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    Sergeant CATHERINE RUMSEY, public information officer for the Bangor Police Department, has been promoted to Lieutenant. Rumsey has been ... Read More

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    Lisa Pohlmann, executive director of the Natural Resources Council of Maine, received high distinction from the National Wildlife Federat... Read More

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    CORNELIUS “CONNIE” RUSSELL has been chosen to serve as a director for The First Bancorp. Russell is the general manager of th... Read More

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    The Jackson Laboratory hired JESSICA NOONAN as director of talent acquisition. A national member of the Society of Human Resources Manage... Read More

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    LYNN W. BEASLEY has been appointed interim chief executive officer at Penobscot Valley Hospital in Lincoln. Beasley has nearly 30 years o... Read More

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    MARCUS J. BARRESI, partner at Barresi Financial in Bangor, recently earned New England Financial’s Leaders level of recognition. Th... Read More

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    MONICA TOLMAN has been promoted to senior vice president, loan production manager for Camden National Bank. Her career at Camden National... Read More

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    Skowhegan Savings Bank appointed  RICHARD ST. PIERRE as senior vice president and chief financial officer. He joins the bank with 25... Read More

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    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

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    SARAH SMILEY of Bangor has been honored with the American Legion Auxiliary’s Public Spirit Award for the awareness she has brought ... Read More

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    Senator SUSAN COLLINS has been named to ELLE Magazine’s Washington’s 2014 Power List, which names the 10 most powerful women ... Read More

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    The Bucksport Bay Area Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 annual awards were bestowed to the following businesses and individuals. CARRIER&... Read More

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    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

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    The COLLEGE OF THE ATLANTIC received a $200,000 grant from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations as funding for Renewable Energy Demonstrat... Read More

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    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