June 21, 2013 RSS feed / Community

SCHEDULED PUBLIC MEETINGS

Arrowsic  SELECT BOARD, Monday, 6 p.m., Town Hall.  Bowdoin  BOARD OF SELECTMEN, Monday, 6:30 p.m., town office. PLANNING BOARD, Tuesday, 7 p.m., town office. More...

Whalen to attend U.S. Naval Academy

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Paul Whalen, of Woolwich, has accepted an offer to attend the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis. U.S. Rep. Chellie Pingree nominated Whalen to the academy in November. Whalen graduated Morse High School. More...

STUDENT NOTES

WALTHAM, Mass. — Alexander Pilitsis, of Brunswick, was named to the Dean’s List and Scott Ross, of Freeport, was named to the President’s List at Bentley University for their achievements in the spring 2013 semester. More...

CARS WITH MOXIE

SPECTATORS CHECK OUT a vintage car at last year's Vintage Moxie Car Show that attracted more than 125 cars. More...

Flags to be retired in Brunswick

BRUNSWICK   Brunswick American Legion Post 20 is conducting a public flag retirement ceremony, noon Saturday at the Joshua Chamberlain statue on the upper mall.  More...

HONOR ROLL

Chop Point School

WOOLWICH — The following students made the Honor Roll for the fourth quarter at Chop Point School.  High Honors: Emma Carville and Joey Leask.  More...

Free workshops for college planning

BATH —The Maine Educational Opportunity Center will host free Essentials of College Planning workshops for adults 19 and older at Midcoast Center for Higher Education, 9 Park St., at 9 a.m. More...

Food pantry resets hours

WISCASSET — The St. Philip’s Church Help Yourself Shelf food pantry, 12 Hodge St. will be open at 5 p.m. More...

Botanist to unveil online ID program

BRUNSWICK — Visit Curtis Memorial Library at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday July 10 for “Go Botany,” a hands-on workshop with botanist and environmental educator Don Hudson.  More...

Wiscasset preps July 4 events

WISCASSET — The town invites everyone to participate in daylong “Treasures of the Wiscasset” activities planned for the Fourth of July.  The festivities will begin at 10 a.m. More...

Minimum wage hike among 100 bills awaiting funding

More than 100 bills passed this session by the Legislature languish in a limbo created by uncertainty about whether they can be funded.  More...

Police probe theft of art from Woolwich home

The Sagadahoc County Sheriff ’s Department is looking for help from the public to locate an antique oil painting stolen from a Woolwich residence in April or May.  More...

SAD 75 ‘STATE’ PICKS

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Pasture walk offers a ‘no-till drill’

DURHAM — A pasture walk is set for Sunday, June 23, at Old Crow Ranch, 427 Davis Road, to exhibit turf improvements made possible with a “no-till drill” from the Maine Grass Farmer’s Network.  The walk will be from 3 to More...

Young Eagles to fly at BXM on Saturday

BRUNSWICK — Children aged 8-17 interested in flight and aviation can learn about planes and go for a sightseeing flight on Saturday, June 22. More...

Dogs for adoption saved from doom

DAMARISCOTTA — Almost Home Rescue will be featured at The Animal House on Saturday, June 22 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. More...

Clothing giveaway Saturday at church

BRUNSWICK — Free clothing will be given away for those in need 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, June 22, at The Church of Jesus Christ, 169 Coombs Road.   Coombs Road is on the right heading towards Orr's Island and Bailey Island on Route 24. More...

Consider giving a ‘Gift of Bath’

BATH — Main Street Bath is touting Gift of Bath gift certificate — redeemable for merchandise or services at 70 city businesses.  Gift certificates can be purchased at First Federal Savings, Bath Savings Institution, the Main Street More...

OLD GLORY

AN 18-FOOT-BY-33-FOOT REPLICA of a garrison flag designed in the same configuration as the 1860 Fort Sumter flag will hang in the atrium at the Cultural Building at the State House Complex in Augusta More...

Bath band ushering in summer

BATH   With balmy summer evenings in the offing — hopefully — the venerable Bath Municipal Band begins its summer concert series at 7 tonight at the scenic gazebo in Library Park.  The Bath Municipal Band, under the direction of More...