The Maine Small Business Development Centers (Maine SBDC), a statewide program that helps entrepreneurs to start and grow their businesses, is pleased to announce its annual results. In 2017, certified business advisers across Maine provided no-cost business advising to 1,400 entrepreneurs which helped clients to: Save and… Read More
    Hermon High School Second quarter honor roll Grade 12, high honors: Jordan Bishop, Austin Ebersole, Tyler Hawes, Andrew Howes, Evan McCoy, James Petersen, Joshua Peterson, Lauren Plissey, Hannah Robichaud, Cameron Verrill, Katelyn Walsh; honors: Alexandria Allain, Emily Austin, Jessica Azevedo, Jayda Bailey, McKenna Baker,… Read More
    Penquis Valley School, Milo Second quarter honor roll Grade 12, high honors: Adam Stetson; honors: Faith Brown, Kelsey Robinson, Caleb Russell, Denali Smith. Grade 11, high honors: Katelyn Bolstridge, Camryn Rolfe; honors: Amanda Godwin, Jeremy Martin, Emily Monahan, Cymeria Robshaw, Faith… Read More
    Morse High School, Bath Second quarter honor roll Grade 12, high honors: Connor Bennoch, Christina Bowman, Caiden Fraser, Alexander Gates, Elias Goodrich, Antonina Keyes, Sarah Meyer-Waldo, Abigail Minott, Paul Ouellette, Leah Totman; honors: Micailah Albertson, Moriah Albertson, Chelsea Baker, Brandon Barone, Margaret Chipman, Jordan Douglas, Ethan… Read More
      PORTLAND — Creative works from Maine art students will be on display during the month of March at the Portland Museum of Art . This multi-media exhibition, sponsored by Maine Art Education Association, highlights Youth Art Month, a national celebration sponsored by the Council… Read More
    ROCKLAND — Dream Local Digital, a national online marketing agency, announced three internal promotions that will position the company for continued growth. Sierra Hayes, a Washington, D. C., resident, , was named Senior Project Manager. Sierra, who joined Dream Local Digital in July… Read More
    BAR HARBOR — More than 75 Native American artists and performers from 35 Nations across the United States and Canada will attend the inaugural Abbe Museum Indian Market (AMIM) on May 18-20,  in downtown Bar Harbor. The event will also include a fashion show, film festival, storytelling, dancing,… Read More
    DOVER-FOXCROFT — Leslie Lizotte Aging and Disability Resource Center Specialist from the Eastern Area Agency on Aging, will hold a Medicare 101 class 10 a.m.-noon Wednesday, Feb. 21, in Dover-Foxcroft at the Piscataquis County Office, 163 East Main St. Read More
    THOMASTON– In late January, several Trekkers Alumni met with members of the Trekkers staff to discuss Alumni involvement with the organization. This was the first meeting of a new initiative focused on ways to actively engage alumni with Trekkers.  This initial Alumni Engagement Committee meeting included Program Manager… Read More
    BANGOR — Bangor cheerleaders took the state championship title Saturday, Feb. 10, at Cross Insurance Center. In this photo contributed by Liv Heanssler, celebrating cheerleaders are (from left): Kenzie Crichton, Sammy McNaughton, Olivia Heanssler and Hope Ouellette. Read More
    Penobscot/Piscataquis/Hancock County Olympics is hosting the annual area Winter Games this coming Monday and Tuesday, February 12 and 13. Final events on Monday will take places from 9a to approx. 11a at Sawyer Arena in Bangor.  Athletes will compete in speed skating during that time and awards will… Read More