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Lois A. (Nichols) Smiley, obituary

WAYLAND, Massachusetts — Lois A. (Nichols) Smiley, 95, died peacefully on May 12, 2022 with her family around her, following a period of declining health. She was born on November 17, 1926, in Rockland, Maine to Benjamin H. Nichols and Avis (Partridge) Nichols. Lois is survived by her children...
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Rockland home listed on Craigslist for $1

ROCKLAND, Maine — These days, a lot of people are talking about the housing market. High demand and low inventory are sending prices sky high. But what if you could buy a house for just $1? In Rockland, you can. One home is currently listed on Craigslist currently for $1... but the waterfront property it sits on is not included.
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Communities in Maine, New Jersey grieve tragic loss of Levi Caverly of Union

UNION, Maine (WABI) - Hurt and shock are very real. Those are the words of a Union father grieving with his family over the loss of their son, 18-year-old Levi Caverly.We’re learning more about the tragic accident earlier this week when he died on a beach in New Jersey from some of the community members who live there.

Barbara R. Post, service and obituary

A celebration of life for Barbara R. Post who died November 27, 2021 will be held Tuesday, May 31, 2022, at 2 p.m., at Burpee, Carpenter & Hutchins Funeral Home, 110 Limerock Street, Rockland. To share a memory or condolence with Barb’s family, please visit their Book of Memories at...

Arthur Herbert Ifemey, obituary

CUSHING — Arthur Herbert Ifemey, beloved husband, father, and brother, passed away peacefully, Tuesday, May 10, 2022 at the age of 80. Art Ifemey became the co-owner of the popular Ifemey’s Diner, sharing the role with his mother, Beverly, after the passing of his father, Tink. He held the role as head chef there until the property was sold. He was well known in the community, providing first job opportunities for many young people in town. Oftentimes, people in need would come to the restaurant and were fed without hesitation. Art was a good man.

Belfast artists sharing their love of glassblowing

BELFAST — Glassblowing is an art form unlike any other. Lately, the city of Belfast has seen multiple glassblowing artists take steps to share their passion with others in the community. David Jacobson, co-founder of the Waterfall Arts Glassworks Studio, came to Belfast from Montville to give fellow glassblowing...

Medomak 7th softball sweeps doubleheader against Nobleboro, Troy Howard

WALDOBORO — The Medomak seventh grade middle school softball team emerged victorious with two wins Saturday, May 21 participating in a doubleheader against Nobleboro and Troy Howard. Medomak 19, Nobleboro 14. The Saturday morning doubleheader for the Riverhawks began with a thrilling contest despite the fog and cold that...

Maine State Police Looking For Man Who Led Them On Chase

According to a press release from the Maine Department of Public Safety, the Maine State Police are looking for a 33 year old man from Jay who allegedly led them on a high speed chase through several Maine towns on Friday night. The press release explains that at about 10...

The New Hampshire Home So Extravagant That Even a Realtor Called It Their Dream Home

Editor's note: This article was written by a Townsquare Media Northern New England contributor and may contain the individual's views, opinions or personal experiences. Rarely do you think of a realtor as someone with a dream home of their own -- in fact, it's easy to assume that their "dream home" is the next one they can sell in order to keep food on the table for their family.

Registration and tryouts set for Pen Bay Soccer Club

APPLETON — Registration for Pen Bay Soccer Club’s fall season is now open. The U.S. Youth Soccer Association/Soccer Maine league is for players in the Midcoast from Knox, Waldo, and Lincoln counties who wish to travel within the state each weekend for games against other Maine club teams.

‘Like catching a unicorn,’ Hampden man reels in rare fish

HAMPDEN, Maine (WABI) - It’s like catching a unicorn. That’s how a Hampden man described his haul on a recent fishing expedition. Last Friday Michael Treworgy was fishing for Tarpon in Florida. After an unlucky start to the day - they were running low on bait. That’s around...

New RSU 22 superintendent chosen

Hampden- RSU 22 has a new superintendent. Nicholas Raymond has been chosen to replace Regan Nickels who announced her departure last month. Raymond is a graduate of Bucksport High School and began his career as a high school math teacher in then SAD 22 in 2003. Raymond will take over...