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Mike Noyes, a member of the Camp CaPella board of directors, hauled in the most money at an estimated $2,000 during the camp's Polar Dip fundraiser at Phillips Lake on Sunday. This year's event brought in a record-breaking $14,000.

Camp CaPella’s Polar Dip fundraiser hauls in $14,000

This year’s Polar Dip is expected to raise more than $14,000.

Shuttered Kenduskeag school eyed for affordable senior housing

Penquis CAP proposes to build 16 units to rent to low-income seniors at the former school.

Forecast calls for freezing rain to sweep across northern Maine

Ice accumulations of up to around a tenth of an inch could lead to slick road conditions and scattered power outages across the northern part of the state.

Free webinar series highlights reduced tillage for organic farmers

Brewer pre-K and kindergarten registration set for March 3

Kindergarten registration set for Milford or Greenfield schools