Sunday, March 31, 2019

"Four In The Fog" The Maine Windjammer Project


"Four In The Fog" by Doug Mills
Historic Maine schooners American Eagle, Victory Chimes, Nathaniel Bowditch and Stephen Taber in the fog off Rockland Maine.


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Saturday, March 30, 2019

"Foggy" The Maine Windjammer Project


"Foggy" by Doug Mills
A foggy morning on Penobscot Bay.


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Friday, March 29, 2019

"In The Harbor" The Maine Windjammer Project


"In The Harbor" by Doug Mills
Maine Windjammers Angelique, Grace Bailey and Mercantile in the harbor at Camden Maine.


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Thursday, March 28, 2019

Gary Gulman & The Great Depress Comedy Tour


Plymouth, NH: Last Comic Standing finalist and Boston native Gary Gulman will perform at The Flying Monkey in Plymouth on Friday, April 5th at 7:30pm as part of “The Great Depress Tour”.  Tickets for this concert start at $25.



Gary Gulman is proving to the comic world that you don’t have to come in first to be a star performer.



Originally from Boston, Gary Gulman has been a scholarship college football player, an accountant, and a high school teacher.   Now he is one of the most popular touring comics and one of only a handful of comedians to perform on every single late-night talk show.



For those who have followed his work, Gulman was a finalist on the NBC comic show “Last Comic Standing” in both seasons two and three. Though he didn’t take home the big prize, Gulman has carved out a nice career that has seen his star power rise.



Gulman has made numerous appearances on late-night TV, and has even gotten his own Comedy Central special, “Gary Gulman: Boyish Man.” He was so funny on his initial one-hour special, that Comedy Central greenlit a second one, “In This Economy?” in 2012. In addition to his comedy appearances and specials, Gulman has also appeared in numerous shows, including “Inside Amy Schumer.”



So, as one could say, Gulman is definitely living out his dream, a dream he has had ever since he launched his career, and to see it come to fruition is proof-positive that you don’t have to come in first to be first.


Tickets for Gary Gulman range from $25 - $35.  For more information on upcoming shows or to purchase tickets call the box office at 603-536-2551 or go online at www.flyingmonkeyNH.com.

American Idol Superstar comes to Plymouth


Plymouth, NH: Ruben Stoddard will perform at The Flying Monkey in Plymouth on Saturday, April 6th at 7:30pm.  Best known as American Idol Season 2 winner, Ruben Studdard will pay homage to his hero Luther Vandross with his show “Ruben sings Luther”.  Tickets for this concert start at $54.



Ruben sings Luther.



“My goal was to not only to pay tribute to Luther but to add my own passion on top of Luther’s brilliant songs. It all started with my mom who has always loved Luther and played his music in our home continuously – especially during Christmas,” Studdard explains. He goes on to say, “But people always asked when I was going to do an album of Luther’s songs. Happily the day has arrived. It was a thrilling experience selecting the songs from his different albums and putting my own interpretation on them. I am so proud of this record.”



Ruben Studdard is the winner of American Idol’s second season and since then has been a Grammy nominated R&B, gospel and pop singer. He has recorded six studio albums, appears frequently on TV, toured extensively and has sold over two million albums worldwide.



“As for the tour, we are not only recreating some of the production elements, musicians, background singers, wardrobe and lighting that were ever present when Luther took the stage, but my heart and soul will be in every note I sing as I honor one of the greatest vocalists we’ve ever had.”


Tickets for Ruben Studdard Sings Luther Vandross range from $54 - $64.  For more information on upcoming shows or to purchase tickets call the box office at 603-536-2551 or go online at www.flyingmonkeyNH.com.

"Camden, Maine" The Maine Windjammer Project


"Camden, Maine" by Doug Mills
Camden, Maine may be a sleepy little town today, but sailing season is only a few very short weeks away!


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Downtown Waterville Wi-Fi Hits Milestone of 100 Thousand Users in 7 Months

Anticipated coverage area shaded in red
WATERVILLE, ME, March 28 – By March 1 of this year, Downtown Waterville Wi-Fi had served over 124,000 users in just seven months.
“As the usage data illustrates, public wi-fi is increasingly becoming a necessity for patrons of downtown districts,” explains Garvan D. Donegan, director of planning and economic development for Central Maine Growth Council, which manages the wi-fi service. “The opportunity to stay connected to the internet encourages visitors to extend their stay in downtown, exploring the shops, restaurants, and recreational venues, boosting commerce and tourism.”
The free public wi-fi service, established through an initial investment by Colby College and continually supported by Kennebec Savings Bank, MaineGeneral Health, Northern Light Inland Hospital, and Thomas College’s Harold Alfond Institute for Business Innovation, makes Waterville’s downtown one of the most connected in Maine.
Wi-fi coverage is available outdoors and extends north-south from Post Office Square to Hathaway Creative Center, east-west from Head of Falls to the Concourse, allowing visitors and residents to stay connected while recreating along RiverWalk, enjoying a musical performance, browsing or vending at Downtown Waterville Farmers’ Market.
The launch of Downtown Waterville Wi-Fi in August of 2018 coincided with several technology-related developments in the downtown district. CGI, a global information technology and consulting firm, moved into its new office space at 173 Main Street, GenoTyping Center of America opened a biotechnology laboratory in Hathaway Creative Center, and Bricks CoWorking and Innovation Space launched its coworking space in Hathaway Creative Center, becoming the home of Central Maine Tech Night.
“The city of Waterville is emerging as a technology hub, and Downtown Waterville Wi-Fi further positions the city for future growth,” states Donegan.
Downtown Waterville Wi-Fi partners work with Axiom, a company focused on delivering broadband to rural communities, and FirstLight, a leading provider of Internet in the Northeast.
Central Maine Growth Council

CMGC is the leading public/private catalyst and resource for economic development in Central Maine. The growth council is dedicated to fostering a robust regional economy through successful collaborative partnerships among businesses, governments, academic institutions, health care facilities, arts and cultural agencies, and residents primarily in the communities of Waterville, Winslow, Fairfield, and Oakland. The benefit is a highly desirable place in which to enjoy an outstanding work-life balance.

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

BREAKING: Firefighters Battling Birchwood Ave Windham 2nd-Alarm Structure Fire (Knocked Down)

Update 3:54pm: Firefighters has a quick knock down, overhaul in progress.
BREAKING: Windham, Maine - Firefighters from multiple departments are battling 2nd-alarm structure fire Wednesday, March 27th, 2019 on Birchwood Ave in Windham, Maine.

Fire in garage extending to house.

Stay tuned for the latest information as it becomes available.

"A Rockland Sunrise" The Maine Windjammer Project


"A Rockland Sunrise" by Doug Mills


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Tuesday, March 26, 2019

BREAKING: Firefighters Working Fire At Dragon Products (Fires Out)


9:38am Wednesday Morning: According to Thomaston Fire Department, Responded to the report of a structure fire at 107 New County Road, Dragon Products. Upon arrival found heavy fire in possession of 3 floors in the building known as the Core Building. An employee reported finding a large leak/spill of #2 fuel oil on the floor which was flowing into a below grade mechanical area. In this area the fuel oil ignited spreading back to the leak origin and ultimately throughout the building. The fire was stopped just as it was entering a lab and control room areas. There is extensive structural damage to the Core Building and there were no injuries to plant staff or firefighters. The fire crews did an excellent job to confine the fire to the building of origin which seemed to be a monumental task upon arrival of the first units. Knox County Communications coordinated the response flawlessly as they continued to handle other emergencies in the county simultaneously including a chimney fire in Camden.

The Response: Knox County Regional Communications Center, 11 fire departments, approximately 75 firefighters staffing 20 pieces of fire apparatus, Thomaston Ambulance, Central Maine Power, Dragon Products Staff, Knox County Emergency Management and the foam trailer from Waldo County.

Cause: Accidental, Mechanical failure

8:57am Wednesday Morning Update: According to Rockland Fire Department, Rockland Fire & EMS was notified of a 107 New County Rd in Thomaston. We responded for a mutual aid request per the automatic aid set up between Thomaston and Rockland. First due crews found heavy smoke and fire from multiple floors. We operated under the command of Thomaston Car 1 and were joined with multiple other departments throughout Knox and Waldo County.

Any factors contributing to, or hindering the success of the operation:

1. Mutual Aid gets more departments notified as early as possible.

Cause: Under investigation by Thomaston Fire Department.

Rockland sent Rockland C-1, Rockland E-2, Engine 1, Rockland Rescue 3, 12 members total.

Pictures credits to Alan Athearn, Rockland Fire & EMS
Update 10:49pm: Thomaston, Rockland fire units returning.
Update 10:32pm: South Thomaston fire units are clearing the scene, returning.
Update 10:28pm: Rockport fire units returning.
Update 9:47pm: Per command fire is out, all departments released except S. Thomaston, Rockport, Rockland.
Update 8:50pm: These fire departments are on scene with Thomaston.
Union
Rockport
Warren
Rockland
St. George
Owls Head
Friendship
Waldoboro
Cushing
South Thomaston

Update 8:27pm: Power has been secured by plant personnel. 
Update 8:16pm: Thomaston fire command has ordered a third alarm.
Update 8:04pm: Command has requested CMP to scene to cut power.
Update 7:41pm: Thomaston fire unit on scene requesting 2nd alarm.
BREAKING: Thomaston, Maine - Multiple fire departments are working a structure fire at Dragon Products on Tuesday, March 26th, 2019 in Thomaston, Maine.

Heavy black smoke showing according to Rockland car 1.

"America's Oldest" The Maine Windjammer Project


"America's Oldest" by Doug Mills
America's oldest schooner, Lewis R. French, built 1871, sails past the Rockland Breakwater Light inbound to Rockland, Maine.


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Monday, March 25, 2019

"The Last Chesapeake Ram" The Maine Windjammer Project


"The Last Chesapeake Ram" by Doug Mills
The Last Chesapeake Ram, Victory Chimes, sails proudly past the Rockland Breakwater Light in a cool summer fog.


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Sunday, March 24, 2019

Maine 7 Day Forecast


Today
Sunny, with a high near 46. West wind 5 to 10 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph.
Tonight
Increasing clouds, with a low around 26. Calm wind.

Monday
Mostly cloudy through mid morning, then gradual clearing, with a high near 37. North wind 5 to 10 mph becoming west in the afternoon.
Monday Night
Mostly clear, with a low around 18. West wind around 5 mph.

Tuesday
Sunny, with a high near 37. West wind around 5 mph.
Tuesday Night
Clear, with a low around 19.

Wednesday
Sunny, with a high near 41.
Wednesday Night
Mostly clear, with a low around 26.

Thursday
Sunny, with a high near 45.
Thursday Night
Mostly clear, with a low around 32.

Friday
Mostly sunny, with a high near 50.
Friday Night
Partly cloudy, with a low around 35.

Saturday
Partly sunny, with a high near 50.


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"Home Port" The Maine Windjammer Project


"Home Port" by Doug Mills
The Victory Chimes dwarfs the Rockland Breakwater Light as she returns to her home port of Rockland, Maine.


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Saturday, March 23, 2019

"Leading The Way" The Maine Windjammer Project


"Leading The Way" by Doug Mills
The Victory Chimes leading the way into Rockland harbor.


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Friday, March 22, 2019

"Off The Stern" The Maine Windjammer Project


"Off The Stern" by Doug Mills
Nathaniel Bowditch and Stephen Taber off the stren of Angelique during the Maine Windjammer Parade at Rockland Maine.


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Thursday, March 21, 2019

"Across the Bow" The Maine Windjammer Project


"Across the Bow" by Doug Mills
American Eagle and Nathaniel Bowditch pass across the bow of Angelique off Camden Maine.


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Wednesday, March 20, 2019

"In A Summer Fog" The Maine Windjammer Project


"In A Summer Fog" by Doug Mills
The Victory Chimes, Nathaniel Bowditch and Stephen Taber from Angelique, sailing off Rockland Maine in a summer fog.


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Tuesday, March 19, 2019

"Foggy Day" The Maine Windjammer Project


"Foggy Day" by Doug Mills
The Nathaniel bowditch on a foggy day off Rockport Maine.


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Monday, March 18, 2019

"In The Fog" The Maine Windjammer Project


"In The Fog" by Doug Mills
American Eagle and Nathaniel Bowditch in the fog off Rockport Maine.


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Sunday, March 17, 2019

Maine 7 Day Forecast


Today
Sunny, with a high near 37. West wind 5 to 10 mph.
Tonight
Mostly clear, with a low around 17. West wind around 5 mph becoming calm in the evening.

Monday
Sunny, with a high near 38. West wind 5 to 10 mph.
Monday Night
Mostly clear, with a low around 13. Northwest wind around 5 mph.

Tuesday
Sunny, with a high near 35. Northwest wind around 5 mph.
Tuesday Night
Mostly clear, with a low around 13.

Wednesday
Sunny, with a high near 40.
Wednesday Night
Partly cloudy, with a low around 30.

Thursday
Mostly cloudy, with a high near 46.
Thursday Night
Mostly cloudy, with a low around 29.

Friday
Mostly sunny, with a high near 42.
Friday Night
Partly cloudy, with a low around 17.

Saturday
Mostly sunny, with a high near 34.


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"The Victory Chimes" The Maine Windjammer Project


"The Victory Chimes" by Doug Mills
The Victory Chimes dwarfs the Rockland Breakwater Light as she sails into Rockland Maine.


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Saturday, March 16, 2019

"A Foggy Morning" The Maine Windjammer Project


"A Foggy Morning" by Doug Mills
A foggy morning at Marshall Point Light in Port Clyde Maine.


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Friday, March 15, 2019

"From The Lantern of The Rockland Breakwater Light" The Maine Windjammer Project


"From The Lantern of The Rockland Breakwater Light" by Doug Mills
American Eagle seen from the lantern of the Rockland Breakwater Light in Rockland Maine.


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Thursday, March 14, 2019

Monks Rally Past Chargers, 8-7

Recap, photo courtesy of SJC
STANDISH, Maine – Junior Maddy Beaulieu (West Gardiner, Maine) scored a man-up goal with 1:03 remaining in regulation to lift Saint Joseph's College (1-2, 1-0 GNAC) past Colby-Sawyer College (1-1, 1-1 GNAC), 8-7, in a Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) women's lacrosse game at the SJC Athletics Complex on Wednesday evening.

HOW IT HAPPENED:
Trailing by a 7-4 score midway through the second half, the Monks rattled off four unanswered goals to clinch the thrilling victory. Sophomore Liz Callahan kicked off the scoring string with a man-up tally at the 16:09 mark, Beaulieu hit pay dirt at the 14:44 mark, and senior Kayla Kelly (York, Maine) knotted the game at 7-7 with 9:07 left to play.

Both teams had chances to take the lead on free-position attempts late in the contest, as junior keeper Kaylin Mansir (West Gardiner, Maine) turned away a Sarah Morin (Pelham, N.H.) close-range shot with 5:14 left and a bid by SJC freshman Logan Champlin (Alfred, Maine) taken at the 1:25 mark sailed high.

TEAM STATS:
Saint Joseph's held the lead in shots (28-18), ground balls (29-25) and draw controls (12-6) on the evening.

THE KEEPERS:
Mansir, who entered the game at the start of the second half, earned the victory after making four saves and allowing just one goal in 30 minutes. Freshman Madelyn Nelson (Casco, Maine) notched four stops in the first half.
Colby-Sawyer junior Kailyn Lapham (Medway, Mass.) turned away eight shots in the losing effort.

LEADERS – SAINT JOSEPH'S:
  • Beaulieu tallied two goals and an assist with five ground balls and two caused turnovers
  • Sophomore Lydia Dexter (Oakland, Maine) posted a goal and an assist with a game-high eight draw controls
  • Senior Kara Kelly (York, Maine) added two assists, three ground balls, three caused turnovers, and two draw controls
LEADERS – COLBY-SAWYER:
  • Senior Brittany Ireland (Amherst, N.H.) scored two goals with three ground balls
  • Sophomore Briana Couture (South Hadley, Mass.) netted a pair of goals with two ground balls and a pair of caused turnovers
  • Sophomore Madison Johansson (Stratham, N.H.) picked up three ground balls with four caused turnovers
HISTORICALLY SPEAKING:
Tonight's matchup between the Monks and Chargers was the first-ever between the institutions' women's lacrosse teams.
NEXT!
Saint Joseph's will host GNAC-rival University of Saint Joseph on Saturday at 3:00 PM.

Monks Sail Past Mariners, 19-9

Recap, photo courtesy of SJC
STANDISH, Maine – Saint Joseph's College (4-2) cruised past Maine Maritime Academy (0-3), 19-9, in a non-conference men's lacrosse game at the SJC Athletics Complex on Wednesday night.

HOW IT HAPPENED:
With the score tied 1-1 early in the first quarter, the Monks rattled off seven unanswered goals as a man-up marker from senior Michael Finn (Quincy, Mass.) lifted the hosts to an 8-1 advantage with 4:13 remaining in the opening frame.

Freshman Devin Linscott (Nashua, N.H.) notched a man-down goal and Finn added his second man-up score early in the second stanza to extend the SJC advantage to 10-2. St. Joe's carried an 11-4 cushion into halftime.

The teams essentially traded scores for the remainder of the evening with sophomore Zach Hamilton (Pepperell, Mass.) wrapping up the third quarter with an unassisted strike to lift the Monks to a 15-6 lead and senior Daniel Cunningham (West Islip, N.Y.) closing out the game scoring with 2:27 left in the fourth frame to account for the 19-9 final score.

TEAM STATS:
Saint Joseph's held the advantage in shots (47-28) and ground balls (30-27) while both teams won 16 face-offs in the non-conference tilt.

THE KEEPERS:
All three of the Monks' goalies saw time in the victory, as sophomore starter Logan Skinner (Irving, Texas) allowed a pair of goals in 15 minutes, freshman Michael Janocha (Southampton, Mass.) made six stops during 30 minutes in net, and junior Zachary Remillard (Manchester, N.H.) notched one save in 15 minutes.

Maine Maritime sophomore keeper Matthew Emery (St. Johnsbury, Vt.) made 15 saves in the losing effort.

LEADERS – SAINT JOSEPH'S:
  • Finn netted five goals with two assists on 12 shots, including nine on target
  • Sophomore Shane Puleo (Nashua, N.H.) scored two goals with three assists and three ground balls
  • Hamilton added three goals on seven shots
  • Cunningham scored twice with two assists and three ground balls
  • Sophomore Alex Osmanski (Abington, Mass.) scored a goal with eight ground balls and three caused turnovers
  • Freshman Richard Mulcahy (East Sandwich, Mass.) netted a pair of goals
  • Senior Raymond Emery (Abington, Mass.) registered three caused turnovers
LEADERS – MAINE MARITIME:
  • Freshman Jayden Wilson (Lewiston, Maine) scored three goals with a pair of assists
  • Sophomore Zeke Tocci (Naples, Maine) tallied three goals
  • Freshman Alex Snowman (Sarasota, Fla.) added an assist and seven ground balls
HISTORICALLY SPEAKING:
With the victory, Saint Joseph's improves to 2-4 all-time versus Maine Maritime Academy and has now defeated the Mariners in consecutive meetings.

NEXT!
Saint Joseph's will host Emerson College in a non-conference contest on Saturday. Opening face-off is set for 12:00 PM.

No. 13 men's lacrosse rolls 20-8 past Western New England

Jack Scribner's two goals and one assist helped Bates defeat Western New England 20-8 on March 12, 2019 on Garcelon Field. (Samuel Mironko for Bates College)
LEWISTON, Maine -- The No. 13 nationally ranked Bates men's lacrosse team kept rolling to its fourth straight victory Tuesday night, defeating Western New England University 20-8 in a non-conference game at Garcelon Field.

The Bobcats (4-1), ranked 13th nationally and third in New England, outscored the visiting Golden Bears (2-2), who are ranked seventh in New England, by a 7-2 count in the first quarter, took a 10-5 at the half, then continued to pour it on in the second half, outscoring WNE 5-2 in the third quarter and 5-1 in the fourth.

Bates junior Matt Chlastawa (Westfield, Mass.), this week's NESCAC Player of the Week and

No. 21 women's lacrosse cruises to 15-3 win over Plymouth State

First-year Jordyn Tveter scored the first two goals of her collegiate career and the No. 21 nationally ranked Bates women's lacrosse team defeated Plymouth State 15-3 on Monday, March 11, 2019. (Theophil Syslo/Bates College)
LEWISTON, Maine -- Sophomores Kathryn Grennon and Summer Dias scored three goals apiece and the No. 21 nationally ranked Bates women's lacrosse team defeated Plymouth State 15-3 Monday afternoon in the Bobcats' home opener.

Bates (4-2) jumped out to a 7-0 lead over the Panthers (0-2) and never looked back. The Bobcats won the ground ball battle by a count of 23-12 and out-shot the Panthers 33-13. Five of the Bobcats' 15 goals came on free position opportunities. Senior captain Joanna Schafer (Meriden, N.H.) recorded a game-high seven ground balls on defense for Bates.

Sophomore Margaret Smith (Wilton, Conn.) got the scoring goal on a free position goal with 24:35 left in the first half. Dias (West Newton, Mass.) and Grennon (Cape Elizabeth, Maine) followed with back-to-back goals before senior Katie Allard (Ridgewood, N.J.) made the score 4-0 with 19:16 left in the half with her lone goal of the evening.

Senior Sydney Howard (Ashland, Mass.) scored a free position goal with 17:34 left and she followed that up with an unassisted tally with 12:27 remaining. Junior Avery MacMullen (New Haven, Conn.) capped the game-opening run with her second goal of the season.

With 6:15 left in the first half, Sydney Dubois got the Panthers on the board with a free position goal but Grennon answered with a minute to go on an assist from sophomore Elsbeth Caulo (Amherst, N.H.) to give the Bobcats an 8-1 halftime lead.

The teams traded goals to start the second half before the Bobcats went on a 6-0 run to put the game away. First-year Jordyn Tveter (Topsfield, Mass.) scored the first two goals of her collegiate career, much to the delight of the Bobcat bench.

Sophomore Rachael Deptula (Durham, N.H.) started between the pipes for Bates and made three saves in 30 minutes, earning the win. Senior captain Eliza Statile (Ipswich, Mass.) played the final 30 minutes, making four saves on the day. Meaghan Allard and Emilee Wargo split time in goal for the Panthers, with Allard making a game-high six saves.

The Bobcats take on NESCAC foe No. 9 nationally ranked Trinity Saturday at 12pm.