The Bath Rotary Club has been serving the Bath community for almost 100 years. Sponsored by the Lewiston/ Auburn Rotary Club in 1919, the Bath Rotary has done many local projects benefitting the Bath area. One longstanding program are scholarships for graduating Morse High School seniors. Two seniors receive $1000 scholarships in their first year of college.
For her Introduction to Medical Assisting class, Caitlin Martel-Harrington spent part of a day at a healthcare clinic, shadowing an employee to get a better idea of what a medical assistant’s job is all about.
A lot has changed since I started hiking Ragged Mountain in the 1970s. Part of a coastal mountain range called the Camden Hills, back then the only trail leading to the summit began in a pasture on the Gillette Road in Rockport. Crossing private properties, the path went through an evolution of closings and re-openings, depending upon the whims of landowners.
December 1946. The young family had moved to Lisbon Falls, Maine from Darien, Connecticut just a few months earlier. The Christmas presents were wrapped; the children (ages 7, 4 and 2 months) were snuggled in their beds. It was cold outside; snow covered the ground.
In 1808, the 17th president of the United States, Andrew Johnson, was born in Raleigh, North Carolina.
In 1845, Texas was admitted as the 28th state.
In 1890, the Wounded Knee massacre took place in South Dakota as an estimated 300 Sioux Indians were killed by U.S. troops sent to disarm them.
As the year turns, there are some things I haven’t been able to understand. I figure I’m like most people.
Paul Ackerman sets up a straw man to attack in asking, “Is the Current Special Counsel Investigation Comparable to Watergate?” (Dec. 27). And in attacking that straw man he fires off a number of misstatements and slurs.
The town of Lisbon will have to make a decision soon regarding the town's ambulance provider.
WOOLWICH CENTRAL SCHOOL
Grade 6: Grace Chubbuck, Kacey-Jane Clark, Case Jacobs, Sebastian Lafer, Keith Libby, Madison Malcolm, Trace McFarland, Edie McKay, Sarah Ouellette, Michaela Pettersen, Apple Smith, Abigail Sprague, Lilian Wright
Topsham residents watched plans develop for a new Mt. Ararat High School this year, along with the other three town in School Administrative District 75.
In March, SAD 75 voters approved two referendum questions paving the way for a new high school as well as a synthetic turf field.
The state will pay $53 million of the estimated $60.7 million school.
Brunswick officials continued to grapple with school building needs in 2017.
Voters in June approved a $28 million bond to replace the 62-year-old Coffin Elementary School, which has structural and safety issues.