• BELFAST — Boy Scout Troop 35, from Searsmont, helped Belfast Bay Watershed Trail Crew lay new cedar planks to replace rotting bog bridges on the Little River Community Trail in Belfast on June 15 as a service project.   

  • ‘He has inspired many students over the years, and he is appreciated by them all’

    WALDOBORO — While Saturday, June 15 was a special day for Waldoboro residents, the day was even more special for Medomak Valley High School coach George Gould. 

    On Waldoboro Day, the AD Gray Trail was dedicated to Gould, an immensely successful cross country coach. 

  • Midcoast Athletics

    This week, 10 players and two coaches from the Midcoast will be participating in all-star baseball and softball games across the state of Maine and even one game in New Hampshire. 

    Schools sending players and coaches to the contests include Searsport, Oceanside and Medomak Valley. 

  • Midcoast Athletics

    The Midcoast Babe Ruth Baseball League was back in action across the Midcoast on Sunday, June 16. 

    Four games were on the schedule across the Midcoast. 

    Below is information from each of those games as submitted to our sports department. 

  • Midcoast Athletics

    ROCKLAND — The Rockland Golf Club hosted a three-ball championship Saturday, June 15 and Sunday, June 16. 

    Below are the results from the gathering as submitted to our sports department. 

    First Gross: Bryan Hocking, Dave McLellan Jr., Andy Arey — 132

  • High School baseball playoff scoreboard

    The varsity baseball playoffs are underway and three Midcoast teams are competing in the playoffs. 

    This is a scoreboard featuring all the scores from the playoff contests. 

  • Mountaineer and author John Bragg

    CAMDEN — The Fitz Roy area of Patagonia, once the far frontier of world alpinism, is still remote but is now a well-traveled center for climbing and trekking. However, the mountains of Patagonia outside of the Fitz Roy group remain a site of mystery and adventure.

  • New stop added

    UNION — The Union Historical Society’s annual Come Spring Bus Tour will depart from the Old Town House, in Union, Saturday, July 20, at 2 p.m. The tour is in conjunction with the annual Founder’s Day celebration.

    The tour will last 2.5 to 3 hours and wear your walking shoes.

  • ‘best player I have seen in 20 years of high school coaching’

    CHICAGO — In its 34th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company announced June 13 Kristina Kelly of Camden Hills Regional High School as its 2018-19 Gatorade Maine Girls Soccer Player of the Year.

  • ‘Our field resources are just too limited for all of the sports that we offer’

    ROCKPORT — Upgrades to the weight room at Camden Hills Regional High School has been lined up for the near future. The school may also convert Don Palmer Field to athletic turf. 

  • June 22

    ROCKLAND — The Coastal Children’s Museum in Rockland is offering reduced admission at $1 per person for their Family Day on Saturday, June 22, to celebrate their 10-year anniversary.

    The Museum is intended for children ages 18 months to 9 years old

  • Midcoast Athletics

    With the spring sports season concluded for local Midcoast schools, the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference has released its spring sports all-conference and all-academic accolades for baseball, softball, tennis, lacrosse and track and field. 

  • Midcoast Athletics

    ROCKLAND — The Ladies Association gathered at the Rockland Golf Club on Thursday, June 13 for a golf outing. 

    Below are the results from the gathering as submitted to our sports department. 

    A Flight

  • interested in water quality and healthy lakes?

    WALDO COUNTY — If you own a shoreline property or are interested in water quality and healthy lakes, join Waldo County Soil and Water Conservation District and the University of Maine Cooperative Extension for a series on caring for local lakes.

  • ROCKLAND — A summer conditioning program will be held for all male and female high school students at Oceanside, including incoming ninth graders, this summer. 

    The program, run by Nate Grade, will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. at Wasgatt Field.