PORTLAND- The Armillary Sphere, which marks the trailhead of the Eastern Promenade on Commercial Street, has been restored thanks to efforts of the Portland Rotary Club. The Armillary was gifted to the City of Portland from the Portland Rotary Club and Portland Trails in 2001 to commemorate the… Read More
    WINTER HARBOR– Littlefield Gallery was named Best Gallery in Down East magazine’s annual “Best of Maine” issue. From shopping to eating to playing outdoors, Down East readers and editors selected their statewide favorites this year and Littlefield Gallery made the list of winners for the second consecutive year. The Readers’… Read More
    CARMEL– RSU 87  is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all children without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the… Read More
    Orono High School, Orono  Fourth quarter honor roll Grade 12, high honors:  Benjamin Allan-Rahill, Benjamin Amar, Thomas Bowie, Beatrice Candiani, Kellen Doyle, Rachel Harrell, Michelle Haverlock, Jessica Hayden, Samuel Holt, Emily Innis, Grace Lee, Anthony Manev, Gabrielle Marquis, Cole May, Amanda Meade,… Read More
    FORT KENT– Joseph Bard, Director of Facilities at Northern Maine Medical Center (NMMC), announced that Dean Lavoie is the second employee in his department this year to successfully complete the requirements for licensure as a boiler operator. To obtain a High Pressure Boiler Operating Engineer license, applicants must… Read More
    FORT KENT–Northern Maine Medical Center (NMMC) announced the Scholarship Committee’s selection for the 2018 scholarship recipients. Megan Roy and Jessica Russell, both from the Madawaska High School, each received a scholarship in the amount of $1,000. Both are graduating seniors who plan to pursue a career in a… Read More