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  • Published
    May 28, 2021

    Brunswick teen replacing Richmond church floor for Eagle Scout project

    When it came time to decide on an Eagle Scout service project, Joe Valliere knew immediately which organization he wanted to help. “The basis for every Eagle Scout project is it has to benefit your community. Giving back to the Church seemed like a great idea because they have sponsored my troop and hosted our […]

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    February 23, 2021

    Richmond native named Service Person of the Month

    Culinary Specialist 2nd Class Kieleyanne Chaisson, a native of Richmond, who serves as assistant leading petty officer of the base Religious Ministries Department, was recognized for her extensive community service.

  • Published
    February 12, 2021

    Maine Catholic schools celebrate 100 days of in-person learning

    “The efforts and dedication of our school communities have been lauded by not only the church, but by the wider community,” said Marianne Pelletier, superintendent of Maine Catholic schools.

  • Published
    September 29, 2020

    Brunswick aerospace company sets date for rocket launch

    BlueShift Aerospace hopes the Oct. 21 launch of the 540-pound Stardust 1.0 will strengthen Maine’s place in the growing industry.

  • Published
    September 29, 2020

    Brunswick aerospace company sets date for rocket launch

    BRUNSWICK — Brunswick-based bluShift Aerospace plans to launch its 20-foot rocket from the former Loring Commerce Centre in October. The company hopes that the launch will serve as a springboard into building the aerospace industry in Maine. Based out of Brunswick Landing — the site of the former Brunswick Naval Air Station — bluShift is […]

  • Published
    August 21, 2020

    Maine-made film to benefit mental health nonprofit

    BATH — This fall, young Maine filmmakers will produce a full-length film to benefit a local health organization. The film, “Suffocation,” will center on characters that struggle with depression, loss and anxiety. While it will focus on these elements, it will also include a theme of hope. Director and writer Cody Curtis, a Bath resident who […]

  • Published
    August 7, 2020

    Maine Catholic Schools release reopening plan

    PORTLAND — Maine’s Catholic schools will open for in-school learning for the 2020-21 school year with a full day schedule, five days a week. A virtual learning option will also be available to families not yet comfortable with sending their children to school. “Classrooms and facilities have been and continue to be modified to comply […]

  • Published
    May 29, 2020

    Maine Catholic parishes offer restricted indoor Masses starting June 1

    All public Masses were temporarily suspended on March 18 due to the outbreak of the pandemic.

  • Published
    May 8, 2020

    Some Maine Catholic churches host parking lot Masses

    LEWISTON/AUBURN — “This is the first time I’ve preached to cars. It’s rather odd I have to say.” The words of the Rev. Seamus Griesbach’s homily fell upon a parking lot full of parishioners listening from their cars to the Mass, celebrated before them on outdoor staging on Sunday, May 3. “Do you beep when […]

  • Published
    April 17, 2020

    Maine Catholic schools will use remote learning through rest of school year

    “This is obviously a difficult recommendation to accept but, as always, the safety of everyone in our school communities is our primary concern,” said Marianne Pelletier, superintendent of Maine Catholic Schools.

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