January 10, 2012 RSS feed / Community

Strategies for dealing with hearing loss

BRUNSWICK — People Plus will host a free workshop titled “Living Well with Hearing Loss” from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday at 35 Union St. More...

SCHEDULED PUBLIC MEETINGS

Alna BOARD OF SELECTMEN, Monday, 6:30 p.m., town hall. More...

Singer-songwriter workshop set at Hyde

BATH — Hyde School will hold a five-day singer-songwriter workshop in late January designed for students interested in perfecting their musical craft in writing, producing or singing. More...

Square dance primers on tap

BRUNSWICK The SAGE square and round dance club of Bath- Brunswick will hold two introductory dance sessions in January. On Tuesday and Jan. 17, the club will do- si- do to the instruction of caller Walt Bull from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. More...

MT. ARARAT MIDDLE SCHOOL HONORS

TOPSHAM — Mt. Ararat Middle School recently announced its first quarter honor roll. More...

THAT WAS THEN

Eye on the storm

Forecaster Ashley C. Badger monitors what was then the latest in weather-tracking technology at the Naval Oceanography Command Facility at Brunswick Naval Air Station in this photo dated Nov. 27, 1987. More...

Emergency planning panel to meet

TOPSHAM — The Sagadahoc Local Emergency Planning Committee intends to meet from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Sea Dog Brew Pub, 1 Main St. More...

Class explores God’s take on economics

BATH — Midcoast Family University will offer a sixweek course titled “Godonomics.” The deadline to register is Tuesday. More...

USM graduate courses to be held in Bath

BATH — Starting Jan. 18, Lynne Miller will offer the University of Southern Maine graduate education course “EDU 600: Research Methods and Techniques” at University College at Bath/Brunswick. More...

SCHEDULED PUBLIC MEETINGS

BathCOMMUNITY DEVELOPMENTCOMMITTEE, Thursday, 4:30p.m., City Hall. BowdoinPLANNING BOARD, Tuesday, 7p.m., town office. More...

The princess and the woodcutter

TELL ME A STORY

(an English fairytale) O nce upon a time in a land of kings and castles, bakers and butchers, witches and fairies and dwarves, there lived a woodcutter named Henry who worked for the king. More...

Chewonki offering winter camp session

WISCASSET — Enrollment for a youth winter vacation camp at the Chewonki Foundation’s 400-acre campus is now open. The winter vacation week program, from Feb. More...

BHS class of ’14 collects used phones

BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick High School class of 2014 is collecting used cellphones through March 31. More...

People Plus Pilates program begins Monday

BRUNSWICK People Plus will offer six weeks of “Pilates for Grown- Ups,” led by Dennis Kimmage, beginning Monday at the organization’s 35 Union St. center. More...

ACHIEVEMENT

Navy Chief Petty Officer ROGER DUNCAN, whose wife, Martina, is the daughter of Cathy Morrow of Bath and Stevan Morrow of Westbrook, recently completed the Essential Skills Video Course conducted at Navy Public Affairs Support Element East aboard Nava More...

SCHEDULED PUBLIC MEETINGS

Brunswick PLANNING BOARD, Thursday, 5 p.m., Brunswick Station, 16 Station Ave. Durham BOARD OF SELECTMEN WORKSHOP: JOB DESCRIPTIONS, Thursday, 6 p.m., town office. Freeport BOARD OF APPEALS, Thursday, 7 p.m., town cou More...

University College set for two-way Spanish classes videoconferencing

BATH — University College at Bath/Brunswick will offer two University of Maine Spanish courses via two-way videoconferencing beginning Monday. More...

Rotary honors 6 high school students

BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick Rotary Club recognized six local high school students during the recently concluded academic quarter for their involvement in community and school activities. More...

Longfellow lives on

BRUNSWICK In line with tradition, Brunswick’s former Longfellow School now has a living memorial at the new Harriet Beecher Stowe School. More...