Somerville residents agreed to expand the town’s development district and expend pandemic relief funds during their annual town meeting, held Sunday, June 26 in the Somerville Elementary School gymnasium.
As members of the South Bristol School and community watched this year’s eighth grade class launch the boats the students built during the school year, Amanda Sykes was able to take in the scene from a unique perspective.
Whitefield voters unanimously adopted a moratorium on commercial and community solar facilities during a special town meeting at the Whitefield Central Fire Station, Tuesday, June 21. Beginning immediately, the moratorium is effective for 180 days unless extended or ended early by the select board.
In what has become a near annual tradition, the South Bristol School and community turned out Thursday, June 16, to enthusiastically support the eighth grade class as the students christened two flat bottomed Yankee Tender skiffs; the fruit of the school’s celebrated collaboration with the Maine Maritime Museum.
Rainy skies faded to blue as Medomak Valley High School staff, faculty, and parents honored the class of 2022 on Wednesday, June 8.
Despite performing in over 75 plays in six different countries, acting wasn’t Teralyn Reiter’s first career choice. In fact, she never even acted during her time in grade school.
Waldoboro voters overwhelmingly approved the sale of two former school properties during their referendum annual town meeting Tuesday, June 14.
The feeling of needing to lead by example prompted Jennifer Tuminaro, of South China, to seek election to the Maine House of Representatives to represent District 62.
Palermo resident Katrina Smith hopes to attract businesses and expanding school choice in Maine as House District 62’s representative.
The arts have always drawn Damariscotta artist Ruth Monsell.
“I have no idea,” Medomak Valley High School senior Owen Weber said when asked about his focus for college. Weber will be attending Yale University in the fall.
Edgecomb residents approved 57 of the 60 warrant articles during its annual town meeting by referendum on Saturday, May 21.
It was volunteering for a state senator’s campaign that inspired Tom Moroney to seek elected office.
Rep. Holly Stover, D-Boothbay, is seeking a third term in the Maine House of Representatives.