For people of a certain age, late night horror hosts were fun, fearsome faces on their television screens once a week. And for the protagonist of “Doctor Cerberus,” a contemporary play being produced by the Penobscot Theatre Company that opens Oct. 22, those midnight movies introduced… Read More
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    This year, Castine resident Katie Frothingham has noticed many more little details as she hikes Blue Hill Mountain and other trails on the Peninsula. The way the light changes every few hundred feet, depending on tree cover and elevation. The way a fallen tree trunk creaks… Read More
    Joshua Deveau, 12, of Orono; Nathan Daneman, 10, of Charleston; and Autumn Daneman, 8, of Charleston, students in the Bangor area Classical Conversations homeschool community recently capped months of study by correctly reciting hundreds of facts from a multitude of subjects as part of the Classical Conversations Memory… Read More
    Maine military cadets are excelling across the country. The following is a short summary of the advancements and honors earned recently by Maine cadets: — Kaylee Bellavance of Passadumkeag has been accepted into the Gary I. Gordon Division of the United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps. Read More
    One reason I became a pet photographer was the deep feeling of appreciation and love that I had for my own pets. As a pet parent, my furkids bring me happiness and worry, love and uncertainty. My husband and I try to do everything we can for our… Read More
    ORONO — Whether we’re building roads, repairing bridges, erecting buildings, upgrading rail lines, constructing ports, designing mechanical or technical products, or replacing antiquated water and sewer systems, it all starts with engineers. In the United States, trillions of dollars in infrastructure improvements alone are looming. In… Read More
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    HERMON — A popular luncheonette frequented by area residents last summer has brought its delicious and affordable fare to a prime location on Route 2. Roxy’s Café & Creamery opened next to Danforth’s Supermarket in Danforth’s Plaza on March 3, according to owner Amy Porter. People… Read More