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The Bath City Council, in response to efforts by a Bangor-based business owner to open a strip club at the location of the current Riverside Pub, has voted 6 to 2 to support a 180-day moratorium ordinance on adult entertainment in the city. Comment?
The building that is currently home to Midcoast Center for Higher Education, known locally as the old hospital formerly operated by Midcoast Health, has been sold by the City of Bath to Bob Smith after being on the market for just a short time. Comment?
On April 6, a group of 10 teams from Bath and Boothbay middle and high schools met at the Bath YMCA and raced submarines. Comment?
Fields for our Future, a group trying to replace the natural turf at McMann Field in Bath with artificial turf, is just $52,000 shy of its $562,000 fundraising goal. Comment?
For the seventh year running, "So You Think You Know Bath" brought a night of fun and friendly competition to the city of Bath in the name of charity. Comment?
The discovery of a Meth lab in Bath marks the second found in the midcoast this year, and the fourth found in the state in 2013. Comment?
The storefronts of lower Front Street in Bath have been scrambled quite a bit in the last few weeks, thanks to a shifting of businesses in the available retail space and the addition of a new toy store. Comment?
A number of Bath residents plan to hold a public meeting on Feb. 21 to discuss Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, often referred to as "Citizens United," the landmark 2010 Supreme Court decision that granted corporations the right to use unlimited and undisclosed amounts of funds in public elections. Comment?
Maine Maritime Museum has announced that six 120-foot tall "masts" representing the masts of the schooner Wyoming , the largest wooden sailing ship ever built in the United States, will be erected this spring, joining bow and stern structures currently in place on the Museum campus. Comment?
Lisa-Marie's Made In Maine in Bath just got a swarm of business, thanks to a "cash mob" on Jan. Comment?
The final chapter of the City of Bath's trolley "Emma" will soon be coming to a close, but a new one will begin elsewhere. Comment?
The Bath City Council voted unanimously in their first meeting of the year to grant an amusement license to Front Street Public House, a new restaurant and bar that has opened in the former location of the controversial Black Barnacle on Front Street in Bath. Comment?
A pair of substantial snowstorms hit the area this week, leaving behind over a foot of snow and a substantial mess for crews to clean up in the first larger snow events of the season. Comment?
The Bath City Clock, located in the steeple of the First Baptist Church of Bath, 851 Washington St., has been a familiar site for residents of the city since the structure was first installed on June 8, 1855. Comment?
The Homeless Persons' Memorial Day Commemoration, which took place on Dec. 21, was initially organized by the National Coalition for the Homeless 23 years ago, has been observed by Tedford Housing for at least a decade. Comment?
Regional School District 1 has seen a bit of controversy in recent months over the funding formulas the district uses and how costs are distributed between the five municipalities that make it up: Arrowsic, Woolwich, Bath, West Bath, and Phippsburg. Comment?
The Bath City Council has approved the application for a liquor license at the former location of the Black Barnacle, which closed in late September of this year. Comment?
The Plant Home in Bath can begin the process of expanding its living spaces, now that officials have signed a contract with architect Stan Gawron. Comment?