ROCKLAND — Though harbor redesign plans engineered by the company Yachting Solutions have been altered slightly as a result of public feedback, the private marina is still on track for project completion in three years, according to its proponents.
AUGUSTA – Maine Conservation Voters (MCV) and Maine Conservation Alliance (MCA) have hired Kathleen Meil, of Rockport, as Director of Policy & Partnerships, and will be managing the Environmental Priorities Coalition and the Clean Energy programs, among other duties.
The small batch craft distillery will be Rhumb Line’s new neighbor
CAMDEN— The “quiet” side of the Camden harbor, the marina and boatyard owned by Lyman Morse at Wayfarer Marine, is about to bustle with more traffic this spring with the opening of Blue Barren Distillery, a small-batch craft distillery and tasting room that will sit right next to
BAR HARBOR — The Maine Seacoast Mission has announced that John Zavodny will be its new president beginning February 19, 2019. He assumes the Mission’s position following the retirement of the Reverend Scott Planting, who has served as president since 2010.
According to the Humane Society of the United States, there are approximately 70 million stray cats and dogs living in the U.S.Only about six to eight million of these animals make their way into the country’s 3,500 shelters each year.
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WALDOBORO — When Barbara Boardman and her husband, Chris Augusta, moved to Maine in 2000 they were inspired by their rich personal connections to a state where he summered as a child and she attended college.
ROCKLAND — Local manager of Bangor Savings Bank, Corey Belcher and Foundation Representative, Danielle Ahern recently presented Knox County Homeless Coalition (KCHC) with a grant to continue renovation work on a 24’ x 24’ barn on campus for use as a training and education center.
PORTLAND and ELLSWORTH—Nonprofit and public organizations seeking funding for projects that strengthen communities are encouraged to apply to Maine Community Foundation’s Community Building Grant Program.
THOMASTON—Carpenters and brewers Ethan Evangelos and Scott Bendtson built the foundation of their Searsmont brewery two years ago when they opened Thresher’s Brewing Co. in 2016. And now it’s time for a new story.
Publishers Weekly, the magazine for writers, announced its shortlist for the 2019 PW Bookstore of the Year Awards, and Rockland’s hello hello books is one of the five nominees. The awards recognize outstanding contributors to the bookselling industry.
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