Bull Moose & Record Store Day

BULL MOOSE

Here is a list of the CD's and DVD's we'll discuss this week:

Spose/The Audacity! - CD

Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol - DVD or Blu-ray

Chris Botti - Impressions CD

For more information on Bull Moose click here: BULL MOOSE

RECORD STORE DAY

Record Store Day will take place on Saturday, April 21st. Record Store Day is a celebration of the unique culture surrounding over 700 independently owned record stores in the USA, and hundreds of similar stores internationally. More than 300 titles are being release especially for Record Store Day.

For more information click here: RECORD STORE DAY

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Main Street Bath Prepares for Citywide Yard Sale

Main Street Bath is currently seeking participants for the annual citywide yard sale to be held on Saturday, May 5, as part of its 9th annual Mayfair event.
It's the perfect time to clean out your garages and closets. If you are a Bath resident or nonprofit organization planning a yard sale, simply pay a $15 fee by April 20 and we'll place the classifieds, list your information on the promotional flyers, the event map, and on visitbath.com, and provide your sale signs and an information packet. Non-profits will be provided a space at City Park on Washington Street as well if desired.
Along with the Citywide Yard Sales, the rain-or-shine spring kickoff event will also include sidewalk sales, a big tent sale, Maypole dancing and other children’s activities, and the inaugural run of Bath's new trolley.
Contact Main Street Bath at 442-7291 to request a sign-up form, or download your form at visitbath.com.
 

ATVs stolen from Maine home mysteriously reappear

WOOLWICH, Maine (AP) - Authorities say two all-terrain vehicles and a chainsaw reported stolen from the garage at a Woolwich home last month have mysteriously shown up.

The Sagadahoc County Sheriff 's Department says the items were reported stolen on March 29.

Investigators think the vehicles were taken between 9:45 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. the previous day, while the residents were away from the home.

Then one day last week a deputy on patrol drove by and noticed that the two four-wheelers had been left in a driveway near the house.

The chainsaw was sitting atop one of the ATVs.

Police tell the Times Record they were a little dirty but otherwise fine.

No word on who the remorseful thief is.

Chicken Flock Integration - Part 3

Chicken Flock Integration - Part 3

We've done it!  The chicken family is now fully integrated with the laying flock!  The other night we moved their little coop over near the larger coop and then sort of "encouraged" them to move over to the bigger one!  They did this with a little bit of protesting but once they were safe inside the bigger coop I closed it up and removed the smaller coop entirely.  I then imediately turned off the light in the big coop so the laying hens couldn't see the chicks.  The next morning all the chickens came out of the coop without issue and were well behaved.  The next night the chicks and mom went right into the larger coop, no questions asked!  Yahoo!  We've done it! 

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Should You Delete Bad Facebook Comments?

Should You Delete Bad Facebook Comments?

Many businesses have a Facebook page that they use for marketing. Many times in the planning stages and sometimes after something unfortunate happens, businesses will need to decide their policy on bad Facebook comments.

 

 

State Trooper found guilty of molesting girl

BATH, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- The Maine state trooper who was assaulted in a courtroom on Thursday has been found guilty of molesting a juvenile girl.

A Lincoln County jury Friday found Gregory Vrooman guilty of four counts of Unlawful Sexual Contact, four counts of Unlawful Sexual Touching and four counts of assault. The district attorney says the victim was under the age of 14 when the contact began.

On Thursday, a relative of the victim attacked Vrooman inside the courtroom, punching him several times in the head before being wrestled to the ground by security officers. Vrooman was taken to the hospital for treatment of his injuries. He was released, but the D.A. says Vrooman was excused from attending today's jury verdict.

The judge and jury and everyone else actually gathered in a courtroom in Bath for the verdict, because the Wiscasset court room was still being cleaned of blood after Thursday's attack.

UMaine, Westbrook Bands to Perform at Merrill

The University of Maine Symphonic Band will share Portland’s Merrill Auditorium stage with the Westbrook High School Wind Ensemble for an April 11 concert to kick off UMaine’s Leadership Week.

The free public concert at 7 p.m. will feature the 38-member Symphonic Band performing works by Philip Sparke, Peter Mennin, E.E. Bagley, Mark Camphouse, Samuel Ward and Richard Saucedo. The band also will premiere "Do Not Go Quietly Into That Dark Night," composed by UMaine music education major Joshua Jandreau of South China, Maine. A performance of a concertino by Carl Maria von Weber will feature a clarinet solo by Ben Cox of Topsham, Maine, who is a double major in music performance and music education at UMaine.