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An Easter egg hunt for the Penobscot community children was held at the South Penobscot Baptist church on April 15.

Photo by Monique Labbe

Thursday, April 20, 2017

‘Education first’ motto sparks school board member involvement

Penobscot —

Fred Briehl has been an educator for most of his life. Now retired, the 88-year-old is still actively involved in education by way of the Penobscot School Board.

Briehl ...

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Penobscot youth celebrate Easter

Thursday, April 13, 2017

A Penobscot greeting
A Penobscot greeting

Exploring food in film and literature

Castine —

Food and dining scenes are used by many authors and filmmakers, but what do those things mean to the larger story in film and literature? That is something Harry Kaiserian ...

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Susan Collins to address Class of 2017 at Maine Maritime Academy

Penobscot resident recounts lifetime of adventures

Monday, April 10, 2017

Waterfront moorings in Castine
Waterfront moorings in Castine

Merchants association absorbs CED responsibilities

Castine —

With the Castine Merchants Association continuing to grow in numbers, it has been decided that the association will take over responsibilities formerly handled by the Community and Economic Development Committee, ...

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Proposed changes to waterfront ordinance aired at hearing

Union 93 moves forward with new IEP system