At the helm

The British Canal, dug as a part of British defenses in 1779, as seen on September 7, 2015.

Photo by Tevlin Schuetz

Monday, October 5, 2015

New citizen organization to aid Penobscot town leaders

Penobscot —

A group of town residents gathered in the community room of the South Penobscot Baptist Church on Saturday, September 19, in the first meeting of a new organization: the People’s ...

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Statewide school test results questionable

Adams School begins year with 17 new students

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Burke Billings
Burke Billings

Artist inspired by area connection

Penobscot —

“This is all learning,” Lloyd Burke Billings said, looking at an untitled sculptural piece of his own creation.

Billings has lived a rich life that has informed his art ...

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Castine Arts Association seeks to expand programming

School Union 93 in search of new curriculum coordinator

Monday, September 28, 2015

Living with Lyme disease
Living with Lyme disease

Castine parking issue draws ire from downtown merchants

Castine —

A public hearing September 21 on proposed amendments to the parking ordinance drew a crowd of downtown merchants, upset over not being individually notified of the hearing and of the ...

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Lyme disease numbers may level after spike in 2014

For local farmer, Lyme disease diagnosis came late

Open selectman seat draws contested race in Castine

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Mariners win in Castine
Mariners win in Castine

Dust off your running shoes
Chris K 5K race coming up

Penobscot —

The third annual Chris K 5K race will take place on Saturday, October 3.

Registration for the One Mile Fun Run and the 5K Run/Walk, is at 9 a.m. ...

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Public invited to Early Childhood Community Summit