May 26, 2017 RSS feed / Local

PEOPLE PLUS PIC OF THE WEEK

VOLUNTEERS AND PARTICIPANTS of the People Plus Good Morning Program socialized over coffee and breakfast at a recent annual event which allows those in the program to connect with each other in perso More...

Sightseeing on Swan Island

RICHMOND — On Thursday June 1, from 6:30–8 p.m., join Swan Island staff for an evening wildlife sightseeing tour to observe wildlife when it is most active. Migratory birds, wild turkeys, bald eagles, deer and more may be encountered. More...

STUDENT NOTES

CONNECTICUT COLLEGE   Bridget Catherine Horan (Anthropology) and Laura Noelle Pavitt (Psychology and Hispanic Studies), of Brunswick, were awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree from Connecticut College  BOWDOIN COLLEGE   More...

11 graduate from Maine State Fire Academy in Brunswick

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Families celebrate MCH CenteringPregnancy program

BRUNSWICK   On Saturday, May 20, more than 150 families gathered at Winslow Park in Freeport to celebrate Mid Coast Hospital’s CenteringPregnancy program offered by Mid Coast Medical Group–Women’s Health Care.  More...

College Admissions course offered

BATH   On Tuesday, May 30, Patten Free Library will host an information session for local high school students and their families about the college search, selection, and application process. More...

Midcoast Memorial Day events

BRUNSWICK   The annual Brunswick- Topsham Memorial Day Parade will kick off rain or shine at 9 a.m. Monday, with as many as 45 entries taking part this year in the parade.  More...

Sagadahoc Democrats learn about LIFT bill

TOPSHAM   Sagadahoc Democrats gathered at the Topsham Library on Tuesday evening to discuss the LIFT Act, a bill aiming to direct unused federal funding to alleviate poverty in Maine.  More...

CONGRATS, GRADS!

SOME MEMBERS of the RSU 1 Adult Ed Class of 2017 who obtained their high school credentials May 18 pose in this recent photo. There were a total of 28 graduates. More...

MRRA, Sturgeon, youth suicide prevention groups are UWay award winners

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Food pantry to hold plant, bake sale

RICHMOND — The Richmond Area Food Pantry will be having a plant/bake sale on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Kennebec Cutters parking lot on Main Street in Richmond. More...

Brunswick eighth grade writers recognized

BRUNSWICK — Brunswick Junior High eighth grader Maggie Johnson is a state finalist — one of 53 out of 1,000 — in the National Library of Congress' "Letters About Literature" competition. More...

Event to mark WWII battle at Brunswick Landing

Brunswick— Flight Deck Brewing and the Brunswick Naval Museum and Memorial Gardens will co-host a 75th Anniversary Commemoration of the Battle of Midway on Sunday, June 4 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.  More...

MAKING FRIENDS AT THE BIKE RODEO

SPARKY, the official spokesdog for the National Fire Protection Association, was on hand Saturday during the 23rd annual Brunswick Bicycle Rodeo and Family Safety Day at the parking lot of the Brunswi More...

Brunswick student recognized for achievement

BRUNSWICK — A Brunswick High School student has been named Maine’s ACT student readiness exemplar.  More...

Alumni Banquet tickets on sale

BATH — Bath High School Alumni Association will be selling Alumni Banquet tickets on Wednesday May 24 from 3-4 p.m. at Bath Savings Institution in Bath and 6-7 p.m. in the Alumni Room at Morse High School. More...

Walk the new Gamble Preserve in Phippsburg

PHIPPSBURG — The Phippsburg Land Trust and Phippsburg Historic Preservation Commission will lead an inaugural walk at newly opened Phippsburg Land Trust Preserve on Saturday, June 3 at 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. More...

Meet Zion

Pet of the Week

Coastal Humane Society  BRUNSWICK  “   Hi, I’m Zion, a 4 year old Plott  More...

League names new board members

BRUNSWICK The League of Women Voters of Maine on Saturday re-elected Jill Ward as president during its biennial convention Saturday, May 20, in Brunswick. More...

The true meaning of Memorial Day emphasized by committee

BRUNSWICK   Tasha Connors said Memorial Day has lost its true meaning for younger generations, and too commonly represents a long weekend or the beginning of the summer.  More...