June 11, 2013 RSS feed / Community

Morse confers award on Bartlett

BATH   Larry Bartlett, a Bath resident and professional engineer, was presented with the 2013 Mainsail Award in a ceremony at Morse High School.  First given in the spring of 1980 by Morse’s School Community Liaison Council, the award More...

POST INSTALLATION IN HARPSWELL

AMERICAN LEGION Department Commander Ken Bouchard installed new John Leo Murray Jr. American Legion Post 171 officers for 2013-14 May 20 in Harpswell. More...

Snowe will march in Moxie

LISBON   Former U.S. Sen. More...

DOGGED PURSUIT

PIPER, a 1-year-old black Lab, demonstrates vertical ability for companion Penny Daniels of Brunswick during Sunday's grand opening of the Merrymeeting Dog Park in Memory of Jake Horgan. More...

Adults get their own prom

TOPSHAM   The Mt. More...

RIPA RECIPIENT

REGION TEN TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL Director Barry Lohnes presents the Susan P. Ripa Scholarship to welding student Gage Golding, of Freeport High School. More...

STEM funds grow in Georgetown

GEORGETOWN   For Evan James, hands-on instruction is a critical tool in his sixth-grade science and mathematics classes at Georgetown Central School.  More...

STUDENT NOTES

BRUNSWICK — Southern New Hampshire University’s Maine Center recognized these local students for academic achievement in the spring 2013 semester. More...

Women’s group hands out $25K to local charities

BRUNSWICK   Five local nonprofit organizations each received $5,000 in grants from Brunswickbased Maine Women’s Giving Tree, a philanthropy founded in 2009 to serve the needs of women, children and families.  More...

SCHEDULED PUBLIC MEETINGS

Alna  BOARD OF SELECTMEN, Thursday, 7 p.m., town office.  Arrowsic  SHELLFISH COMMISSION, Monday, 5 p.m., town hall. SELECT BOARD, Monday, 6 p.m., town hall. ANNUAL TOWN MEETING, Wednesday, 6:30 p.m., town hall. More...

Youth Field Day set for June 23 at clubhouse in Phippsburg

PHIPPSBURG   Kids: Put down the electronic devices, go outdoors and have fun.  A parent’s fantasy?  It happens at the Phippsburg Sportsmen’s Association summer youth field day Sunday,   June 23 at the Sportsmen’s More...

Morse High School’s top seniors

BATH   The Morse High School faculty and staff join Principal Peter Kahl in recognizing the academic achievement of the following seniors:  Co-Valedictorian Bryn Carr resides in Bath with her parents, George and Martha  Carr.  More...

Bath author reveals WWI people, stories

BATH   It took Bath resident and critically acclaimed author Richard Rubin months to find just one living American veteran of World War I.  But then he found another. More...

MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENT

REP. SETH BERRY, D-Bowdoinham, welcomed fellow Bowdoinham resident Brandi Lohr to the State House recently to sing the National Anthem in opening ceremonies in the House of Representatives. More...

Walkers wend way toward Wednesdays

DAMARISCOTTA   The Wednesday Walkers, a walking and hiking group in the Mid-coast, plans a hike or walk every Wednesday morning through November, weather permitting.  A typical hike is 2 to 4 miles, usually on trails maintained by a land tr More...

Brunswick High School’s Top 10

BRUNSWICK  Here are Brunswick High School’s Top 10 graduating seniors: ¦   Nathaniel Vilas, son of Robert Vilas and Margaret Zillioux, is valedictorian of Brunswick High School’s Class of 2013.  More...

FOOD FOR FUNDS

AT LEFT, WISCASSET HIGH SCHOOL Student Council representative Logan Grover, joins Student Council representative Prema Long, far right, along with Wiscasset High School science teachers in helping wi More...

Pejepscot Society unveils tour series

BRUNSWICK   Pejepscot Historical Society has announced its Summer 2013 History Walking Tour Series exploring the rich history of Brunswick, Topsham and Harpswell.  The tours will be offered Sundays, June 23 through Sept. 8. More...

Summer reading club returns to Bath library

BATH — In response to patron requests, Patten Free Library has resurrected its adult summer reading club.  The “By Popular Demand” book group will have its first meeting at 3 p.m. More...

Friends of Patten focusing on sale

BATH — The Friends of Patten Free Library prepare for The Heritage Book Sale on the 4th of July weekend all year long by storing books for the sale.  More...