Conductor Silas Yates leads the Castine Town Band. The musicians performed on the evening of August 1 for the Wilson Museum’s dedication of its new Education Center.

Photo by Tevlin Schuetz

Monday, August 18, 2014

Wilson Museum opens new facility

Selectmen mull over the fate of Penobscot Nursing Home
Bagaduce resident complains of left-over aquaculture gear

Penobscot —

A review of a proposed septic system plan for the Penobscot Nursing Home led selectmen to discuss the possible fate of the facility—and its storage barn—at their meeting on August ...

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Meeting to feature talk on Grindle House

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Hail, lightning cause damage, destroy local blueberry fields
Loss estimated at 100 acres

Blue Hill —

The thunderstorms that brought heavy rains to the area last week also brought damaging lightning and hail.

Localized hail ruined most of a blueberry crop on fields off ...

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Symposium gathers industry leaders to discuss lobster boat design

Historian delivers Pulliam Lecture

Monday, August 11, 2014

Aquaculture on the Bagaduce River
DMR discusses ecology, public wants to also talk policy

Penobscot —

At its second public meeting in four months on Bagaduce River aquaculture, the Department of Marine Resources focused on the science and ecology of oysters and oyster farming. However, many ...

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Number switch for Routes 166/166A seen around the bend

Castine Main Street design plans still under fire

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Castine Classic boasts vintage yachts and ‘perfect sailing conditions’

Castine —

Click the links to see the Camden Classic Awards and the results.

Click the link to see the Castine Classic Results.

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Local church expands support of social justice programs

Penobscot Nursing Home looks to convert beds to residential care, independent living

MMA education recognized as a good investment