Unity Town News

By Sonia Antunes | Dec 15, 2013




I was driving home from work last week and it was snowing / freezing rain. Roads were terrible and I was behind about a dozen cars or so; I was the last in line. Someone came up behind me driving fast and erratically and suddenly, they pulled into the snow laden breakdown lane, sped up and passed me on the right nearly hitting my car and then cut me off. Then swerved into the other lane and sped off, passing all the cars in front of me, right through a major intersection. It scared the bejeezus out of me! I placed a call to the police and they said I was the second person to have called on that license plate.  A couple of nights later, an officer called me to get a statement from me and to say they had found the driver, He shared that they had to bring the driver to the hospital because the person didn’t seem of sound mind. While much couldn't be divulged at the moment, I do know that the driver referred to 2 friends in the backseat, but the driver was alone in the car.  Not cool.




Unity College will be closed from December 24 - January 1


Unity Pond Pottery

Friday December 19 - 23

Christmas 20% Off Sale December 13 - 23. www.unitypondpottery.com


Unity Union Church

Saturday December 21

Service of the Longest Night 4 pm.


Unity Union Church

Sunday December 22 at 10 am

Children's Christmas Pageant.


Unity Union Church

Tuesday December 24 at 6 pm

Christmas Eve Service with Lessons and Carols, Mitten Tree, and Candle Light Service. at Unity Union Church on Depot St.

JUST OUTSIDE YOUR WORLD - (items of possible interest)


Bangor Band Holiday Concert

Sunday, December 15 at 7pm

At the Cross Insurance Center. Free Admission (donations welcome). Bring your kids for a special visit from Santa Claus! Sponsored by H.O. Bouchard. Visit www.bangorband.org for more info.


Flannel Shirt Fund Contradance

Friday, December 20 at 8pm

Watts Hall, Main St (Route 1), Thomaston. Music by Perpetual e-Motion with caller Chrissy Fowler of Belfast Flying Shoes. The Flannel Shirt Fund gives grants to school groups for gardens so kids can grow their own food, harvest, cook and eat it. The fund is a tribute to Joel Cartwright, 1984-2008, enthusiastic organic gardener and contradancer. Admission by donation ($20 per person minimum).


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