FARMINGTON, Maine (AP) — Revision, revision, revision. That’s the message being delivered to elementary students by a young published author in Maine.
The author is 9-year-old Lydia Schofield of Thorndike. Lydia, who writes under the pen name Jo Jo Thoreau, says her book “Bendy Wendy” went through 75 revisions.
With 7 flavor categories of beer that you can pair, every beer has its own time and place.
For 3 Franciscan Brothers in Bucksport they’ve got it down to a science.
After Sunday, athletes in Bar Harbor have one name in mind when they think “inspiration,” and that’s Olympian Lynn Jennings.
The runner competed in the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Spain, winning bronze in the 10,000 meters.
There’s no place like home for the holidays and that includes the many furry friends in Hancock County.
The SPCA in Trenton is doing what they can to make it happen.
Many know the law enforcement motto, ‘protect and serve’.
The Bangor Police Department held true to the serving aspect of that promise Saturday. Officers were at the Bangor Walmart helping the Salvation Army collect toys and coats for local kids.
Anyone who did some holiday shopping at the Bangor Mall Saturday enjoyed some festive live music.
Bangor Symphony Youth Orchestra delivered seasonal classics like Deck the Halls, and O’ Holy Night.
“We are out of control elves with designer hats.”
That’s how Hartland resident Barbara Day describes her and her sister Shirley Humphrey.
Although Town Manager, Chris Littlefield would describe them a little different.
The Wreaths Across America convoy made its way to Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia Saturday morning.
The largest veterans parade traveled from Maine to place wreaths on every fallen soldier’s grave.
Bangor-area businesses people got together Saturday morning for the first of many Hot Stove discussions.
Members of the Bangor Region Chamber of Commerce met with state and local government officials to bring forward some of the biggest economic issues in the community.
The Tractor Supply Store in Bangor had some special visitors on Saturday, looking to help out some four-legged friends.
Brewer’s Girl Scout Junior Troop 911 was set up outside with their Christmas float selling handmade ornaments and crafts.
As wreaths were being laid down in Arlington, Virginia on Saturday as part of Wreaths Across America, people from Holden had their own ceremony.
Organizer Bonnie Clark says it’s the sixth year the town of Holden has held its wreath ceremony, honoring and remembering fallen veterans.
The company that bought the assets of a railroad responsible for a fiery derailment killed 47 people in Canada says it’s getting the business back on track.
Central Maine and Quebec Railway spent $10 million on track improvements over the summer to increase train speeds that had been lowered to 10 mph in some places because of deferred maintenance. Chief Operating Officer Ryan Ratledge says business is growing and he’s optimistic about the coming year.
One person is dead following a two car crash in Warren Friday night.
Responders say the accident happened near the intersection of Ridge Road and Old Augusta Road.
We’re told a car failed to stop at the stop sign and was struck by a pickup, driven by a man from Waldoboro.
Only 13 days until Christmas. ‘Tis the shipping season.
“It’s been very crazy. We’ve been very busy, but we expect the worst to come,” said Melissa Braley, owner of The UPS Store in Bangor.
High schoolers got their senses “buzzing” after they took part in a neuroscience competition at the University of Maine Machias.
“The idea is we want to make people aware of brain issues and how we can use that to help people who have brain disorders,” says Assistant Professor Uriah Anderson.
Lots of tax training in Bangor Friday.
Husson University hosted the 42nd Annual Frank M. Carter Tax Institute.
Accountants and tax attorneys are required to have a certain number of professional credits each.
The Somerset Woods Trustees was founded in 1927. They believe they’re the oldest land trust in the state. They own the Coburn Woods here in Skowhegan.
“So this is one of our keystone properties. It’s very important to us. We manage it for primarily for recreation and wildlife,” said Trustees president Jack Gibson.
If you’re not in the holiday spirit yet, Hinckley is the place to be.
The Good Will-Hinckley School is wrapping up its annual weeklong Festival of Trees.
This year, 23 holiday trees adorn Bishop Auditorium, decorated by local artists, students and non-profits.
Maine Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap served up a sample of the state’s culinary past in Bangor Friday.
He prepared fish balls, a vintage recipe, at the R.M. Flagg Maine Kitchen Cooking School in Bangor, as part of a promotional event for recently released cookbooks from the Maine State Archives.
Two more people have been arrested in connection with the September armed robbery of a medical marijuana grower in Winterport.
State police say Kerry Hurd, 45, of Bangor is the brother of one of the other two men involved, who have already been charged.