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A Taste of the Valley / Eye on Industry
Alternative Fuels / Feature Story
Ice Time / College Sports
Leaders at Camp / Talk of The Towns
Monuments and Memorials / Feature Story
The Beauty of Maine's Wilderness / Piece of Maine: Millinocket
The average price per gallon of gas today is $2.43 higher than it was two decades ago. Rising prices, along with new technology, are changing the way we fuel our cars in the 21st century.
Statues and plaques commemorating people and historical places are all around us, sometimes hidden in plain view. We take a look at some of these hidden and not-so-hidden treasures from Camden to Presque Isle.
Millinocket is located in one of the most beautiful spots in the state. Gateway to the Maine woods, Millinocket has extensive four season outdoor activities and a prolific art scene. More importantly, Millinocket is a community that works together to overcome challenges and preserve their bond with the area.
The meals we eat on a daily basis may help to prevent cancer.
If gluten is wrong, then I don’t want to be right.
If you live in Aroostook County and love sports, then you probably recognize Rene Cloukey. He trades his camera and microphone for kitchen utensils to share a recipe that is a sure-fire winner.
Chef Phil Crispo traveled the world before setting down in Camden at the Norumbega Inn.
If you’ve never tried a ploye, now is the time. And Bouchard Family Farms in Fort Kent makes it easy with their ready-made mixes.
Gita Pullapilly and Aron Gaudet immortalized the troop greeters in Maine with their film, The Way We Get By, and in the process jumpstarted a successful filmmaking career.
Stephanie Smith, a star athlete at Foxcroft Academy in the 1980s, returns home to lead the Ponies to victory on the field hockey field.
The University of Maine women’s ice hockey team ended last year on a high note. This season is picking up right where the Lady Bears left off—with success.
Having candidate confusion? AARP Maine is asking the questions seniors need to know.
I witnessed first hand the underbelly of the wind energy machine, and how they intimidate ordinance committee members and manipulate small towns strapped for money.
It appears that everyone is tired. And their answer is caffeine.
Kamryn Commeau, Charleston, 5th grader and volunteer.
Belfast Chamber After Hours - Join your fellow business people and community members for the monthly Chambe... Read more
Sergeant CATHERINE RUMSEY, public information officer for the Bangor Police Department, has been promoted to Lieutenant. Rumsey has been ... Read More
Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate/The Masiello Group in Ellsworth hired four new employees. MEGHAN BIRDSALL and AURORA HILTON have bee... Read More
CHAD PLACE has been appointed assistant vice president, commercial banking officer for Camden National Bank, servicing the communities of... Read More
CHARLES RUDELITCH has been named executive director of the Sunrise County Economic Council, located in Machias. Rudelitch previously work... Read More
CHARLIE WHITE joined Camden Financial Consultants as the financial consultant, serving the midcoast region. He has more than 10 years of ... Read More
CORNELIUS “CONNIE” RUSSELL has been chosen to serve as a director for The First Bancorp. Russell is the general manager of th... Read More
DANIEL JOHNSON, Ph.D. has been named executive director of Acadia Family Center, based in Southwest Harbor. The nonprofit provides educat... Read More
EASTERN MAINE DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION has been awarded a $20,000 grant from the Betterment Fund that will support the newly formed Easter... Read More
The international Human Genome Organization (HUGO) will present its top award to the president and CEO of The Jackson Laboratory, EDISON ... Read More
FRIGHT AT THE FORT, the annual Friends of Fort Knox Halloween fundraiser, was recognized with an award at the Maine Governor’s Conf... Read More
The Jackson Laboratory hired JESSICA NOONAN as director of talent acquisition. A national member of the Society of Human Resources Manage... Read More
JUDY CLUKEY joined the board of Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Mid-Maine. She is the lab director at MaineGeneral Health and has been a mem... Read More
LEE ROSSIGNOL joined Varney Agency in Bangor as director of sales. He brings 26 years of sales experience, with 13 years of sales team ma... Read More
LORI ROMING of the Unity Foundation has joined the board of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mid-Maine. Roming has been volunteering with the ... Read More
LYNN W. BEASLEY has been appointed interim chief executive officer at Penobscot Valley Hospital in Lincoln. Beasley has nearly 30 years o... Read More
MARCUS J. BARRESI, partner at Barresi Financial in Bangor, recently earned New England Financial’s Leaders level of recognition. Th... Read More
MONICA TOLMAN has been promoted to senior vice president, loan production manager for Camden National Bank. Her career at Camden National... Read More
Skowhegan Savings Bank appointed RICHARD ST. PIERRE as senior vice president and chief financial officer. He joins the bank with 25... Read More
ROBERT C. ALLEN, senior vice president of wealth management at UBS Financial Services in Bangor, has been named on Barron’s Top 1,2... Read More
SARAH SMILEY of Bangor has been honored with the American Legion Auxiliary’s Public Spirit Award for the awareness she has brought ... Read More
Senator SUSAN COLLINS has been named to ELLE Magazine’s Washington’s 2014 Power List, which names the 10 most powerful women ... Read More
SUSAN OSTERTAG, MD, joined the medical staff of Penobscot Community Health Care’s Community Care and Geriatrics. Prior to joining P... Read More
The Bucksport Bay Area Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 annual awards were bestowed to the following businesses and individuals. CARRIER&... Read More
The CITY OF BELFAST and the BELFAST WATER DISTRICT have been awarded a $1.9 million grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administrati... Read More
The COLLEGE OF THE ATLANTIC received a $200,000 grant from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations as funding for Renewable Energy Demonstrat... Read More
THE JACKSON LABORATORY in Bar Harbor earned a four-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent charity evalua... Read More
TOM JUREWITZ has been appointed pharmacy director for Pen Bay Medical Center. He has a breadth of health care experience in hospital phar... Read More
The TOWN OF SURRY, in partnership with WESMAC CUSTOM BOATS, received a $300,000 grant through the state of Maine’s Community Develo... Read More
Bangor, Greenville, & Rockport: Four high schools in the... Read More
Kudos to The Nite Show
Bangor: The Nite Show with Danny Cashman, Maine’s only... Read More
Music for All
Blue Hill: Music lovers have a new reason to celebrate, than... Read More
Leaders at Camp
Mount Desert Island: Camp Beech Cliff, a nonprofit summer da... Read More
Senior Group Keeps Growing
Old Town, Orono, & Veazie: Gateway Seniors Without Walls... Read More
Cooks Get in the Game
Statewide: Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife... Read More