The City of Brewer will celebrate its annual Brewer Days Program with a full schedule of community events on Friday, September 8th, Saturday, September 9th and Sunday, September 10th.Continue reading »
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Training Announcement for Businesses, Schools, Religious Institutions, Government Agencies, and First Responders: The Brewer Police Department in conjunction with the Penobscot Emergency Management Agency (PEMA) and the Maine Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) is hosting the following two day training from the National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA): “SCHOOL and WORKPLACE VIOLENCE: PREPARATION and RESPONSE” This will […]Continue reading »
A Brewer police officer this week came to the rescue of Queen City law enforcement officers plagued by stinging insects nesting in a small tree along a busy section of Ohio Street.Continue reading »
There’s a new addition to the Brewer Waterfront.
City officials unveiled a pair of new outdoor chess tables along the ever developing and expanding waterfront riverwalk.Continue reading »
BREWER, Maine — The city council didn’t give the school department all of the $1 million it requested for education, but it did approve half the amount to support special education and existing sports programs. In its Tuesday evening meeting where it approved a $21.3 million school budget, the council also modified the municipal budget […]Continue reading »
BREWER, Maine — A budget battle is brewing between the school department and city leaders.
School officials are demanding $1 million more for the fiscal year 2017-18 budget, and implying that several sports programs could see cuts if they don’t get it.Continue reading »
BREWER – Somic America, a supplier of suspension and steering components was recognized with an Excellent Recognition award from Toyota Motor North America, Inc. at its Annual Supplier Business Meeting on March 21. Held at the COBO Center in Detroit, ABM brings together approximately 850 supplier representatives from across North America.Continue reading »
WASHINGTON – U.S. data has shown for the first time that drivers killed in crashes were more likely to be on drugs than drunk, with marijuana involved in more than a third of fatal accidents in 2015, a study released on Wednesday showed.Continue reading »
In 2016, drug overdoses claimed the lives of 378 Mainers, a nearly 40 percent increase over the previous year. In response, Mainers are stepping up to support their neighbors who are struggling with addiction through organizations like the volunteer-run Bangor Area Recovery Network in Brewer.Continue reading »