According to CentralMaine.com, the L.C. Bates Museum at Good Will-Hinckley has received a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities for their preservation efforts.
This isn't the L.C. Bates Museums' first grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The...
Summer is wrapping up, and the 2021/2022 school is only a few weeks away. School supply lists are already circulating, and most parents are getting ready to make those purchases.
According to News Center Maine, Verizon Wireless-Zone wants to give back to several local Maine communities...
Typically students that attended one of Maine's many public schools would be required to pay for their breakfast, snacks, and lunch. Families who cannot afford school meals can receive meals for a reduced rate or even no cost.
During the height of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the federal government made all school meals available to all students regardless of income during the 2020/2021 schoo
Looking for something educational and fun for the whole family to do this Summer?
According to the SunJournal, there is a new cell phone application that is fun and educational. Oh, and did I mention that two Mainers invented it?
That's right, Story Trails of Maine was created by two Farmington residents and former owners of Farmington Underground Escape Room, Joe Musumeci, and Mary Ellms.
I wish more people would consider those around them and the struggles each person may individually face. If everyone gave a little more and took a little less, this world would be a better place.
One 11-year-old Maine boy did just that. He thought more about those around him than himself, and honestly, it's a breath of fresh air...