Sports

  • BELFAST — On Tuesday January 30, 6:30 p.m. at the Belfast Free Library Tim Seymour and Daniel Quintanilla will show a film about their 100-mile August 2016 traverse of Wyoming's Wind River Mountain Range. There will be a question-and-answer session after the film presentation.

  • BELFAST — On Tuesday January 30, 6:30 p.m. at the Belfast Free Library Tim Seymour and Daniel Quintanilla will show a film about their 100-mile August 2016 traverse of Wyoming's Wind River Mountain Range. There will be a question-and-answer session after the film presentation.

  • Warning: Rain and warm temperatures late last week deteriorated ice conditions

    Game wardens are urging anyone accessing Maine’s lake and ponds to exercise extreme caution. Following yesterday’s rescue of three people from Long Pond in Southwest Harbor, at least nine more people reported breaking through thin ice on snowmobiles in the last 24-hour period. 

  • Midcoast Athletics

    The Medomak Riverhawks went 2-2 in competition against Oceanside in middle school basketball Thursday, Jan. 18. 

  • Midcoast Athletics

    ROCKPORT — Both the Camden Hills boys and girls varsity basketball teams were in action against Hampden Academy Thursday night at home in Rockport. 

  • ROCKLAND – Look for City-authorized public skating at Rockland’s Chickawaukie Lake before the end of winter, according to Rockland City Manager Tom Luttrell. Public Works has been given the go-ahead to clear the ice for use as an outdoor rink.

  • Winterfest Week returns to Camden for another celebration of ice and snow frolics indoors and out. Winterfest Week kicks off with the Community Ice Carving on February 3 and culminates in the Toboggan Nationals on February 9, 10, and 11.

  • Midcoast Athletics

    THORNDIKE and PITTSFIELD — The Medomak Valley wrestling team went 1-1 in a Jan. 10 wrestling meet hosted by Mount View before going 2-2 in a Jan. 15 meet hosted by Maine Central Institute. 

  • Midcoast Athletics

    Due to weather conditions, several Midcoast athletic events scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 17 have been moved to new dates. 

  • If you fall through the ice, you should not attempt to climb out immediately. Instead, kick to the surface and get horizontal in the water. Once horizontal, try to slide forward onto the ice. When you get out of the water, avoid standing near the broken ice.

  • BELFAST — Farms are often the largest remaining blocks of undeveloped land in Maine's coastal communities, and they often contain significant wildlife habitat. But development pressure in coastal communities is the highest in the state, and farmland and marsh habitat are disappearing rapidly.

  • Midcoast Athletics

    WALDOBORO — Both the Medomak Valley High School basketball schedule and the Medomak Middle School basketball schedule have undergone changes, according to athletic director Matt Lash. 

  • Midcoast Athletics

    RUMFORD — The first alpine and nordic ski meet for the Camden Snow Bowl middle school race team is in the books as the team competed at Rumford’s Black Mountain Monday, Jan. 15. 

  • Varsity Basketball Playoff Watch

    The halfway point of the high school basketball season has come and gone for the nine Midcoast schools and the playoff watch is on as some teams hope to climb to a better seeding, while others hope to sneak their way into the playoffs. 

  • National Football League

    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Despite the New England Patriots still in the run for a Super Bowl appearance, reports have surfaced indicating the Patriots will be losing coordinators on both sides of the ball this off-season.