. Mr. Beem charged President Trump with […]

  • Published
    July 19, 2019

    Letter: Call for ‘new Americans’ is disgusting

    I was appalled by the recent “New and better Americans” article (July 5). This is a truly offensive article, laced with venom I have not seen before, and I truly hope there are not many readers who agree with the author’s sentiments, none of which is supported with any reference material or attribution; solely the […]

  • Published
    July 19, 2019

    Inside Windham: July 19

    Young cancer fighter honored On Friday, July 12, the Maine Children’s Cancer Program, the Portland Sea Dogs and Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield honored Griffin Cochrane of Windham. The 5-year-old boy is making remarkable progress in his recovery from leukemia. In a tribute to Griffin’s courage and strength, he was honored at the first of […]

  • Published
    July 19, 2019

    Letter: Beem blinded by own prejudice, ignorance

    Journalist? Edgar Allen Beem? No. Just one more Leftist blinded by his own prejudice and ignorance. His article, “New and Better Americans,” is just another example of Leftists’ refusal to accept the legitimate result of an election their candidate lost. For them, they either win or they resist! So, in other words, they don’t believe […]

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