June 13, 2013 RSS feed / News

Woolwich man pitches in for plan

Engineer by trade, Ware helps scale down municipal building proposal

WOOLWICH   Mike Ware recalls conferring with a member of the Selectboard a few months ago, when town officials were going back and forth with competing plans for an addition to — or replacement of — the municipal building.  More...

The return of the ‘cash mob’

BATH — It’s the longest running “cash mob” in the state.  At 5:30 p.m. More...

Bath Soup Kitchen closure to affect aid

BATH — The Bath Soup Kitchen will be closed from June 28 to Sept. More...

Lobster bake canceled in Bath

BATH — The Regional School Unit 1 Education Foundation has canceled the Benefit Lobster Bake planned for Friday, June 14, because of conflicts with other functions.  Another event will be planned in the future and the Foundation will be su More...

Library is site for talk by Perkins

FREEPORT — Jack Perkins, former journalist for NBC and the familiar voice behind the television show “Biography,” will appear at Freeport Community Library on June 15. More...

CORRECTION

The Times Record reserves this space to correct errors appearing in our news columns. We ask readers who are aware of factual errors to telephone Managing Editor Bob Mentzinger at 504- 8209.  More...

Osprey blamed for Bath-area outage

More than 5,000 Central Maine Power customers were out of power for more than an hour Tuesday morning. More...

Bath recreation unit offers free food

BATH — The Bath Parks and Recreation Department is participating in the Summer Food Service Program.  Meals will be provided to all children 18 and younger without charge. More...

Flag-raising event Friday in West Bath

WEST BATH — West Bath is having a flag raising ceremony at its Old Orchard Road cemetery Friday, June 14 at 3 p.m.  Veterans of Foreign Wars Bath, the West Bath Historical Society and the Board of Selectmen on hand. More...

Lisbon OKs budget hike, new sewer vacuum truck

Voters approved a 2013-14 school budget Tuesday by a 184-vote margin.  The $14.4 million school budget was approved 325-141 at the polls. More...

CORRECTION

The Times Record reserves this space to correct errors appearing in our news columns. We ask readers who are aware of factual errors to telephone Managing Editor Bob Mentzinger at 504- 8209.  More...

Local photographer wins awards

BRUNSWICK — A Brunswick photographer won seven awards for his work during the Maine Professional Photographers Association Convention earlier this year.  More...

Free music Sunday at Bowdoin chapel

BRUNSWICK — Bowdoin College’s chapel will host a “A Celebration of Music” Sunday, at 6:30 p.m., which will be free and open to the public.  More...

Masons award educational grants

BRUNSWICK — Caroline Carrigan, a senior at Mt. More...

Hyde School opens Visit Day opn June 22

BATH — Hyde School, a national leader in character education and leadership development, will host a Visit Day on Saturday, June 22, from 1 to 3 p.m., on its Bath campus.  More...

Eldridge gets vote of competence

BRUNSWICK — He described Finance Director John Eldridge as “boring,” but Town Manager Gary Brown also complimented Eldridge’s consistency and conservative nature when dealing with other people’s money.  More...

Civil War program includes grisly images

BRUNSWICK — Pejepscot Historical Society will present a talk by Richard Lowry, associate professor of English at the College of William and Mary, titled “Mr. Lincoln, Mr. More...

Newest coastal crop: rockweed

Call for rules grows with harvest

All it takes is a license and a cutting rake to harvest rockweed anytime and anywhere along most of Maine’s long coast. But other than in a large bay in far eastern Maine, there’s no fisheries management plan for the common seaweed.  More...

Gerzofksy targets sex crimes in bill

AUGUSTA   A bill intended to strengthen laws regarding sex crimes unanimously passed the Senate June 7.  " There is no excuse for sexual abuse, ever," said state Sen. More...

DIKE-NEWELL SCHOOL

Summer camping fun on tap

One hundred nineteen students will be receiving oneweek scholarships to attend a camp this summer, thanks to the generous support of the Bath Elementary PTA, the Davenport Foundation, and many area camps, as well as the efforts of the Dike-Newell gui More...