April 20, 2017 RSS feed / Community News

Therapist to speak about book at McArthur

Kennebunk therapist and author Kingsley Gallup will discuss strategies for personal change and growth when she reads from her book, “Project Personal Freedom” 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 26 at the McArthur Library in Biddeford.  More...

Spiritual retreat will focus on freedom

“True freedom, identifying the voice of God … and following it,” with Michele DeSimone, is a retreat to be held May 5-7 at Marie Joseph Spiritual Center in Biddeford.  More...

Food bank gets boost

PR Management Corporation, a franchisee of Panera bread, presented $25,000 to Good Shepherd Food Bank as part of its Feeding America initiative. The money raised through the initiative will help provide hunger relief to people throughout the state. More...

Democratic legislators to meet in Biddeford for town hall forum

Democratic Members of Biddeford’s delegation to the Legislature will hold a town hall forum to discuss their proposed biennial budget, called the Opportunity Agenda, from 6 to 8 p.m. More...

OOB senior receives Principal’s Award

Carolyn Graves, a senior at Old Orchard Beach High School, was selected to receive the 2017 MPA Principal’s Award, Regional School Unit 23 Superintendent of Schools and Old Orchard Beach High School Principal John Suttie announced. More...

Bike center part of incubator program

The Community Bicycle Center in Biddeford was selected as one of eight programs across the state to participate in the Emanuel & Pauline A. More...

Be aware of new scam about unclaimed property

New scams, promising to return unclaimed property for a fee, are targeting Maine residents through unofficial websites and notices in the mail.  State Treasurer Terry Hayes is warning residents to be wary of these websites and to be cautious of More...

Out of the park

Saco Little League Sponsor Frank Galos Chevrolet, in conjunction with Chevy Youth Baseball, has again provided the league with a cash donation and equipment. More...