The Pembroke Historical Society is offering a Summer Hands-On History program for children who are eight years old or older on each Thursday, beginning July 9th and running through August 20th from 1pm to 3pm.
The Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, Maine Audubon (MA), and the Maine Council Trout Unlimited (METU) are seeking volunteer anglers to survey remote ponds and coastal streams for brook trout this fishing season.
As Mainers head to camps, pull out their grills, and put boats in the water for the first time this season, health officials of the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention (MeCDC) have issued an advisory to raise awareness of the effects of carbon monoxide poisoning and how best to prevent it.
On Wednesday, May 20, 2015 thirty-three Calais Middle and High School Student Council members, along with a few local delegates from the SCRTC NTHS, CHS NHS, and the class of 2015, traveled to Brewer to attend the annual MASC Leadership Conference.
This year marks the 11th anniversary of the Eastport Arts Center’s popular revue, the Moose Island Follies, held as two performances, 4 and 7:30 pm, on Friday, July 3, as the city-wide Fourth of July festivities are coming to a peak.
The University of Maine at Farmington celebrated the Class of 2015 with a festive annual Commencement Ceremony today, Saturday, May 16. UMF President Kathryn A. Foster, faculty, administrators and dignitaries led the procession of 369 new graduates marching to traditional bagpipe music.
On Saturday, May 9, Saint Joseph's College held its Commencement, from its Standish campus on the shores of Sebago Lake. The College recognized the accomplishments of graduates in the on-campus programs as well as its online programs.
Only another month to the longest day light day of the year. How time does fly!! Mike sent a note saying that it was close to 80 degrees recently. After such a long winter the warmth in the air is a true blessing!