CAMDEN — For the third year in a row, clients and friends of Knox County Homeless Coalition marveled at lobsters, star fish, and other wonders of Penobscot Bay on an excursion aboard the lobster boat M/V Lively Lady.
BELFAST - Fresh off their critically-acclaimed production of Cabaret, Midcoast Actors' Studio continues its groundbreaking 2018 season with auditions for The Crucible, Wednesday, August 22, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Troy Howard Middle School in Belfast.
ROCKLAND — Silent (American Sign Language) Social Hour, which takes place weekly at the Rockland Public Library, hosted and facilitated by Jesse Ellis, has changed its meeting day and time to Thursday evenings at 6:45.
ROCKLAND — Friends of Rockland Public Library, Rockland Public Library and Bartlett Woods Retirement Community will present a talk by astrophotographer Mike Taylor on Thursday, August 30 at 6:30 p.m. in the Library's Community Room.
Foundation honors Worthington Scholar Class of 2018
On August 10, recipients of the Worthington Scholarship gathered at the Samoset Resort for the third annual Send-off Dinner. Beverly and David Worthington, founders of the scholarship foundation, hosted the event.
On Thursday, Aug. 16 at approximately 9:49 a.m., Lincoln County sheriff’s deputies responded to a reported rollover involving a loaded fish bait truck on U.S. Route 1 near Mexicali Blues. The fish truck, a 2004 International box truck owned by Purse Line Inc.
MIDCOAST— High-speed electric vehicle charging stations are popping up all over Maine. Following a national trend, Maine businesses and municipalities are installing EV stations as a convenience to electric car drivers.
ROCKLAND – Along with the daily 500 passenger limit set for the peak summer seasons, cruise ships carrying 3,000 passengers or fewer will now be allowed to set anchor in Rockland Harbor during September and October annually, with no more than six ships total during those months.
ROCKPORT — The School Board of Five Town CSD has appointed David Watts as its new director of Adult and Community Education. The award-winning Five Town program has a state-wide reputation for quality education.