Sanford Mainer Anthony Ciavarella shakes hands with kids from a nearby summer camp at a meet-and-greet before the game Monday night at Goodall Park.
‘For the love of the game’: Sanford Mainers develop summer baseball family with volunteer-based franchise
Concrete is put down near the intersection of Main Street and Lincoln Street on Tuesday in Bangor.
Downtown construction, lane closures are precursors of big changes in Bangor
A recent aerial view of Fort Allen Park, on the southern tip of Portland's Eastern Promenade, shows the roadway and pedestrian paths that have been restored to their original dimensions.
‘This is a sacred landscape’: $1.4 million restoration of Portland’s Fort Allen Park nears completion
Canada geese goslings.
Birds abound: Canada geese for Canada Day
Pre-K teacher Crystal Folsom gets a hug from first-graders on the last day of school in Monticello.
Due to shrinking funding, Monticello’s Wellington School’s out forever
From the stage of Balsam Valley Amphitheater, you can see  reserved seats and a grassy hillside where thousands more can sit and watch. The estimated capacity is about 16,000.
Down East amphitheater to premiere new venue with country music star
Titus O'Neil climbed back into the ring during his match against R-Truth as part of WWE Live in Bangor Saturday at the Cross Insurance Center.
WWE wrestlers lay the smack down at Cross Insurance Center
The Rev. Seamus Greisbach has been named director of vocations by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Portland.
Bishop assigns ‘committed and driven’ priest to reverse declining number of Catholic clergy in Maine
Herb Smith sits at the helm of the schooner Eastwind in Boothbay Harbor on Wednesday. He built the schooner -- his sixth -- and launched it in Belfast in 1999.
Schooner Eastwind charts familial course in Boothbay Harbor
Laura Buenrostro (right) and Shawnna Young listen to speeches during the Bangor Pride Festival on Saturday.
Bangor’s Pride comes out in parade, weekend festival
Roni Lepore (right) shows the sign for steep edge Friday afternoon in front of the River Drivers Restaurant in Millinocket. Roger Poulin, a deaf and blind man from Washington, (left) and Lepore finished hiking the Appalachian Trail together on Tuesday.
‘Go out and really adventure’: Blind, deaf Winthrop native completes Appalachian Trail hike
Scarborough High School's Ben Greenberg was awarded the Dr. John W. Winkin Award Friday during a brief ceremony at the Winkin Complex on the Husson University campus.
Scarborough senior receives state’s Mr. Baseball award
Idexx Laboratories President and CEO Jonathan Ayers, left, greets Gov. Paul LePage at the unveiling of the company's recent $35 million expansion that will accommodate 300 employees.
Idexx unveils $35 million expansion, calls it ‘finest work environment in the state’
A statue of Joshua Chamberlain stands sentinel near an entrance to Bowdoin College in Brunswick on Thursday, where he served as president. Chamberlain died 100 years ago of a wound he received 50 years earlier in Petersburg, Virginia. History buff Dean Clegg is raising money for a marker to placed near the spot where he was wounded.
Maine native seeks to place historical marker at Virginia site where Joshua Chamberlain was shot
Diners enjoy lunch at the Inn of Acadia's Voyageur Lounge, where traditional Acadian food is given an upbeat and gourmet twist.
Former Madawaska convent transformed into boutique inn to provide local flavor, St. John Valley experience
Blacksmith tools sit in the Blacksmith Shop Museum Tuesday in Dover-Foxcroft. The museum added a new blacksmith demo shop where visitors will be able to see how blacksmithing used to be done.
Blacksmith demo shop opens in Dover-Foxcroft
Teresa Ostler was the keynote speaker at the 20th Maine Child Welfare Conference held at the Wells Conference Center at the University of Maine. She addressed the audience on the topic of "Assessing Parenting Risk in Individuals with Major Mental Illness."
‘Something just wasn’t right’: Child welfare conference focuses on recognizing signs of mentally ill parents
Decades of art at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts; $2 million grant helps it continue
Phil Gaven, owner of the Honey Exchange and beekeeper, opens the top to one his hives to extract the queen bee for sale.
Bee-killing pesticides found in 51 percent of “bee-friendly” plants in garden centers throughout U.S., Canada
Replicas of the Nina (left) and Pinta docked in Camden Harbor on Tuesday. They are maintained as a traveling museum to show people what life was like aboard ship during Christopher Columbus' expedition to America in 1492. They will remain in Camden until the July 1.
Hello, Columbus: Replicas of explorer’s sailing vessels dock at Camden Harbor
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