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  • Annual Mid-Coast Audubon birdseed sale

    It's time for the annual fall birdseed sale held by the Mid-Coast Audubon chapter. Proceeds help the chapter with its nesting box program and help provide the many free educational programs held throughout the year.

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  • #GivingTuesday

    Boothbay Treasures: Community Services

    Have you heard about Boothbay Treasures? A group of 26 local nonprofits from the Boothbay region are collaborating to let the world know that they live, work and serve in one of the most caring places on earth.

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  • Live Music

    This month at Savory Maine: Americana, folk, country, gospel and more

    Savory Maine's November music series features musicians every Thursday (except Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 27) and Saturday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., from around the Midcoast to entertain and delight diners at Savory Maine.

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  • Mary’s Musings

    Keeping our cemeteries in pristine condition

    It costs a lot of money for the Boothbay-Boothbay Harbor Cemetery District to maintain the 11 cemeteries under its jurisdiction, according to district trustee treasurer John “Jolly” Arsenault.

    Some of us are adding to that financial burden by breaking the rules, which say “no live or artificial trees, shrubs, bushes, hedges or plants shall be placed, planted or maintained” on the lot.

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  • Southport planning board

    At 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 5, the Southport Planning Board will hold its regular monthly meeting to consider:

    • A pre-application discussion on the application of Charles Stewart for cottage renovation and relocation at Map 19, Lot 53 on Capitol Island
  • ‘Bake the Night Away’ in Nobleboro

    The smell of fresh bread baking is almost irresistible, and so is the upcoming Central Lincoln County Adult Education course Bake the Night Away offered, Thursday, Nov. 6 from 5 to 8 p.m. at Nobleboro Central School.

    This one night class will cover how to mix, knead, proof, and shape basic yeast dough. Participants will learn how to create cloverleaf rolls, butter crescents, cinnamon swirls, tea rings and whole-wheat rolls.

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  • Julia Hatfield joins the staff of New Hope for Women

    New Hope for Women is pleased to announce the addition of Julia Hatfield to its staff as a community-based advocate in Wiscasset.

    Hatfield will be responsible for providing direct-service advocacy, community outreach throughout Lincoln County, and support to victims of domestic and dating violence.  

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  • Lincoln Academy open house Nov. 19

    This year Lincoln Academy’s open house for incoming ninth graders and transferring students from other high schools will be held Nov. 19 at 6:30 p.m. at Lincoln Academy (81 Academy Hill Road in Newcastle).

    All interested students and their parents are welcome to attend.

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  • US District Court

    CEI embezzler sentenced to 20 months

    The Brunswick woman who pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $300,000 from a Wiscasset nonprofit has been sentenced to 20 months in jail.

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  • Edgecomb approves tractor purchase for school

    Edgecomb voters narrowly approved the purchase of a new tractor for the school during an Oct. 20 special town meeting. Residents voted, 14-12, to finance the purchase of a 2014 John Deere tractor. The town will pay $22,070 in principal and interest over a five-year period.

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  • New support group for caregivers of people with dementia

    Over the past three years, LincolnHealth Occupational Therapist Megan McCartney has seen a growing number of patients come to the hospital with a physical illness and leave with a diagnosis of dementia.

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  • Teens To Trails announces school grants

    Teens To Trails (T3) is pleased to announce this year’s Outing Club grant recipients from 16 high schools across the state, including Boothbay Region and Wiscasset high schools and six brand new high school Outing Club programs.

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  • Hall’s encourages families to 'Have the Talk of a Lifetime'

    People talk about many things with their loved ones, from day-to-day details to big events.

    Sharing stories with those who matter most isn’t just important today; it will be especially significant when it’s time to commemorate a life. Hall’s is proud to announce its participation in Have the Talk of a Lifetime, a national effort to encourage families to have conversations about life and what matters most.

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  • Rushlau seeks sixth term as district attorney

    His experience and consistent, fair approach are two reasons District Attorney Geoffrey Rushlau says voters should return him to office this fall. Rushlau is the second longest serving district attorney in the state, and he’s seeking a sixth term this fall against Democratic challenger David Sinclair, 45, of Bath.

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  • Boothbay Harbor Police Blotter: Friday is Halloween

    The Boothbay Harbor Police Department made no arrests between Oct. 21-27. The department wants to reminder motorists that Friday is Halloween night, and be aware of trick or treaters on the streets.

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