WCCC Student Senate Polar Dip
The WCCC Student Senate Polar Dip raised $16,372.11 for Sarah’s House of Maine and the Ronald McDonald House! Credit: Tessa Ftorek.
Worcesters fined $250,000 for building cabins tied to flagpole park
The Worcesters didn't get approval to develop the land or adequately control erosion or sedimentation at the cabin site.
Free lessons on healthy lifestyles for young children
MACHIAS -- Healthy Acadia is partnering with Porter Memorial Library to offer "Eat Well, Play Hard," a free lesson series aimed at teaching healthy lifestyles to children aged 3-5 years. According to a reelase from Healthy Acadia, Eat Well, Play Hard, the series from Maine SNAP-Ed, is designed to teach...
Mount View stuns top-seeded Calais to win C North boys crown
The upstart Mustangs from Thorndike became the lowest seed across all five classes and both genders to qualify for the state finals this February.
Free screening of acclaimed documentary film ‘OUR AMERICAN FAMILY’ set for March 1 in Calais
CALAIS — Community members are invited to join Washington County Community College and Healthy Acadia on Friday, March 1 for a free screening of the acclaimed documentary “OUR AMERICAN FAMILY” […]
Free online workshop spotlights safety in places of worship
Maine (WABI) - Places of worship are typically considered sacred and therefore safe spaces. A virtual workshop later this week is designed to protect these spaces from acts of violence. “Protecting Houses of Worship” takes place this Thursday night from 6 to 9 p.m. The free, online workshop will...
Calais pulls away from Hodgdon to win C North boys semifinal
Calais, 17-3, will take on seventh seed Mount View from Thorndike, 15-6, in Saturday's 7:45 regional title game.
Healthy Acadia to offer ‘Cultivating Mindful Self-Compassion’ with special guest Kalindi Dinoffer
Healthy Acadia invites community members to join Healthy Acadia online via Zoom on Thursday, March 7 from 5 to 6 p.m., for “Cultivating Mindful Self-Compassion,” with special guest Kalindi Dinoffer. […]
Tourney '24 Day 6: You Gotta See This
BANGOR - Calais boys basketball sophomore Philip Bassett is the winner of 'You Gotta See This' for Tourney '24 Day 6. With time winding down in the second quarter against No. 5 Hodgdon, Jeremy Turner found Bassett on the baseline and he hit an athletic turnaround jumper at the horn to put the Blue Devils up 11 at the half.