BANGOR and PRESQUE ISLE, Maine — With a major storm forecast for Sunday night into Monday, Emera Maine is busy with efforts to ensure equipment and crews are ready throughout its service territory as difficult travel conditions are anticipated. Significant snowfall and strong winds… Read More
    Lawrence High School, Fairfield Second quarter honor roll Grade 12, high honors: Alexa Bartley, Morgan Boudreau, Kaylee Brann, Ethan Carmichael, Callie Cunningham, Brockton Dostie, Adam Fernald, Madelyn Fortin, Jaden Gray,… Read More
    ABBOT — Abbot Memorial Day parade, organized by American Legion Posts Conner-Trafton No. 119 of Guilford and Stott-Flanders No. 165 of Sangerville, 9:30 a.m. Monday, May 30, starting at the town office and ending at the veterans memorial. BANGOR — Greater Bangor Area 2016 Memorial Day… Read More
    WINTERPPORT, Maine — The Winterport Historical Association will meet at 6:30 pm on Thursday, April 14, at the Historical Association Museum, 183 Main St. The meeting will begin with a potluck and continue with a short business meeting at… Read More
    Eastern Maine Medical Center, Bangor   To Jessica and Jonathan Ingraham, Bangor, a son, Jackson John Robert Ingraham, on Jan. 21, 2016. To April and William Falkenstern, Ellsworth, a daughter, Bonnie Lynn Falkenstern, on Jan. 15,… Read More
    BANGOR, Maine — Cast members from the History Channel show Down East Dickering will hold a dinner, auction and music 7:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. Friday, Nov. 13, at Season’s Restaurant to raise money toward an Action Track Chair for Michael Kelly. Kelly has a rare genetic syndrome called the triplication… Read More
    ELLSWORTH, Maine — Lists have been made and they’ve been “checked” twice, for the 24th annual Maine Coast Memorial Hospital Poinsettia Ball. R. H. Foster and Machias Savings Bank come together to wish you a happy holiday season, wrapped up in a tartan bow.  This year’s event will… Read More
    SOUTH THOMASTON, Maine — The town honored its oldest resident Tuesday by presenting him with the ceremonial Boston Post Cane. And fittingly it went to a Post. Edgar Post, 94, was honored by selectmen at his home on Spruce Head Island. Read More
    The scarecrows are arriving in downtown Calais for this year’s Scarecrow Fest sponsored by Calais Downtown Revitalization Coalition. Local businesses, organizations, and individuals are decorating the lamp posts for a friendly competition. If you would like to vote for your favorite, stop by Boston Shoe Store and Calais… Read More
    BANGOR, Maine — Hammond Street Senior Center held its big breakfast Friday, June 12. A steady stream of customers came through the doors, partly due to the efforts of Judy Commeau, who donned a chicken suit and waved her fry pan to get people’s attention in downtown. Read More
    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