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  • Vandals do $20K damage to vacant Bath school

    BATH — Vandals who broke into the former Huse School building on Andrews Road on the night before Halloween caused more than $20,000 in damage, according to police. Bath police said Nov. 6 that the vandals were likely wearing Guy Fawkes masks, which were left behind, as were hun...

  • Bath council OKs rezoning for new CVS store

    BATH — The City Council granted final passage to a land use code map amendment and contract rezoning for a CVS drug store. The council on Nov. 5 also approved the sale of a small piece of city-owned land on Winter Street Court to resolve a code compliance issue. CVS wants to m...

  • Bath 'Turkey Trot' inspires giving, fitness

    BATH — Giving and exercising combine in the 11th annual "Turkey Trot," to be held on Thanksgiving, Nov. 27. InspireME Personal Fitness and Wellness will host the three-mile event, which raises funds for the Bath Area Food Bank. Walkers and runners of all abilities and ages are...

  • Veterans groups, churches collecting turkeys, cash

    YARMOUTH — Frozen turkeys and cash donations are being accepted Saturday, Nov. 15, from 9-11 a.m., at the Log Cabin on Main Street. American Legion Post 91, the AMVETS, VFW, and local churches will be collecting the donations for the Yarmouth Food Pantry, the Cumberland/North Yarmout...

  • Senate District 25 recount set for Nov. 18

    FALMOUTH — After initially saying she was content with the outcome of the Nov. 4 election, Republican Cathy Manchester of Gray has called for a recount after her apparent narrow loss to Falmouth Democrat Cathy Breen in state Senate District 25. Manchester officially made the req...

  • North Yarmouth Academy hires new head of school

    YARMOUTH — North Yarmouth Academy has hired a Colorado educator as the new head of school. Benjamin Jackson will start the job on July 1, 2015. The position is currently held on an interim basis by John Drisko, NYA’s assistant head of school and head of the Upper Scho...

  • Yarmouth program hopes to take bite out of dental assistant shortage

    YARMOUTH — A dentist and his wife are offering a new dental assistant training program for people in the area, whether they're young and new to the workforce or older and looking for a career change. Brian and Marcy Boynton of Yarmouth Dental on Forest Falls Drive on Oct. 31 announce...

  • Yarmouth likely to form railroad quiet-zone committee

    YARMOUTH — With the possibility of a 2 a.m. train coming through town every day, the Town Council is considering forming a citizen's committee to study whether the town can safely eliminate the sound of train whistles. At a workshop Nov. 6 and an operations committee meeting Nov. 10,...