A Richmond house was badly damaged in a Thursday morning fire that displaced a family and killed two dogs.
The fire, reported at 532 Beedle Road just before 8 a.m., began in the kitchen and had spread to the living room by the time the homeowner arrived and reported it.
BRUNSWICK — At First Parish Church of Brunswick on Sept. 23 at 7 p.m., the Rev. Betty Stookey and Noel Paul Stookey will share “One Light, Many Candles,” a program of readings and music about faith.
The performance will be in First Parish’s sanctuary as part of their “300 Years on The Way” celebration of the church’s 300th anniversary.
BATH — Tri-County Literacy is launching Read Together, a new pilot program providing free tutoring to children in the Bath/Brunswick/Topsham area. Read Together is designed for families who want their children, ages 7-11, to have more one-on-one, after school support learning to read but cannot afford a private tutor.
Bowdoin College is investigating messages found in a campus building which included a swastika and homophobic language. Dean of Student Affairs Tim Foster notified students and employees on Aug. 31, two days after the graffiti was found.
CONSUELO “CONNIE” BAILEY oversees her art students during their weekly art class at People Plus. Bailey is a local award-winning artist whose works are displayed in many private and corporate collections. She shares her love of art with her students teaching a mixed media class at the People Plus Center on Tuesdays.
Maine’s Supreme Judicial Court will hear three appeals at Freeport High School at the invitation of state Senate Majority Leader Garrett Mason and Maine House Speaker Sara Gideon on Thursday, Oct. 12.
BRUNSWICK — Mid Coast Hunger Prevention Program is hosting a SNAP Challenge, an opportunity to reflect on food insecurity by living on the SNAP budget of $4/day for a week. The activity will take place from Sept. 18-24 and anyone is welcome to join.
BRUNSWICK — Join members of the Maine Press Association for a discussion about fake news, how it spreads and how some politicians now use the claim to attack the press. The discussion, hosted by the American Association of University Women, will be 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 20. at Thornton Oaks Retirement community, 25 Thornton Way, Brunswick.
A new three-component program at Bowdoin College will help students gain insight into the rewards and challenges of serving the common good by working in and through government agencies, political offices and non-governmental organizations engaged in public policy.
[img_assist|nid=1173649|title=|desc= JOIN KELT for a Great Maine Outdoor experience on 9/30 at 8:00am to practice birding skills at Segerstrom Preserve on Westport Island.
TOPSHAM — Community Spay-Neuter Clinic of Topsham is asking residents of Androscoggin, Kennebec, Cumberland, Sagadahoc, Lincoln and Oxford counties who are feeding, or have knowledge of unowned, or “Community Cats” (barn, feral, stray) to schedule spay-neuter and vaccination against rabies. This service is free.
A meeting will be held this month to define the goals and objectives for the Freeport Cultural Plan at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 25 at Freeport Middle School.
GIRL SCOUT TROOP 2022 was recently honored by Topsham Public Library Director Susan M. Preece in a special reception to celebrate the Scouts’ work on the Hidden Meaning of Flowers garden. Troup 2022, based in Topsham, are Claire Caton, Gracelynn Dauphinais, Sophie Gonzalez, Megan Hughes, Anya Kowalsky, Avery Myrick, Sophie Powell and Lorelei Whalen.
Main Street Bath Director Jacob Korb will be stepping down today to move to Pittsburgh, where he has accepted a new position as manager of donor relations at Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.
Korb has roots in northwest Pennsylvania where he grew up and went to school at the University of Pittsburgh.
As part of the national Coastweek starting on Saturday, volunteers all along Maine’s coast will take part in the annual Maine Coastweek Coastal Cleanup.
The Brunswick Town Council on Monday will consider adopting a resolution acknowledging Maine’s indigenous people.
The MidCoast Indigenous Awareness Group has asked the council to adopt the resolution, which recognizes the second Monday in October — the date on which Columbus Day falls — as Indigenous Peoples’ Day.
[img_assist|nid=1173493|title=|desc= MAXWELL HARVEY, 14, listens to his teacher during English class at the Washington Leadership Academy in Washington.
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