Wednesday Feb 12
The Harbor Times Soup
River Arts calls for - Innerscape'
River Arts, a nonprofit art center on Route 1, invites Maine artists to submit work for the upcoming "Innerscape" juried exhibition.
D.A. makes statement on fatal Port Clyde crash
District Attorney Geoffrey Rushlau said there is not enough evidence at this time to prosecute a New York woman, who was driving the vehicle that struck a building, cars, killed a child and injured three others in Port Clyde.
Monhegan Residency seeks applicants
"Thanks to the generous support of individual donors, the Quimby Family Foundation, and the Horizon Foundation, we are again able to support three residencies this year," said Susan Danly, chairman of the board of directors.
Bangor Daily News
Driver in fatal Port Clyde crash will not be charged with any crime
The driver of a car that plowed into people waiting for a ferry to Monhegan nearly six months ago - killing a young boy and injuring three others - will not be charged with any crime.
Love Your Library Silent Auction under way in Waldoboro
Time to shed the winter blues and cabin fever and visit the library where more than100 items are available for bidding from Jan. 30-Feb 15 at the library's annual silent auction.This year there is an option to bid anonymously for those who wish to do so.