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14 min ago | Herald Gazette
The warm, enticing sounds of Steelin' Thunder Steel Drum Band will be featured at PMHSKC's 5th Annual Tropical Getaway Dance on Saturday, March 22 from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. at Rockland's American Legion Post One.
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14 min ago | Bangor Daily News
The evening's festivities will feature the convivial sounds of Steelin' Thunder Steel Drum Band, an outstanding local group, plus a 50/50 raffle, baked refreshments, and a cash bar.
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The thirteenth annual Baby Fair selling new and used items for infants and young children will be held on Saturday, April 5, from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Troy Howard Middle School, 175 Lincolnville Avenue, Belfast.
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Homes of Revival Worship is now meeting out of Midcoast Christian Fellowship at 21 Patterson Hill Road in Belfast, according to Pastor Laurie Hall.
8 hrs ago | Republican Journal
The city of Belfast seeks to gauge the level of interest in continuing its housing rehabilitation program, which was funded in 2011 with a $300,000 Community Development Block Grant Housing Assistance Grant.
The vacancy on the Lincolnville Central School Committee hasn't yet been filled.
Just two weeks before the spring equinox, temperatures around the state dipped as low as 19 degrees below zero Wednesday - and the long, cold winter is starting to take a toll, psychological and otherwise, on weather-weary Mainers.
Rehearsals are underway for Belfast Maskers-Cold Comfort Theater's production of John Pielmeier's riveting drama "Agnes of God," the story of a young Catholic novice who is suspected of murder and the battle between her Mother Superior and a cynical psychiatrist to find the truth.
Fourteen years ago, the Belfast skateboard community finally found a home when the Eric R. Overlock Skatepark was constructed in a corner of the Washington Street parking lot.
Bennett Konesni will give a presentation titled Worksongs: The Art of Playful Labor Tuesday, March 18, at 6:30 p.m. at Belfast Free Library, 106 High St. The Tuesday Talk program is free and open to all; for more information, call the library at 338-3884, ext.
The Teen Challenge Choir from Augusta will share stories of recovery from addictions through testimony and music Sunday, March 16, at 10:30 am at the United Methodist Church, 23 Mill Lane.
HeartSong is a community-based volunteer chorus that offers songs of comfort and peace for the infirm and ill, the dying, their families and caregivers.
Police are hoping that a new anonymous tip line might help teenagers reach out for help when they believe a friend or a classmate is doing something dangerous.
John Cashman Jr., 30, of Belfast, violating condition of release, refusing to submit to arrest or detention, disorderly conduct, offensive words, gestures, 24 hours in jail; disorderly conduct, loud unreasonable noise, dismissed.
Once again, Troy Howard Middle School students are exhibiting their work at the Belfast Co-op, 123 High St. This year, the Ecology Team chose fruits and vegetable as the theme.