Articles by: Savannah Judge

Great Maine Outdoor Weekend offers over 125 events

Great Maine Outdoor Weekend offers over 125 events

The Great Maine Outdoor Weekend is nothing short of just that: great. On the weekend of Sept. 26 through Sept. 28, people took to the sea, lakes and trails of Maine to get outdoors and learn from experts about Maine’s environment. This year marked the sixth annual Great Maine Outdoor Weekend, which is a series of events put on by […]

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New Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram Poll: As Nov. 4 approaches, race for Gov. tightens

A new poll commissioned by the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram shows that the gubernatorial race has tightened between Democratic U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud and incumbent Republican Gov. Paul LePage, with Independent Eliot Cutler still behind. The University of New Hampshire Survey Center conducted the poll by surveying 482 likely voters over the phone from Sept. 18 to 25. The […]

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Athanus sisters reflect on 38 years of business

For Tanya and Brenda Athanus, what started out as a plan to spend one more college summer on the Belgrade Lakes flourished into a business that has now been around for 38 years. The Athanus sisters co-own The Green Spot, located on Kennedy Memorial Drive in Oakland. The yellow and green building is hard to miss. The store features good […]

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Climate change hits home

A statistic recently approved by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) says that the Gulf of Maine is warming faster than 99 percent of the world’s oceans. Scientists calculated this figure based on satellite data. The Gulf of Maine encompasses inshore and offshore waters from Cape Cod, Massachusetts to southern Nova Scotia and includes some of the most productive […]

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Council candidate connected to rally

This year’s race for Waterville City Council received some unexpected publicity that started with a group of picketers and ended on YouTube. On Tuesday, Sept. 2, the Morning Sentinel reported on a small rally at the intersection of Main and Elm Streets by Post Office Square that began on Monday, Sept. 1. Picketers distributed fliers and held printed signs with […]

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