July 6, 2015 RSS feed / Community

FREEPORT CELEBRATES THE FOURTH

Freeport’s July 4 celebrations kicked off early with a road races and a pancake and sausage breakfast early Saturday morning, and was to be topped off with a free concert at L.L. More...

Man charged with speeding 73 mph over

RICHMOND — Richmond Police arrested a Belfast man early morning Thursday, July 2 for allegedly driving 73 miles over the posted speed limit on Route 197.  More...

Mid Coast Hunger seeking volunteers

BRUNSWICK — A new Cumberland County Ameri- Corps hunger program with the National Anti-Hunger and Opportunity Corps has begun work with Mid Coast Hunger Prevention Program to recruit volunteers to raise awareness of the program. More...

Georgetown silent auction is Saturday

GEORGETOWN — The Georgetown Fire Department Auxiliary is sponsoring the 40th Annual Auction at the Georgetown Fire Department’s Five Island Station on Old Schoolhouse Road on Saturday, July 11, rain or shine.  White Elephant tables o More...

STUDENT NOTES

UNE College of Osteopathic Medicine   Andrew T. More...

Brunswick Police busy with collisions

BRUNSWICK   A Woolwich woman was taken to Maine Medical Center Wednesday night after she crashed into a tree along Route 1 in Brunswick.  More...

MEETINGS

Arrowsic  RECYCLING AND SOLID WASTE, Monday, 6 p.m., Town Hall, 340 Arrowsic Road PLANNING BOARD, Monday, 7 p.m., Town Hall, 340 Arrowsic Road ROAD COMMISSION, Tuesday, 7 p.m., Town Hall, 340 Arrowsic Road EDUCATION COMMITTEE, Wednesday, 6 p.m., More...

Brunswick Relay for Life kicks off tonight

BRUNSWICK   It may seem like a crazy idea to converge at the Brunswick High School athletic track in May to relay all night, but the annual Relay For Life event that kicks off tonight is the American Cancer Society’s biggest fundraiser of More...

Mt. Ararat visioning session Tuesday

TOPSHAM   With a new high school project underway, School Administrative District 75 is conducting the first of its public visioning sessions from 5:30-7 p.m. Tuesday at Mt. Ararat High School.  More...

PEOPLE PLUS PIC OF THE WEEK

STEVEN LEVESQUE, executive director of Midcoast Regional Development Authority (MRRA), updated People Plus members and the community this week on the progress of the development of Brunswick Landing, More...

GIVING BACK

PIONEER CHAPTER #11 Order of the Eastern Star, Lisbon Falls, as one of their giving back to the community projects, donated craft items to the Lisbon Falls Library. More...

The Harpswell Meetinghouse

The Harpswell Meetinghouse is set on the west side of Maine State Route 123, in the center of Harpswell, about nine miles south of Brunswick. More...

May is Time for Annual Campaign Kick-off

There are as many reasons why people get involved with the Bath Area Family YMCA as there are members. For Jim Drake, a member of the Y’s board of directors, it was the scholarship part of the Y’s mission that caught his attention.  More...

Harlow for the Hall: An exhibition at Johnson

AUGUSTA   In celebration of Johnson Hall’s 150th Anniversary, two central Maine arts nonprofits — Harlow Gallery and Johnson Hall — are presenting Harlow for the Hall, an art exhibition showcasing fifty-two Maine artists. More...

Call for storytellers for ‘The Hook Story Hour: An evening of stories’

HALLOWELL   Hallowell Lyceum and the Gaslight Theater are offering a chance for amateur, citizen and professional storytellers to participate in “The Hook Story Hour: An evening of stories” and share a story with a live audience.&nbs More...

Portland artists to perform at Patten Free on Tuesday

BATH   At 7 p.m. More...

‘Resisting Entropy III’ at CMCA

ROCKPORT   The Center for Maine Contemporary Art in Rockport presents “Resisting Entropy III,” an exhibition of artwork created by twelve artists working collaboratively over a 24- hour period. More...

Library working with local artists, poets, musicians BRUNSWICK

The Curtis Memorial Library is excited to present an Ekphrastic Poetry Café and Art Exhibit in April as part of our month-long celebration honoring National Poetry Month. Ekphrastic poetry is a poem about, or inspired by a work of art. More...

Speaker to discuss Inuit art, views of the natural world

DAMARISCOTTA   More...

Ferguson: What Should We Learn?

The shooting death of a young man, Michael Brown, by law enforcement in Ferguson, Missouri, is a great tragedy that is receiving widespread coverage by various news outlets. More...