BATH — Steven M. Christie, 54, of Bath passed away Friday, September 29, 2017.
He was born in Gardiner on January 27, 1963, a son of John Christie and Mary Rogachoff.
He graduated from Wiscasset High School. He was employed at Bath Iron Works for years, he was a painter second to none and had a knack to solve any problem.
Theresa “Teri” Jean (Dyer) Webber, 55, of Sabattus, Maine, passed away peacefully at her home with her family by her side on Tuesday, September 26, 2017.
She was born on January, 19, 1962, in Brunswick, Maine.
She spent her life caring for others, especially her family and made a career as a CNA/CRMA and taking care of individuals of all ages.
FREEPORT — Robert T. Greenleaf III, 77, passed away peaceful at his home in Freeport with his family by his side on Thursday, September 28, 2017.
Born May 18, 1940, he was one of nine children born to Robert T. Greenleaf Jr. and Carrie E. Greenleaf of Westport Island. He was in the Navy.
TOPSHAM — Harold B. (Hutch) Hutchinson, age 89, passed away at the Highlands, Topsham on Sunday, October 1, 2017.
He was born in Buckfield, ME May 4, 1928, a son of Arthur Burton and Evelyn (Libby) Hutchinson. He was a graduate of Buckfield High school, class of 1946. “Hutch” was a multisport athlete competing in baseball, football and skiing.
TOPSHAM — Barbara Purinton Hutchinson, age 88, passed away at the Highlands, Topsham on Friday, September 29, 2017.
She was born October 21, 1928 in Brunswick, ME the fifth child of Edith Hamlin Purinton and Ernest Augustus Purinton.
DEAR ABBY: Two years ago, I married a kind, hard-working man I’ll call Travis. These two years have been the best of my life, and I couldn’t imagine a better husband. However, I just got some news I feel is threatening our marriage.
I just returned from a national conference titled “War and Environment” held at American University in Washington DC. I was invited to speak on the subject of conversion of the military industrial complex to sustainable production in order to help us deal with our present challenge of climate change.
“Real Newspapers, Real News” is the theme of this year’s National Newspaper Week (Oct. 1-7.) Indeed, there’s always been lots of “real” at newspapers. Real stories, real journalism, real work, real deadlines, real honesty, real facts, real changes and, now, real threats.
FREEPORT (AP) — A Maine couple is back home after narrowly surviving the deadly mass shooting at a Las Vegas concert.
Nikki Goodheart tells WGME-TV she was recording video of country star Jason Aldean’s performance Sunday night when gunshots rang out.
Goodheart says her husband, Ron, jumped on top of her as she watched people getting shot and falling to the ground.
PORTLAND (AP) — The American Civil Liberties Union of Maine has issued a report based on more than 115 interviews that says students of color experience “regular harassment and discrimination” in schools.
(AP) —The question of whether Republican Sen. Susan Collins is going to stay in Washington or return to Maine to run for governor will soon be answered.
Her office says an announcement is expected during the Columbus Day break next week.