Belfast Police beat
BELFAST — Belfast Police reported the following activity Jan. 24 - Feb. 28. An arrest or summons does not constitute a conviction, and those charged are considered innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law. Juveniles aged 17-or-younger are not named. Jan. 24. Laurie A. Harvey, 37, of...
Waldo County deed transfer
BELFAST — The following deed transfers were recorded in the Waldo County Registry of Deeds Feb. 5-9. Belfast. Shasta Terra LLC to Green Apple Farms V. LLC. John B. Turner and Nichole M. Jacques to John C. Turner Revocable Trust and Nichole M. Jacques Revocable Trust. Jo-Anne Nickerson to...
Taste the Ocean in Belfast: 4 Seafood Restaurants to Satisfy Your Cravings
This article presents an exploration of four exceptional seafood restaurants in Belfast. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these establishments? If yes, we'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below.
Juvenile allegedly threatened Rockland cop with knife
The juvenile, whose identity hasn't been released, at one point began yelling at the Rockland police officer to "shoot" them.
Letter: Use Mack Point for offshore wind port
"The choice is clear."
Business owners concerned as Route 1 construction returns to Searsport
SEARSPORT, Maine (WABI) - Route 1 construction will return to Downtown Searsport. While it promises a revitalized downtown after it’s complete, many business owners are concerned. “For the project to be starting back up, yeah, I don’t think we’re really looking forward to it, especially when we’re going into...
Belfast Nightlife Uncovered: 4 Pubs That Define the City
This article presents a tour of four distinct pubs in Belfast. Have you had the chance to visit any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your experiences in the comments section below!
Belfast’s harbor walk is still partly closed after January storms
The storms did $575,000 in damage to public property along the Belfast Harbor, including $256,455 to the planked section of the harbor walk.
Work on Route 1 in Downtown Searsport continues next week
SEARSPORT – The Maine Department of Transportation and its contracting partners are continuing work on a project to rehabilitate and reconstruct Route 1 in Downtown Searsport. On-site construction began last June. Work will resume next week. Beginning on Tuesday, March 5, southbound traffic will follow a detour that involves...
Local Events Roundup: First Fridays, Storytime, Indoor Beach Party, and More in Belfast and Waldo County
In This Issue: First Fridays with Belfast Flying Shoes, Storytime & Drawing Workshop with Anodyne book shop, Indoor Beach Party at Searsport First Congregational Church, Community Supper & Coffee Hour at Belfast, ME American Legion Post #43, Community Town Hall event with Waldo County General Hospital, Open Auditions for Everyman Repertory Theatre and so much more! This week’s cover photo comes to you from Basin Pond Outdoors in Monroe. News from the Bay & Beyond! (And Happy Birthday to all you Leap Year Babies out there! )Visit here for more details.
Bucksport's Seafood Scene: 3 Restaurants You Can't Miss
In this article, we're exploring three exceptional seafood restaurants located in Bucksport. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these establishments? If yes, we would love to hear your thoughts and experiences in the comments section below.
Presidential primary voting Tuesday, March 5
At the polls, Tuesday March 5, enrolled Democrats and Republicans will weigh in on Presidential candidates for their own parties, while unenrolled voters can make their mark on either the Democratic or the Republican Presidential Primary ballots. This year, unenrolled voters can get a Presidential Primary ballot for either political...
Weather At Your School: Edna Drinkwater School
NORTHPORT, Maine — Meteorologist Ted McInerney visited with the students in Northport at Edna Drinkwater School. This content is imported from Facebook. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.
A profound thanks to the Warren community, first responders, medical staff and citizens who came to family’s aid
Regular readers may recall Sarah Thompson’s August 19 article about an accident at the intersection of Western and Camden roads. Even if you missed the article and news of the crash, I’ve come to learn that most residents are familiar with that problematic intersection. My name is Justin...
Battle-tested Mt. View boys basketball looking for first Gold Ball since '87
THORNDIKE - The No. 7 seeded Mount View Mustangs won their first regional title since 1987 on Saturday, defeating No. 1 seed Calais in the C North final 72-38. Even with their seeding, the Mustangs played nothing but Class B schools like Oceanside and Medomak Valley in the regular season aside from just three games. For them, it provided them with a distinct advantage over their fellow Class C schools.
Everrick Malcolm Moody
LincolnHealth Miles Maternity is excited to welcome handsome baby boy, Everrick Malcolm Moody. Born on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2023 at 2:44 p.m., Everrick weighed 8 pounds, 1 ounce and was 20 1/4 inches long. He is welcomed by his proud parents, Hillary and Dylan Moody, of Jefferson, and his excited siblings, Emerson and Emmett.
Sears Island: Our Local Jewel's New Role in Offshore Wind Energy
The Mills administration has recently selected Sears Island as the preferred site for an offshore wind farm. The Maine Coast Heritage Trust (MCHT), the island's conservation easement holder, supports this initiative. They have also pledged to maintain the easement and public access to the land. The MCHT supports Governor Mills' efforts to make Maine a leader in offshore wind energy. They believe it's important to balance the needs of the local community, the environment, and Maine's residents.
PAWS welcomes new board members and the 2024 officers
CAMDEN — In January, PAWS Animal Adoption Center appointed the 2024 slate of officers to the Board of Trustees and welcomed two new board members — Debra Hall and Andrew […]
Camden Conference: An intellectual journey like no other
In its 37th year, the Camden Conference once again turned the town of Camden into a hub of international dialogue. This year’s topic: India: Rising Ambitions, Challenges at Home. The weekend-long Conference, centered in the historic Camden Opera House and live-streamed to satellite locations, including Portland, featured top minds from foreign policy, academia, and journalism.
The Little Bakery That Could Has Big Plans For Greater Bucksport Area
The folks at Sweet Cheeks Bakery on Verona Island are getting ready to celebrate their 3rd Anniversary of being in business this upcoming April 2nd. Since purchasing the 80+-year-old building, Sweet Cheeks Bakery owner, Jonathan Beal, says he and his partner (both in life and work) Michael Roy, have been working non-stop to renovate, expand, and improve their sweet little corner of town while helping those around them to prosper as well.