The Boothbay Comprehensive Planning Committee is taking a different approach than its predecessors did a quarter century ago. In 1989, the comprehensive planning committee wanted to curb hotel growth and overcrowding during the summer. The committee crafted a comprehensive plan that reigned in uncontrolled growth to appease residents’ concern.
The Boothbay Harbor Memorial Library will present a day of reflection devoted to the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz with a book discussion and play. These two events will be held on Wednesday, April 8 in the library’s upstairs conference room and in the main room.
AARP Maine received information today from the Central Aroostook Chamber of Commerce concerning fraudulent telephone calls being made to residents from callers claiming to be from a company called MCI-ITS S-Telesy. The caller ID phone number is 213-337-0014. The caller asks for computer passwords and personal information due to a virus they claim to be monitoring.
Dan Drummond will experience “a once in a lifetime experience” for a second time next spring. The Boothbay Region High School junior will travel to Germany in April 2016 as part of a cultural exchange program.
Drummond and classmate, Abel Bryer, toured Germany last year as part of the German American Partnership Program. The high school has participated in GAPP since 1989.
I would like to thank everyone who came out Friday night to enjoy good food and good company while supporting Rebuilding Together at the annual community supper. By the end of the evening, everyone was full and we had raised a little over $1,000, all of which will go towards our May 9 Rebuilding Together day here in the Boothbay region.
Studio Theatre of Bath (STB) celebrates 35 years of community theater by producing a reprise of its original show: Tennessee Williams’ “A Streetcar Named Desire.” The original production was directed by the New York director (and Marlon Brando’s acting coach) Chouteau Chapin and starred Suzanne Rankin as Blanche and Cliff Greene as Stanley.
In the current production, Blanche will be portrayed by April Joy Purinton, STB's artistic director and president.
As a subscriber, I have enjoyed this year’s contributions by Barbara Rumsey, especially the articles on the Harbor battleships and Before the Bowling Alley. Who hasn’t been to the bowling alley?
At my town (now for 67 years), the town historian is gone (she is deceased) and the local newspaper folded. The citizens of the Boothbay region are so lucky to have both.
If there’s one thing I’m really good at it’s nothing. Hmm, somehow that didn’t exactly come out the way I’d hoped it would. So, in the interest of dodging a multi-concept, verbal pile-up right here on the virtual on-ramp I’ll just back up and take another run at it.
A local martial arts instructor has been indicted by the grand jury for charges that allege he tampered with a witness.
Brant Perkins, 56, of Boothbay Harbor was indicted by the Lincoln County Grand Jury for charges alleging he attempted to have a student provide an alibi for him.
Eight years ago, a group of friends got together to make quilts for children in need. That first year they produced perhaps two or three.
The owner of a boat that recently dragged its mooring and is beached said that with any luck, it will be out of Pemaquid soon.
James Sheehy, owner of both Boothbay Harbor's Westward and Pemaquid Harbor's Columbia said with any luck, both ships could soon be leaving.
While everyone is hoping for the baseball fields to be clear of snow soon, we found this photo of a Boothbay Harbor Grammar School championship team. Register editor Kevin Burnham played against many of these players in Little League in 1969 and said several of these players “could really play.” You might know that red haired female manager kneeling in the front row. She now does her “pitching” at the dump. How many others can you recognize?
A Bath man escaped injury on March 24 following a River Road single vehicle accident. Around 5:30 p.m., Daniel Soto, 48, was driving his 2003 Ford Focus south on the River Road. As he approached Route 27, he lost control of his vehicle.
According to Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department Lt. Rand Maker, Soto went through the intersection and hit a snowbank.
“It appears the driver was unfamiliar with the road and blinded by the sun,” Maker said.