March 14, 2017 RSS feed / Local

Rotary fundraiser to return March 31

Talent show to feature music, dance

BRUNSWICK   The Rotary Club of Brunswick will present the sixth annual Midcoast Maine’s Got Talent talent show at the Crooker Theater March 31 at 7 p.m.  Judges will determine the top three performers from the 16 contestants and then More...

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Pet of the Week

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STUDENT NOTES

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Deputy crashes cruiser after falling asleep

BOWDOIN   A Sagadahoc County Sheriff ’s deputy escaped serious injury after crashing his police cruiser into a tree along Route 125 in Bowdoin Saturday morning.  Deputy Al Huntington was able to report his own crash to Sagadahoc Count More...

Bowdoin residents approve budget

All articles approved at town meeting

BOWDOIN   It was a quick and uneventful annual town meeting at Bowdoin Central School in Bowdoin Saturday.  In just less than 90 minutes, 95 residents adopted all 61 warrant articles, approving a $954,384 municipal budget — a 1.6 perc More...

PEOPLE PLUS PIC OF THE WEEK

PARTICIPANTS IN THE LOOSEN UP CLASS at People Plus use Therabands as part of their workout. More...

PHS recruiting volunteer tour guides

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Merrymeeting Audubon offers outdoor study scholarships

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Morse’s Fernald receives MPA Principal’s Award

Bath — Alex Fernald of Phippsburg, a senior at Morse High School, has been selected to receive the 2017 Principal’s Award, Morse Principal John Pinkerton announced today. More...

Library to offer free babysitter training for teens, tweens

BATH — Registration opens Friday, March 17 for a Red Cross babysitter training course, to be held at Patten Free Library on Saturday, April 8. Participants will earn certification in one full-day session running from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. More...

Kindergarten registration in Richmond

RICHMOND — The Marcia Buker School in Richmond will hold kindergarten registration for the 2017-18 school year on Thursday, May 11 and Friday,   More...

Vitelli, Carson to hold office hours

BATH — Sen. Eloise Vitelli, D-Bath, will be holding office hours at the Patten Free Library on 33 Summer St. in Bath on Saturday, March 18.  Sen. More...

Bowdoin to hold annual town meeting Saturday

BOWDOIN   Bowdoin residents will gather at Bowdoin Central School at 9 a.m. More...

CHS RECEIVES $10K DONATION

SUBARU OF NEW ENGLAND presents Coastal Humane Society with a donation of $10,000 on Tuesday. More...

Northern Pride first to obtain HUBZone certification Midcoast

TOPSHAM   Northern Pride Communications, Inc., a telecommunications tower-service firm, is the first firm in the Brunswick area to receive official Small Business Administration HUBZone Certification under the newly expanded eligibility criteria More...

Oasis Free Clinics to hold first Polar Bear Plunge

PHIPPSBURG   The Oasis Free Clinics is sponsoring the Inaugural Polar Plunge to raise money for its medical, dental and prescription assistance programs.  More...

BRUNSWICK MAN IN JEOPARDY

STEVE PECUKONIS, a trainer and consultant from Brunswick, right, stands with “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek. More...

Richmond man shot after alleged home invasion attempt

A Richmond man was shot Wednesday morning while allegedly breaking into a neighbor’s apartment on Post Road. Richmond Police Chief Scott MacMaster said Shad Hembree, 42, is charged with felony burglary, and could face other charges. More...

Gardening workshop in Brunswick

BRUNSWICK Each year the Brunswick- Topsham Land Trust’s Tom Settlemire Community Garden brings together farmers, gardeners, and the community’s leading gardening experts to provide educational workshops, practical lectures and hands-on t More...

Teen Film Society launches ‘You Choose!’ film series

BATH — The Teen Library Council’s new Teen Film Society will offer a novel first film series beginning next Friday, March 17 in the Library’s second floor Community Room. Movie goers will meet at 2:45 p.m. More...