For 29 years, volunteer program leaders in Maine have recognized their highly dedicated volunteers by having their names added to the Governor’s Awards for Service and Volunteerism’s annual Volunteer Roll of Honor. The individuals listed below devoted between 500 and 2,500 documented hours to service last year. To… Read More
    Ellsworth High School Second quarter honor roll Grade 12, highest honors: Christina Allen, Carli Carter, Anna Kreitzer, Kyle Lima, Dylan Paul, Haley Sattler, and Alec Toothaker; high honors: Morgan Barkhouse, Mariah Brown, Juliana Burch, Milton Carter, Julie Clements, Paxton Colley, Hannah Craig, Mitchell… Read More
    UNITY, Maine — The 33rd annual Unity College Spring 5K Road Race will be held Saturday, April 18, on Unity College campus. The course, which starts from the Unity College gymnasium, winds its way through the village of Unity. Typically 75-80 runners and walkers participate… Read More
    ORONO, Maine — A free screening and discussion of the film “An American Dream” will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 17, at the Franco American Centre in Crossland Hall, University of Maine. The film is about people of French Canadian heritage in the United States. Filmwriter and star… Read More
    BLUE HILL, Maine — A contradance will be held with live music by All Comers Band at 7 p.m., then Jam Boise at 8 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 31, at Emlen Hall, Bay School, in Blue Hill. All dances taught. Read More
    BerryDunn is pleased to announce that Seth Webber, principal and head of the firm’s Valuation Group, has earned the prestigious Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA®) designation.Recipients of the CFA charter have successfully completed the CFA Program, which includes a… Read More
    Although Thanksgiving meals in my house are very traditional with root crops, turkey, stuffing, homemade cranberry sauce, creamed onions and a salad, I have one signature dish that guests often remark on and remember — my banana coconut cream pie. Every aspect of it is homemade with fresh… Read More
    The season of costumes and candy is here: Halloween! Who are you going to be this year? Are you choosing frightening or furry, scary or sweet? Let’s see your costume! Perhaps your house glows eerily in the night, or your yard sends chills across… Read More
    Hunting has long been a tradition in Maine. With its vast woodlands and its pioneering history, Maine has attracted sports from near and far to harvest its bounty in the fall. Deer, moose, duck, geese, pheasant, woodcock, grouse and bear are some of the animals that lure hunters… Read More
    Army Sgt. Jessica C. Brennan participated in the Army Warrior Games Trials  the U.S. Military Academy, West Point, N.Y., and was selected to compete in the 2014 Warrior Games Sept. 28 through Oct. 4 at the U.S. Olympic Training Center and U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo. Read More
    HERMON, Maine — The Hermon Bicentennial Sizzler Fun Day Event held Aug. 9 was kicked off with a pancake breakfast by Hermon Masons. The breakfast was followed by the beginning of many activities, including softball, arts and crafts at Ecotat, and Hermon High School 5K. Read More
    BOSTON, Mass., MANCHESTER and PORTSMOUTH, N.H., and PORTLAND, Maine — Baker Newman Noyes, one of the nation’s top 125 accounting and consulting firms, recently shared news of promotions and a new hire across its four offices. New hire: Reid Butler, CPA, MSA, of North Conway, New… Read More
    Houlton Regional Hospital To Stephanie Stamper and Craig Grover, Houlton, a son, Camren Jace Grover, on June 3, 2014. To Tara and Mark Phillips, Houlton, a son, Oliver Grant Phillips, on June 4, 2014. To Travis and Ebony Milton, Hodgdon, a daughter,… Read More
    NEWPORT — Police Chief Leonard Macdaid has announced the promotion of longtime Newport  Officer David Wintle to the rank of sergeant. Wintle, 45, of Newburgh, has worked for Newport Police Department for 18 years, and has an exemplary work record, according to the chief. Read More