BATH — The Morse High School football team will host Freeport on Friday night at 7 p.m.
This will be a night to honor military personnel, as the Shipbuilders will host Military Appreciation Night.
All military (former or current) get in for free and will have a free meal at the snack shack.
TOPSHAM — The Mt. Ararat Middle School boys soccer team scored 21 goals in a pair of wins recently.
Against Tripp, the Eagles rolled to an 8-1 win.
Duncan Paetow played in goal and had a few good saves in the win.
Emily Martin expects a lot from herself. Each time the Morse High School girls soccer sophomore takes to the pitch, the pressures to put the ball into the net are there, no matter if she is being marked by one, two or even three defenders.
Scoring more than one or two goals in a game has been rare for the Mt. Ararat High School boys soccer team this season.
On Tuesday night, the Eagles put four balls into the back of the net as they downed Morse, 4-0 in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference matchup.
The parade celebrating the Pittsburgh Penguins’ second straight Stanley Cup was still raging on that hot afternoon in mid-June when Mike Sullivan decided it was time to up the ante.
Tubes connecting to veins in her arms, Natalie Vanderstay clutches a pillow to her stomach, over the spot where a bullet entered her body. Blankets cover the leg that was ripped apart, doctors believe, by shrapnel.
The 43-year-old Los Angeles nurse can hardly believe she’s alive. In the past 48 hours, she said, her life has changed forever.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico
The official death toll from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico has increased to 34 from 16, the U.S. territory’s governor said Tuesday.
Gov. Ricardo Rossello also said he believes the hurricane that struck on Sept. 20 with winds over 150 mph caused $90 billion in damage across the Caribbean island.
A 106-year-old Afghan woman who made a perilous journey to Europe in 2015 that involved her son and grandson carrying her through mountains, deserts and forests has finally been granted temporary shelter in the Scandinavian country.
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.