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  1. Who built the Brooklyn Bridge? A Disabled Engineer

    Who built the Brooklyn Bridge? Engineer John Roebling and his son, Washington, built the world’s then-longest suspension bridge in New York City back in 1870. The bridge was completed in 1883, after 13 years. In the 1860’s, a creative … Continue

  2. Coats for Maine Seniors During Freeport Sparkle Weekend 2013

    With freezing temperatures and winter weather on the way, Merrymeeting Bay Triad announced that the “Coats For Seniors” collection drive will again culminate at the L.L.Bean Flagship Store in Freeport on November 16-18, 2012, during the opening … Continue

  3. Veterans Day 2012: thanks, Vets!

    Veterans Day is approaching this weekend.  How many ways can we thank our vets? Hopefully, everyone thanked them on Tuesday by going to the polls and voting, one of our rights in a democracy that many of our … Continue

  4. Marian Robinson: FGOTUS Gets Her Wish

    We have re-elected Barack Obama as POTUS. President Obama hails Michelle Obama (FLOTUS) as his rock and guiding light. Who does Michelle hail? FGOTUS Marian Robinson. Robinson is Michelle’s mother, and the First Grandmother of the United … Continue

  5. Older Voters in Maine: older voters worry about the economy

    Elections are approaching. What do non-retired Baby Boomers worry about most? According to AARP’s recent voter poll, older voters 50+ want both candidates to spell out their plans for Social Security and Medicare in detail, and respond … Continue

  6. CHANS Hospice Partners with Theater Project

    In a special collaboration with The Theater Project, CHANS Hospice Care Program is a proud sponsor of Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl. In Eurydice, Sarah Ruhl reimagines the classic myth of Orpheus through the eyes of its heroine. … Continue

  7. Parkview Hospital and Central Maine Healthcare

    Parkview Hospital is hosting a public hearing on plans to join Central Maine Healthcare. The hearing, scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 24, from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Brunswick, will allow … Continue