Why yes, I did miss my 4-year-old’s first day of preschool. For some reason I wrote on my calendar that it began two days after it actually did. I discovered my mistake when the school called, asking where my child was.
Justin Scott likes working with his hands.
Bath Sunrise Rotary supports community services such as the Bath Food Pantry; literacy and educational projects at Patten Free Library and Morse High School; the eradication of polio (we are almost there, only eight cases worldwide this year); and international projects that provide health services, education, and clean water.
Politically speaking, our nation is deeply divided, perhaps more than ever before. Red State versus Blue State. Conservatives versus liberals. We (myself included) tend to stereotype those on the other side of the political fence. The media loves the divide, because conflict boosts ratings.
Two walks, one on land, the other on water, are aimed at celebrating the upcoming 10th anniversary of the creation of the 124-acre Maquoit Bay Conservation Land, a gift given daily to all of us who would walk to and see the sea.
Brunswick is in a very sad state of affairs, brought on by council members who talk too much and way too long. Council members speak too often and too long on any and all issues, but the public is only allowed five minutes at the podium.
We are about to start talking about the Vietnam War again. Not because of events in Korea, another divided Asian country, but because filmmaker Ken Burns has produced a major series of programs on that historically divisive conflict.
The number of Maine overdose deaths so far this year is on par with 2016, suggesting the numbers are leveling off while still averaging one per day, the state said Wednesday.
There were 185 drug overdose deaths in the first six months of the year — a slight decline from the same period in 2016, according to data from Maine’s chief medical examiner.
With the prospect of New England’s shuttered shrimp fishery reopening this winter, new rules are being designed to perpetuate the crustacean’s numbers and prevent another shutdown.
Recognizing the OSS
This year marks the 75th anniversary of the OSS, the Office of Strategic Services. The OSS was created out of necessity by President Roosevelt after the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941 and was disbanded in 1945.
Bowdoin College has acquired the property located at 28 College St. in Brunswick that was formerly owned by Arline P. Lay.
The college closed on the property Thursday, after reaching a purchase and sale agreement with Arline Lay and her son, James Lay, according to a statement issued by the college.
BATH — The Restorative Justice Project will conduct a mentor training series in Bath beginning Sept. 12 at the Grace Episcopal Church at 1100 Washington St. in Bath.
Following a public hearing Tuesday, the Brunswick Town Council unanimously approved a six-month moratorium on medical marijuana storefronts. The moratorium will allow town officials to work out zoning kinks and coordinate with state retail marijuana legislation and local ordinances.
A Hospice of Southern Maine Thresholds Community Forum will take place Thursday. Sept. 15 at 5:30 p.m. at Freeport Library.
The Anne L. Hunter Memorial Thresholds Conference is an annual educational event, designed to provide clinicians, social workers and caregivers the knowledge and tools to understand hospice care and end of life.
Bowdoin College’s president has said President Donald Trump’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals — or DACA — program is “profoundly disappointing.”