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  • Bath prepares for Commercial Street upgrades

    BATH — The city may soon seek bids on safety and aesthetic improvements to the area of Commercial Street that stretches from the recently renovated train station to the section beneath the Sagadahoc Bridge. The project cost is about $600,000, 80 percent of which is being funded ...

  • Bath Mayfair hosts yard sales, music, art, games

    BATH — For fans of yard sales, Mayfair could be considered something of a dream come true.

  • Marker project to tell Bath's history in innovative ways

    BATH — It was the night of Sept. 3, 1883, and Constable William "Uncle Billy" Lawrence was walking his downtown beat, checking businesses along Front Street. Three burglars were on the run, one of whom ran into the arms of 63-year-old Lawrence, who asked the man, Daniel...

  • Bath students need $40K for world competition

    BATH — Five Odyssey of the Mind teams from Bath schools are undergoing an odyssey of a different sort, aiming to raise $40,000 to allow them to travel to Iowa to participate in the program's 2009 World Finals. Odyssey of the Mind, a program that offers problem-solving opportuniti...

  • Out on a limb

    Seth Moody, a professional arborist from Caribou and Camden, climbs 42 feet straight up to ring a bell while competing in a tree-climbing competition in Library Park in Bath on April 18. Six professional arborists from around New England raced against each other in several different events. (Roger S...

  • Letter: Sister city success

    Thank you to many people and institutions for another successful visit from our sister city in Japan: Bath Middle School, Joe Byrnes, Maine Maritime Museum, Bath Noontime Rotary, Marnee's Cookies, Bath Skate Park, Bath YMCA, Maine Aomori Sister State Advisory Committee, Gulf of Maine Research I...

  • Working on a doggie doctorate

    American Kennel Club Judge Frank Washabaugh of New Jersey critiques the sniffing work of a dog in the Scent Articles event last Sunday in the Casco Bay Dog Training Club's AKC All-Breeds Obedience and Rally Trial at Bath Middle School. In Scent Article, dogs are tasked with picking out the one item ...

  • Author launches book on Bath shipbuilding family

    BATH — While the Sewall family has been in the news recently after its fuel and convenience store company filed for bankruptcy, a new book looks at the family from a different perspective, telling the warts-and-all tale of its heyday as a builder and manager of a vast fleet of merchant ships...

  • Bath looks into roundabout to get around intersection woes

    BATH — In an attempt to improve safety and traffic flow at a high-crash intersection, the city is moving toward a final design for a roundabout at Congress Avenue and State Road. Congress Avenue has a stop sign at the existing T-type intersection, while drivers along State Road ...

  • Bath council to vote on new finance director

    BATH — Contingent on approval from the City Council, Juli Millett of Topsham will be Bath's next finance director, City Manager Bill Giroux said this week. The council is scheduled to vote on Giroux's recommendation on Wednesday, April 15. Giroux said six of 24 applic...