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  • 'Jubilee' comes at critical time for Bath arts center

    BATH — The fifth Hot Chocolate Jubilee fundraiser next week comes at a crucial time for the financially strapped Chocolate Church Arts Center, where the impending layoff of Executive Director Roo Dunn was announced last week.

  • Come and get 'em

    Amy Eldredge, 11, of Bowdoin, jumps for joy (and Thin Mints) last Sunday afternoon outside Tire Warehouse in Topsham, where Girl Scout Troops 1646 and 1647 were conducting a drive-up cookie sale for the third consecutive year. Joining Eldredge is her friend, Shawnee. (Keith Spiro photo)

  • Machine move-in

    Harbor Technologies in Brunswick is the proud owner of a new pultrusion machine. The 40-foot machine, which arrived by truck Monday afternoon, pulls pieces of fiberglass fabric through a bath of resin and pushes them out through a precision-made steel die, "sort of like a big Play-Dough factory," en...

  • Sept. is now goal for Topsham natural areas plan

    TOPSHAM — Although the town's natural areas draft report and plan was scheduled to go to voters at Town Meeting in May, further revision of the document has delayed the vote until later in the year.

  • RSU blue-sky budget would raise taxes 5.6%

    BATH — The Regional School Unit 1 Board of Directors reviewed a preliminary fiscal 2010 budget Monday evening that reflects a 2.8 percent spending increase and a 5.6 percent tax increase.

  • Bath Comp Plan elicits few comments; on its way to Augusta

    BATH — After no public comment – or attendance – during the Comprehensive Plan portion of Tuesday's Planning Board meeting, the plan will soon be sent to Augusta for state review.

  • Cape FD challenges boys to a fundraiser hockey game

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The varsity boy's hockey season may be over, but the team isn't quite ready to call it quits.

  • Feds give Brunswick OK for Maine St. Station work

    BRUNSWICK — After months of anxiety over the $23.5 million Maine Street Station project, the town finally received some good news this week.

  • Arts organizations rally against economy

    Coalition plans to market region as a destination

  • Harpswell voters trim budget, renew border dispute

    Multer elected to Board of Selectmen