October 4, 2017 RSS feed / Local

Brunswick Fine Craft Show is Oct. 7-8

BRUNSWICK   The Maine Crafts Guild, in celebration of American Craft Week, will present the Brunswick Fine Craft Show on October 7- 8 in Brunswick at Fort Andross. More...

Woolwich ballot set

WOOLWICH   Three candidates will vie for two positions on the Woolwich Board of Selectmen in November.  Incumbent Selectmen Allison Hepler and Jason Shaw will be running for reelection.  Both joined the board six years ago, and are run More...

Vietnam doc screening at Bowdoin

BRUNSWICK — A screening and discussion of episode four of the new documentary series, The Vietnam War, with guest speaker William “Bro” Adams, a Vietnam veteran, former chairman of the National Endowment of the Humanities and former More...

Coastal Humane, Lincoln County shelter in Subaru social media campaign

BRUNSWICK — The Coastal Humane Society and Lincoln County Animal Shelter are participating Subaru of New England's #SNELovesPets social media campaign to earn up to $10,000 in grants. Through Oct. More...

SMCC reserves parking spaces for combat-wounded veterans

BRUNSWICK   Southern Maine Community College is paying tribute to its military veterans by reserving designated parking spaces specifically for veterans who have been wounded in combat.  More...

Meet the candidates night in West Bath

WEST BATH — A candidates night will be held Oct. 16 at 6 p.m. at West Bath Town Office. Candidates for West Bath Selectmen include Kathleen Lavallee and Marc Travis. More...

Peace Walk to center on Bath

BATH — The sixth Maine Peace Walk for Conversion, Community and Climate will take place Oct. 13-21. More...

Mid Coast Hospital stages community-wide disaster drill

BRUNSWICK — Mid Coast Hospital and Mid Coast Senior Health, along with community partners, took part in a full-scale mass-casualty drill on Sept. 27. More...

Meet Freddie

Pet of the Week

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STUDENT NOTES

WENTWORTH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY   Autumn E. Thompson of Bath graduated from Wentworth Institute of Technology Aug. 20  HAMILTON COLLEGE   Julia F. More...

November ballot taking shape in West Bath

WEST BATH   The town of West Bath in November will elect a new member to their board of selectmen, and two members to the West Bath School Board.  Two candidates are running to replace outgoing Selectmen Paula Nelson, who served three three More...

Judge to determine if Island Rover vessel remains in violation of town law

PORTLAND Cumberland County Justice Thomas Warren will determine whether the location of the Island Rover reaserch vessel under construction in Freeport is in complies with zoning, More...

Gaiason named Democratic candidate for vacant Lisbon House seat

LISBON — Scott Gaiason is the Democrats’ choice to run for the vacant House District 56 seat in a special election Nov. More...

Police identify body in truck blaze

RICHMOND   State police say it was 44- year-old Jerry Kiesow who died when his pickup truck caught fire in Richmond early Saturday morning.  More...

PEOPLE PLUS PIC OF THE WEEK

PEOPLE PLUS MEMBERS enjoyed their annual apple picking outing to Rocky Ridge Orchard in Bowdoin last week. More than a dozen members attended. More...

Freeport candidates line up for council, RSU5 seats

FREEPORT Nomination papers for the Nov. 7 election have been returned in Freeport for positions on the school board and town council. More...

Candy Cane Festival to replace train this holiday season

BATH — The staff and volunteers at Tri-County Literacy have announced first annual Candy Cane Festival, to be held Saturday, Dec. 9, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. More...

Vintage baseball returns to Crimmins Field in Brunswick

Pejepscot Historical Society hosts third annual competition between Dirigo Base Ball Club and Sunrise Club

BRUNSWICK   Pejepscot Historical Society once again invites the public to enjoy an afternoon of baseball played by 1860s rules. More...

Patten Free Library Announces Vietnam War Film Series

BATH — In conjunction with the Ken Burns and Lynn Novick documentary airing on PBS this fall, Patten Free Library in Bath will screen four award-winning films about the Vietnam War. More...

Charlie Wing Book Talk on ‘Salt in Their Veins’

BATH — On Wednesday, Oct. 18 at 6:30 p.m., Patten Free Library in Bath welcomes Charlie Wing for an author chat and book signing of “Salt in Their Veins.” The Mustard Seed Bookstore will handle sales. More...