February 24, 2012 RSS feed / Local

Legion posts honor 4 heroic chaplains

TOPSHAM — Local American Legion posts will open a special, annual military service to the public Sunday. More...

Topsoil: Don’t peel off the crust

Ear to the Earth

BRUNSWICK — Each garden has its own personality, distinct oddities that make it unlike any other patch of ground in the world. My current garden amuses itself by sending me a mystery vine every summer. More...

Deadline nears to buy Woolwich school bricks

WOOLWICH — The deadline to purchase and dedicate a brick on the campus of the new Woolwich Central School is Wednesday. More...

Nomination papers due back March 16

PHIPPSBURG — Nomination papers are now available at the town hall for terms on the Board of Selectmen, Budget Committee and as road commissioner. Papers with 25 to 100 signatures are due by 5 p.m. Friday, March 16. More...

Hospital hosts diabetes education classes

BRUNSWICK — Mid Coast Hospital’s Diabetes Education Program will offer a four-week series of classes called “Living With Diabetes” on Mondays beginning Feb. 27. Sessions will meet from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Mid Coast Hospital. More...

Search results in pill sales bust

RICHMOND — The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency, aided by local law enforcement agencies, arrested a Richmond man Tuesday for drug trafficking in oxycodone. More...

Rollerworld hosts reopening shindig

TOPSHAM — A month after its informal reopening, Rollerworld will hold a grand reopening celebration tonight. Charlene Roberts, a comanager of Rollerworld, said the grand reopening will run from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. More...

BEAR WITH ME

DAWN BROWN, a wildlife rehabilitator from New Sharon, will discuss Second Chance Wildlife Inc.’s work to care for orphaned bears, monitor their development and reintroduce them into the wild du More...

Art conservation talk set for Sunday

BATH — Sagadahoc Preservation Inc. (SPI) will present “ Painting Conservation: A Conversation with Nina Roth- Wells” at 4 p.m. Sunday in the Winter Street Center, 880 Washington St. More...

Bath police chief hands out awards

BATH — Bath Police Sgt. Jeff Shiers, a 24-year veteran of the department and Medal of Honor winner, was named the 2011 Officer of the Year during a Feb. 17 ceremony at the Bath Police Department. More...

Sunday fair highlights farm share program

BRUNSWICK — As part of a weekend of “ Meet Your Farmers and Fishermen” fairs to promote Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), the Brunswick CSA Fair will run from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday at St. More...

Red Cross rolls out disaster relief training

TOPSHAM — The Mid Coast Chapter of the American Red Cross will offer a series of free disaster response training courses, beginning Thursday. More...

Sagadanoc Superior Court

BATH — The following cases were closed in Sagadahoc County Superior Court from July 1 to Dec. 21, 2011. More...