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  • Snowmobile safety course offered

    The Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife will be conducting a two evening snowmobile safety course at Boothbay Region Adult Ed on Dec. 2 and 4, 6-9 p.m.

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  • Wine tasting at Eventide’s Early Bird event

    After the morning shopping spree at Saturday’s Early Bird sales event, stop by Eventide’s wine tasting event from 12 to 3 p.m.

    Early Bird is all about great bargains, but at Boothbay Harbor’s Eventide, many of the bargains are edible.

    During the store’s Early Bird event, there will be 20 percent off purchases over $100; 15 percent off purchases between $50-100; and 10 percent off purchases under $50.

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  • Local teachers speak at national convention

    Anne Atwell-McLeod and Nancie Atwell will be speaking at the The National Council of Teachers of English’s annual 2014 Convention in Washington, D.C., Nov. 20-23.

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  • Boothbay/Boothbay Harbor

    Help shape the future of the Boothbay region

    The Boothbay/Boothbay Harbor joint Economic Development Committee has been meeting for the past two months. The committee has been discussing the best way for the two towns to work together and pave the way for a bright economic future for both towns.

    At the group’s Monday, Nov. 17 meeting, the members decided that they are ready to begin the next phase of their plan: opening up the group to members of the public and private sectors.

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  • Wiscasset woman seeks donations for animal shelter meals

    Linda Campbell of Wiscasset is looking for the remaining fixings she needs to make a Thanksgiving stew for the animals at Lincoln County Animal Shelter in Edgecomb and Coastal Humane Society in Brunswick.

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  • Boothbay Region Lions Club Column: Cookies needed, Santa's arrival and more

    The furnace is done! Although it was a bit chilly in the clubhouse initially, the new furnace kicked in to warm things up quickly. The 30 members who attended last Wednesday’s meeting helped as well. Once again the kitchen crew did an outstanding job with ham, mashed potatoes, green beans, chocolate cake and ice cream. You could hear members talking about what a great meal it was all night.

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  • Mary’s Musings

    School snow days on their way out?

    If it snows on occasion where you live, you’re familiar with snow days when school is canceled due to dangerous driving conditions.

    Most students are ecstatic when they awaken to learn from their parents or a radio/TV announcement that they don’t have to go to school. They immediately make plans to enjoy their day off, but there can be a down side.

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  • Plein Air Painters of Maine show

    Mother Nature captured en plein air

    PAPME show 2014 in Boothbay Harbor

    The annual Plein Air Painters of Maine (PAPME) show now being exhibited through Nov. 25 at the Boothbay Region Art Foundation is a collection of over 100 works. Within this collection, you will experience the colors, beauty and the energy of nature, from Maine to Italy, preserved on canvas as the artists experienced it.

    The opening reception for the show, held on Nov. 14, drew a large gathering comprised of art lovers and featured artists.

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Johnson thanks voters

    Dear Editor:

    Thank you, voters.

    I am honored to continue as your State Senator from Lincoln County. It is a responsibility I take seriously, and will work hard to serve the people and communities of the district well. Thank you for placing your trust in me to represent you in Augusta.

  • Get ready for the Gingerbread Spectacular

    It’s time to get baking! The holiday tradition of baking and decorating little gingerbread houses has morphed into something much larger in Boothbay Harbor.

    Each December the town’s historic Opera House plays host to the Gingerbread Spectacular, a weekend long exhibit of gingerbread houses and castles and cabins and camps, both large and small, created by novice and near-professional bakers.

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  • Bath Savings alerts local residents to phone phishing scam

    On Tuesday, Nov. 19 local residents reported fraudulent robo-calls claiming to be from Bath Savings Institution. The calls said the recipient’s bank debit card was locked and asked for account information. This follows similar phishing scams at other area banks.

    Bath Savings advises that if you get such a call, do not share any info, or call back. If you did share information, notify Bath Savings immediately by calling 1-800-447-4559.

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  • Ashton Nickerson weds Eric Rego

    Ashton A. Nickerson and Eric D. Rego were married Saturday, August 2, 2014 at the Congregational Church of Boothbay Harbor with the Rev. Sarah Foulger officiating.

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