On the evening of Thursday, November 16 the NMCC Foundation hosted its Annual Dinner, highlighting this year’s theme, “Making Way for Greatness.”
St. Thomas Aquinas church reopened on Thursday night with a Mass of reparation led by Bishop Robert Deeley.
Small businesses in Aroostook County know they can’t compete with big-box or internet powerhouses. So they’re focusing on what makes them unique to attract holiday shoppers.
Maine’s habitat of heavy forest, especially throughout Aroostook County, has dictated the most productive styles of deer hunting since the early 1900s. Our fathers and grandfathers put much needed venison in the ice box using walk and stalk tactics.
You can complete this crossword puzzle online. Just click on the box you want to fill in and begin typing the word you think is the answer to the clue.
About 200 student wrestlers will travel from towns up to six hours away to Fort Kent for the Class B regional wrestling championship event on Feb. 2.
The Aroostook Agency on Aging used the occasion of its recent Annual Meeting and 50th anniversary to start a new tradition of recognizing employees, volunteers, partners, and supporters who embody the organization’s mission to improve the lives of older persons in the community.
An upper-level trough will move into the Maritimes today with high pressure briefly building in this afternoon. Clouds increase tonight as a warm front lifts towards the region.
On Friday, Dec. 1 from 4-8 p.m., several members of the Aroostook RSVP advisory committee and a few of the knitters who donate their talents and skills to the project, will be on hand with a large display and variety of their creations in the 260 Main St. Artists for Aging gallery.
The project is valued at $2.4 million. Pleasant Street contains numerous facilities, including Fort Kent’s elementary and high school, the University of Maine at Fort Kent, and a preschool and adult learning center.