BREWER – Séan McCann is a founding member of multi platinum selling folk rock outfit Great Big Sea and along with the band’s 12 studio albums (Warner Music) he has […]
The Penobscot County Conservation Association, which works to preserve outdoor heritage, has been a fixture in eastern Maine since 1938.
Jamie Emerson, who compiled a 70-26-2 record in her eight seasons at Old Town in Class B, is hoping to elevate Brewer’s program into a Class A playoff contender.
A food truck, ice cream, and a chance to see heavy machinery up close creates an atmosphere that’s fun for the whole family BREWER – Cianbro, which was recently named […]
History was made Tuesday evening at Coffin Field in Brewer as Hodgdon captured the first regional softball championship in the history of the school.
It’s a key effort in the Bangor area aimed at helping students who weren’t as eager as most of their classmates to return to full-time, in-person learning.
BREWER – The husband of a cancer patient, Stephen Cole, has found a unique way to participate in Champion the Cure Challenge and invites others that share his fishing passion […]
MILTON, Massachusetts — Curry College congratulates of who was named to the spring 2022 dean’s list: Isabel Rios-Mallett of Brewer, Jamey Satterfield of Eddington, and Taylor Tibbetts of Eddington.
Messalonskee of Oakland won 6-2 in the Class A North baseball quarterfinal victory over No. 4 Brewer on Tuesday afternoon.
Although the spending plan is higher than last year, Brewer's city’s property tax rate will fall to $21.90 for every $1,000 of property value.
The military says members of a Brewer-based Maine Guard unit owe $91,000 because the military failed to stop paying them at their higher deployment rate once they returned home.
BREWER — Tony C. McKim, president and chief executive officer of First National Bank and its parent company, The First Bancorp, has announced the appointment of James Strout as commercial […]
Organizers of the Brewer Riverwalk Festival are already planning next year’s festival after Saturday's event drew more than 500 attendees.
The Mount Desert Island Trojans have been on a winning streak since a 12-6 loss to Brewer on May 18.
Brewer is now fifth in Heal point rankings and Hampden seventh as the teams contend for home-field advantage in the playoffs.
Richard Spinney of Brewer graciously sent along his video of a great blue heron that he spotted from Red Bridge in Orrington.