CAMDEN — The next offering in the United Midcoast Charities free educational series, Learn with UMC, for local nonprofits will be presented by the University of Southern Maine’s Data Innovation Project.
Hip hop artist known for love of community gunned down March 31
ROCKPORT – Starting May 8, Maine Coast Heritage Trust (MCHT) in collaboration with the University of Maine Cooperative Extension will host a six-month session of Kids Can Grow, a program introducing kids and parents to growing vegetables for healthy eating.
ROCKPORT – This May, Maine Coast Heritage Trust (MCHT) invites youth ages 10 to 18 to get up close and personal with the Belted Galloway calves at Aldermere Farm, a historic saltwater farm preserve located at 20 Russell Avenue in Rockport.
Wants to incorporate alternative fuels in kiln system
THOMASTON — The Maine Department of Environmental Protection is reviewing applications from Dragon Products, LLC, the cement-making plant in Thomaston, to modify licenses to allow combustion of asphalt shingles, post-consumer carpet and padding, and plastics, as alternative fuels.
Program is not need based, everyone can participate
ROCKLAND — The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) continues to be unclear about the setting of a risk reduction target while introducing new methodologies and analyses that have the potential to significantly impact the content of the TRT and ASMFC discussions and any Maine-specific plans,
ROCKPORT — If it was not for the online marketplace Poshmark, 33-year-old Rockport resident Sierra Jackson and her husband, Dana, would almost certainly have to skip buying at least some medications for their eight-year-old daughter, Lila.
AUGUSTA — Legislation by Sen. Dave Miramant, D-Camden, would ban marriage for 14 and 15-year-old children. The bill, LD 545, “An Act to Ban Child Marriage,” received a public hearing before the Legislature’s Judiciary Committee on Tuesday.
Belfast – It is the perfect time to plan ahead for all your 2019 events and conferences! The UMaine Hutchinson Center is the ideal venue for conferences, corporate retreats, business and industry trainings, professional workshops, job fairs and gala fundraising events.
BELFAST – The Belfast downtown has been a happening place and opportunities to get into storefronts on Main Street or High Street usually don’t last very long. That was the case when recent renovations to the Belfast Bay Inn produced two new storefronts.
BELFAST — A coalition of several Belfast- and Midcoast-area organizations are holding a regional job fair today, April 3, that will connect job seekers with the many area businesses that are currently looking to hire both seasonal and permanent employees.
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