Events

Infertility: Where to get your questions answered

Infertility: Where to get your questions answered

After ten years of trying, Anne Belden finally gave birth to a son in the early 1990s. Six years later, she and her husband John adopted a daughter.

Today, there are a lot more treatment options for infertility than Anne had 30 years ago, and success rates for conceiving are much higher. Thanks to the Internet, there is also a wider support network and better opportunities to access the latest information. Something else that is different is more women are waiting longer to start their families, which increases their risk of infertility problems. Read more.

Bark For Life: More than just a walk in the park

Bark For Life: More than just a walk in the park

Julz Poirier invites all dog owners in Greater Portland who have been touched by cancer to join her and Bella, her beloved dalmatian, for Bark For Life — a spin-off of Relay For Life, an annual American Cancer Society fundraiser. Read more.

MSSM Science Bowl team will be representing Maine at the National Competition in Washington, DC

MSSM Science Bowl team will be representing Maine at the National Competition in Washington, DC

MSSM Science Bowl team will be representing Maine at the National Competition in Washington, DC, April 25-29.

1940'S - A WALK BACK IN TIME - FALMOUTH LOCATIONS

Clarke Family Benefit

There will be a benefit for the Clarke family, who lost their home due to fire during the Blizzard "Nemo" on Sunday, March 3 at Club 302 in Windham from 1:00pm until 5:00pm.  A donation at the front door gets you a doorprize ticket.  Entertainment by Randy Judkins, characcter Comedian and Magician, music by Flamin' Raymin' & Sizzlin' Suzzin'.; silent auction and raffles and face painting.  Donations may also be made at TD Bank - The Clarke Family Fire Fund. 

The Invisible War

The Invisible War