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Mon, 27 Mar 2017 20:03:07 GMT

Journey's End Marina one of the largest full service marina's in Maine is currently looking to hire an experienced full time Rigger.

Local Photographer Receives High Award

Mon, 27 Mar 2017 14:58:44 GMT

On March 19, 2017 Strong photographer Alana Ranney received the prestigious "Presidents Cup" from the state of Maine Professional Photographers Association at the awards banquet held in Portland, ME. The Presidents Cup was established to recognize the talent, technical skills and abilities of Mane Photographers.

Strong opposition to mining in Maine - but it still might be allowed

Wed, 22 Mar 2017 09:34:03 GMT

"God does not come back and rebuild these mountains." That was the testimony of a Maine tribal leader, in a 6-hour public hearing by the legislature's Environment and Natural Resources Committee on mining bills.

Expected storm to bring upwards of a foot of snow to Midcoast

Mon, 13 Mar 2017 20:45:50 GMT

As of Monday, March 13, more than a foot of snow is forecast for the Midcoast Tuesday and Wednesday, March 14 and 15. With upwards of a foot of snow predicted for the Midcoast beginning Tuesday, March 14, and a Winter Storm Warning posted by the National Weather Service, some organizations and municipalities are already canceling events. "An area of low pressure moving east out of the Midwest states will merge with a secondary low pressure system off the coast of the southeast United States Monday night and into Tuesday and then track up the Eastern Seaboard Tuesday and into Wednesday.