Archive for August, 2012
Living healthy is a lifelong goal and one that is hard to reach on your own…so a new facility is opening up to help keep people motivated, educated and on track. NewsSource 8 reporter Kelly O’Mara has the details on Live Well United. And for a complete list of classes and schedules you can check […]
One panini, two panini, three panini four…. on this weeks “Eats, Treats and Sweets,” Randi Nissenbaum is going to tell us all about a Panini store In Fort Kent! here she is!
Hundreds of state and federal contracts are available locally each year, but finding out about them and working with different government agencies can be tricky. That’s why a workshop to help navigate that tricky maze was held Wednesday at the Northern Maine Development Commission. Dick Palm stopped by to see how it all works.
An UMPI Professor has penned a thought-provoking new book on slavery for hire in antebellum America. The book will be out in October, but the author sat down with our Shawn Cunningham to discuss its relevance to American History then and now.