As the Land Use Regulation Commission begins its deliberations next week on Plum Creek Timber Co.’s development plan for the Moosehead Lake area, three big questions should guide their consideration: Is the proposed development appropriate for the region? Is it in the right places? Is it appropriately offset by conservation?
MEDWAY — To Dawn York, the Penobscot River is one of Medway’s most underused as-sets. That’s why the Medway Community Association will hold Medway Rivah Days start-ing today and ending Saturday night at the Roy Powers Rec-reational Area off Route 157. The free event will revive briefly for the dedication of the newly rebuilt Route […]
ELLSWORTH — An Ellsworth man died Thursday afternoon in a motorcycle acci-dent on Route 1A.
According to a report from the Ellsworth Police Depart-ment, Kristopher Jordan, 34, was traveling …
LEE — The communities of SAD 30 will remain among the approximately 25 towns of the proposed Regional School Unit 17, school officials said Thurs-day.
The SAD 30 board of direc-tors unanimously …
GLENBURN — Two men with criminal records and a female accomplice were caught red handed Wednesday leaving an abandoned Hudson Road house with a load of stolen cop-per, according to police.
PITTSFIELD — As part of Maine Central Institute’s Homecoming Weekend events, a community cookout has been planned to give SAD 53 friends, parents and residents a chance to welcome the school’s …
DEXTER — Hoping to avert a court trial, the Dexter Utility District and the Dexter Town Council met with a mediator Tuesday in an attempt to settle a dispute about the location and future use of an …
BANGOR, Maine — Every time Bangor Community Theater appears to be down for the count, it rises like a phoenix from its own ashes, according to a longtime member.
BANGOR, Maine — With the Hogan Road extension project about to begin, the city is gearing up to take another step toward improving traffic patterns in the busy Bangor Mall area.
Once completed, …
BREWER, Maine — A steel beam that once provided structural support for the World Trade Center in New York City soon will be on permanent loan to the city and will be displayed at the new public safety building.
ORONO , Maine – The University of Maine women’s soccer team appeared headed for its fifth tie in its sixth consecutive overtime game Thursday.
The Bangor High School football team faces a major challenge Friday night.
ORONO, Maine — Ryan Canary didn’t started playing football until his freshman year at Point Pleasant (N.J.) High School.
I’ve had this math problem for the last three years now.
For a while I let it go, believing it was just my problem — much like the problem I had the first time I took college calculus.
HERMON, Maine— The Ellsworth girls soccer team flew out to a fast start Thursday evening, scoring two goals in the first 32 minutes, cruising from there to a 4-1 Class B victory over Hermon at the high school field.
TRENTON, Maine — While it may be politics as usual on the national scene, the local race for state Senate in District 28 took a different turn with an announcement from Democratic incumbent Dennis Damon this week that he will forgo most fundraising activity in his campaign.
BLUE HILL, Maine — Blue Hill Memorial Hospital is completing preparations that will link it electronically with other hospitals in the Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems.
CALAIS, Maine — The number of doctors needed to meet the needs of patients in Maine hospitals is shrinking and Calais Regional Hospital, like other hospitals, faces a doctor shortage.
WASHINGTON — Maine agencies this week received federal grants that are designed to help prevent drunken driving, improve highway safety and reduce the number of DNA samples awaiting analysis at the state police crime laboratory.