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Register For Augusta's Fort Western Summer Programs
Just as the grip of the pandemic appears to be loosening, some things are starting to return to normal. With kids getting out of school for the summer soon it's great to hear that Fort Western Living History Museum in Augusta is begining to register children and teens for one of it's summe…
Destination Fort Popham - Georgetown, Maine
I’m sure many of you have been to Popham Beach State Park. Perhaps some of you may have even traveled a little bit further down to Fort Popham. The fort was built during the Civil War but neither the beach nor the fort tell the story of the original settlement...
Bristol Mills Introduces a New Fish Ladder
Fish ladders are nothing new. They’ve been around for centuries. And they all serve the same purpose - to get migrating fish over it and around a barrier. These fish are on their way to spawn, ensuring their survival.
Around Maine there are several examples of these architectural marv…
Augusta Court Statue May Return To Donor
According to a story by centralmaine.com, the donated statue of Melville Fuller, a United States Supreme Court Chief Justice, who was born in Augusta in 1833 will most likely return to the man that donated it to Kennebec County Courthouse in 2013...
Check Out This Unique Sculpture Preserve In Cushing Maine
If you happen to be driving through Cushing, Maine you may notice an unusual sight. There’s actually a Trojan horse on the side of the road. A very large Trojan horse. Welcome to the Langlais Sculpture Preserve.
You can see the Trojan horse along with many other larger than life sculp…

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