ACADIA ON MY MIND
    Benefits for Acadia National Park visitors this summer season: Hulls Cove Visitor Center reopens after $1.2M remodel; new colorful carriage road map names carriage road bridges and loop options; Island Explorer kicks off its 21st year of service today with 21 new propane-powered buses; and Route 3 one-way detour in Bar Harbor ends. A round-up of news you can use as you make plans for your next visit. Read More
    PULSE MARKETING INSIGHTS
    Off-page search engine optimization (SEO) plays a huge role in your website’s potential to be “discovered” online. The more relevant, authoritative inbound links you have on other websites, the higher your page will rank with Google and other search engines. Read More
    OFFUGO...
    In this edition: 1) Join in a great gravel grinder bike ride in New Canada. 2) Walk or run for the health of it in Fort Kent. 3) Run or walk in one of The County’s oldest road races in Caribou. Plus lots more!… Read More
    FRANCO-AMERICAN NEWS AND CULTURE
    NEW BRUNSWICK, Canada–  Although historians can disagree about who initiated the original order to deport the Acadians during the 1755, le grand dérangement, the fact is, the French settlements in Nova Scotia had precedence over the English, who forcibly evacuated them. It was a time of… Read More
    GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
    The Maine Wildlife Park in Gray is an amazing place. Operated by the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, they have dozens of wild animals, including moose, deer, and bears, along with fishers, bobcats, owls, and turtles, and lots more. Read More
    CATCHING HEALTH
    When a community decides to work together to ensure that its older citizens have the resources they need to continue living in their own homes it can benefit people of all ages. Take a look at some of the things happening in Saco, Maine. Read More
    SUMMER IN MAINE: KIDS, CAMPS, COMMUNITY
    Across the state, young adults and their mentors are gathering at scores of youth camps for annual staff training. As they anticipate the arrival of campers in the coming days, these staff members are building community and learning skills for engaging with, supporting, and teaching the campers who… Read More
    GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
    Here’s the latest legislative report from Maine Conservation Voters. What an incredible legislative session we’ve had so far this year! And it’s been such a great success because of dedicated conservation voters like you who have… Read More
    RESEARCH SHOWS
    This article, by Amy Blackstone of the University of Maine, was originally published on the Bangor Daily News opinion page on June 18, 2019. Abortion-rights supporters march Thursday, May 30, 2019, in St. Louis. A St. Louis judge heard an hour of arguments… Read More
    RESEARCH SHOWS
    This article, by Amy Blackstone of the University of Maine, was originally published on the Bangor Daily News opinion page on June 18, 2019. Abortion-rights supporters march Thursday, May 30, 2019, in St. Louis. A St. Louis judge heard an hour of arguments… Read More
    JEFF SOLARI'S SPORTS CHOWDAH
    What a season it was for the Boston Bruins. And now fans can meet and greet two former Bruins in Bangor. The Maine JR Black Bears, in conjunction with the Bruins Alumni and the Sports Chowdah, are happy to host Andrew Raycroft and Al IaFrate as part of… Read More