Regional Sports

7:23 pm , 07/03/2015 Sun Journal

AUBURN — There was a lot of noise in Auburn Public Library on Thursday as children sang, marched and ate cake during an early “Happy Birthday, America” party.

7:23 pm , 07/03/2015 Sun Journal

AUBURN — There was a lot of noise in Auburn Public Library on Thursday as children sang, marched and ate cake during an early “Happy Birthday, America” party.

11:06 pm , 07/02/2015 Sun Journal

LEWISTON — Hong Kong is a huge market, largely untapped, just waiting for Maine's products, according to Steve Barclay, director of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade office.

10:28 pm , 07/02/2015 Sun Journal

AUBURN — Larry Pelletier, a public park watchdog, is disturbed by what he says is a lack of respect for city green spaces, especially Bonney Park. The part is named for police officer Rocky Bonney, who drowned trying to save a teenager in the Androscoggin River in 1981.

10:11 pm , 07/02/2015 Sun Journal

AUBURN — A former Lewiston used car dealer pleaded not guilty Thursday to a slew of charges related to his business. Danny Pulkkinen, 59, of Turner owned U-Turn Auto Sales on Lisbon Street in Lewiston.

9:20 pm , 07/02/2015 Sun Journal

AUBURN — Two Sabattus women and a man charged in a family pot-growing operation denied related charges Thursday. David Bizier, 51, pleaded not guilty in Androscoggin County Superior Court to aggravated trafficking of a scheduled drug, a felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison.

8:30 pm , 07/02/2015 Sun Journal

FARMINGTON — Police said a Farmington woman was charged with breaking into the Farmington Historical Society's Octagon House and taking a book and picture frame Saturday night.

6:35 pm , 07/02/2015 Sun Journal

FARMINGTON —  The following arrests were recently logged at Franklin County Detention Center: * Robert Whittemore, 64, Jay, warrant-driving under the influence, driving after suspension, June 29, $540 cash bail, Jay Police Department.

3:56 pm , 07/02/2015 Sun Journal

AUGUSTA — Maine voters will consider an $85 million bond proposal to fund improvements to the state's roads and bridges. Republican Gov. Paul LePage signed the bill on Wednesday. It will be placed on the November ballot.

3:00 pm , 07/02/2015 Sun Journal

RICHMOND, Ky. —After several years helping other earn accolades and attracting some of the best young baseball players to his teams, Jay native Edwin Thompson has his own Division I ship to run.