BAR HARBOR — Be at the scene of the crime, the Jesup Memorial Library on Friday, Oct. 27 and Saturday, Oct. 28 for murder, mayhem and more as part of the third annual Murder by the Book, a mystery festival for readers and writers. Tess Gerritsen, whose 12th… Read More
    BLUE HILL—Workshops on political poetry and preserving memories, as well as kids’ activities and a panel discussion on children’s and young adult literature, will be among the offerings at Word, the literary arts festival debuting in Blue Hill October 20-22. All will be at Blue Hill Public Library. Read More
    Wayfinder Schools will host a Fall Open House this Thursday, October 12, from 4-6pm at their Camden Campus on 79 Washington Street. Stop by for homemade apple crisp, warm apple cider and other fall treats. Hear program updates from staff, meet Passages students and recent grads, and enter… Read More
    BAR HARBOR — More than 150 people from around the country will gather here October 17-19 for the fall meeting of the National Park Friends Alliance. The meeting will be attended by members of friends groups, conservation organizations, and philanthropic groups, as well as by National… Read More
    (Portland, ME) – According to recently-released mid-year statistics covering January 1-June 30, 2017, Maine’s credit unions had robust growth during the period in all measurement categories including membership, lending, assets and savings.  When compared with the same period a year ago, the growth was even more substantial, according… Read More
      In early September 2017, the Dirigo Montessori School (DMS) began the academic year at its new location on 25 Guptil Farm Road in Ellsworth. The attached photograph shows the children in front of their newly constructed playground. Mr. Steve Elliot of New Land Nursery &… Read More
      Next-to-skin clothing delivers comfort and relief to people in need after record-setting hurricanes in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico – Kennebunk, ME — (October 9, 2017) Ramblers Way, the sustainable clothing company dedicated to making clothes in America, is donating nearly 5,000 items… Read More
    The League of Women Voters of Maine welcomes its newest chapter in the Midcoast Area. Members include men and women, those new to the League and many with a long history of League participation. As the League approaches its 100th anniversary in 2020, the League of Women… Read More
    Fort Kent ~ According to the Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids, Maine is faced with discouraging statistics. Seven hundred kids in Maine become new daily smokers each year. Smoking kills more people than alcohol, AIDS, car crashes, illegal drugs, murders, and suicides combined — and thousands more die… Read More
    FORT KENT — The Commission on Membership and Member Services for the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) recently conferred the prestigious status of Fellow to Dr. Silwana Sidorczuk. The Degree of Fellow recognizes AAFP members who have distinguished themselves among their colleagues,… Read More
    Balanced Body Studio is holding a nine-week session of Yamuna® Body Rolling and Foot Fitness starting Monday, October 16. Marianna Moll, a Certified Yamuna® Practitioner who has trained for many years to teach this cutting-edge fitness practice. “This practice will make you leaner, longer… Read More
    Be at the scene of the crime, the Jesup Memorial Library on Friday, Oct. 27 and Saturday, Oct. 28 for murder, mayhem and more as part of the third annual Murder by the Book, a mystery festival for readers and writers. Tess Gerritsen, whose 12th book in her… Read More
    Bill Varney, CEO of Premium Choice Broadband and Andy Hinkley, President of Cornerstone Communications d/b/a MaineStream Internet, have announced the acquisition of Cornerstone and their interest in North Country Broadband by Premium Choice Broadband. … Read More