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Loving Local Downtown Gardiner Winter Celebration

Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Location: Downtown Gardiner Maine, Water Street, Gardiner, Maine For more information: 2075823100; gardinermainstreet.org/events/loving-local/ Who says that …
Jeffry Knuckles
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Bath Housing has two new members of board

Bath Housing Development Corporation is pleased to announce Jeffry Knuckles and Sally Hennessey as new members of its Board of Directors. Hennessey, a native of …
Ten people escaped a Tuesday afternoon fire that destroyed a home in Whitefield.

Youth burning dog leash caused Whitefield fire that displaced 11 during blizzard

The fire at 452 Mills Road in Whitefield that required the response of seven area fire departments on Tuesday was caused by …
John Spear

South Thomaston administrator to retire

The South Thomaston administrator is resigning after a little more than a year on the job. John Spear will serve through …
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Enjoy Fat Tuesday at Darby’s and help others at the same time

Darby’s in Belfast is partnering with Waldo County General Hospital’s Cardiac Rehab program to raise funds for its scholarship fund. On Fat Tuesday (Mardi Gras), …
Ben and his team
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Sled Dogs Helping Out Shelter Dogs

The Pope Memorial Humane Society is in the middle of a 50 Cat Challenge, with adoption fees slashed in half until 50 felines have found …
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A Yummy, Heart-y Valentine’s Luncheon

Monday, Feb. 9, 2015 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. Location: Spectrum Generations Coastal Community Center, 521 Main Street, Damariscotta, Maine For more information: 563-1363; spectrumgenerations.org …
A former Bath Iron Works employee is suing the company claiming he was subjected to harassment and discrimination because he is Muslim and Palestinian. According to documents submitted in U.S. District Court, this Afghanistan flag, given to BIW by the U.S. Marine Corps for the company’s support of the United Way and Toys for Tots, continues to hang “in plain view” in the main walkway at BIW despite being “decimated with hate graffiti" including the words “Devils” and “kill them,” and a drawing of a bomb over the mosque in the center of the flag.

Muslim who worked at Bath Iron Works files federal lawsuit claiming shipyard employees harassed and spat at him

BRUNSWICK | A former Bath Iron Works employee who says he was harassed, routinely spat at by other employees and subjected to hate speech …
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New Hope for Women seeks Safe Home providers

ROCKLAND, Maine, January 30, 2015—One of the many services New Hope for Women (NHFW) provides …

Rockland names new deputy police chief

3 hours ago A veteran detective is the new second in command for Rockland’s police …
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Casco Bay Wealth Advisors accounces Sheila Menair achieves the Certified Divorce Financial Analyst designation

BRUNSWICK, Maine — Casco Bay Wealth Advisors (CBWA) announced that Sheila Menair, a financial advisor …
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Public supper Feb. 7 at Waldo to benefit scholarship fund

Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Location: Waldo Town Hall, 127 Savage …

Warren selectman accused of punching public works supervisor has yet to take out re-election papers as deadline nears

The chairman of the Board of Selectmen who is under investigation following …
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