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Motorcycle riders and clubs from several parts of the state will all come together to Ride For Kids' Sake Sunday, June 23 to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mid-Maine. Comment?
Beautiful 2 bedroom home with simple plans for expanding to 4 bedrooms with 1 car garage; Plus 2nd income property over a separate 2 car garage; brings in $675 plus utilities, 2.1 acres, garden spot, 3 season sunporch, fireplace. Comment?
Born in Camden Dec. 20, 1934, he was the son of Walter Leroy and Josephine Alice Milliken. Comment?
Year-round home w/large waterfront lot directly across the street. Nice views from the new deck. Comment?
"Please, Be Seated!", the third annual showcase of original benches and chairs, began dotting Belfast's sidewalks and parks on June 9. Handcrafted by artists and artisans, they represent the wide range of creative talent that gives Belfast its charm and variety, in addition to providing wonderful seating options throughout town. Comment?
Mt. Kenya Vision Weavers are a group of women working together in a self-help project. Comment?
These one of a kind sweet hand spun elephants make great gifts! To purchase them you may either stop in at Aina Moja in Belfast Maine OR order online at www.ainamoja. Comment?
One of the best views on the coast, it's a two-story, two-bath,12 room, year-round home with 100 feet of oceanfront, a classic wrap-around porch that blends into a unique curved deck perfect for entertaining. Comment?
Extraordinary Maine estate w/120 acres & over 3500' of shore frontage with southeastern exposure. Comment?
Our Town Belfast is hard at work getting ready for the 5th Annual Belfast Street Party. Comment?
All proceeds of office equipment benefit HABITAT FOR HUMANITY) doors, windows building supplies, dining room sets, NASCAR race movies, records, buttons, costume jewelry, craft supplies...you name it we probably have it....we buy out house contents so always changing. Comment?
AVS students have been going on a lot of great field trips the past few weeks. There have been visits with Hope Elephants, Sweet Tree Art Center in Hope, Fort Western, the National Guard base in Gardiner, New Harbor for the Puffin cruise, Boothbay Aquarium, and more! What a great opportunity for our kids to get to go on these trips! The Jeff Pert ... (more) Comment?
On Thursday, June 27 at 6:30pm in the Belfast Free Library , nutritionist John Bagnulo will share information about some of the world's healthiest populations and their very distinct diets. Comment?
Midcoast a cappella vocal ensemble VoXX: Voice of Twenty welcomes the arrival of summer with its annual concerts in June and July. Comment?
Applications are available at The Commons at Tall Pines 34 Martin Lane Belfast, ME 04915. Comment?
Waldo County General Hospital's Journey to Health program will again this summer be sponsoring sea kayaking for beginners. Comment?
Sarah is a member of the Kamba tribe. The Kamba are well known for their ability to carve wood. Comment?
The Busline League middle school baseball and softball finalists are set, with all four division championships having been played in recent days; however, the overall championship celebrations will have to wait an extra day due to the continued rainy wrath of Mother Nature. Comment?
On Tuesday, May 14, Loyal Biscuit Co. and Trackside Station teamed together to host their 5th "Pints for Paws" fundraiser to benefit the Pope Memorial Humane Society of Knox County. Comment?
Judith Linda McMahon died on Sunday, June 2, in her home in Swanville with birds singing their evening songs and the poplar leaves rustling. Comment?