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Live Splashdown of Dragon Endeavour [LIVE VIDEO]
Dragon Endeavour has left the Space Station and is on the way back to Earth, and will splashdown in the Atlantic Ocean on Sunday afternoon, August 2nd at around 2:48 p.m. on Sunday afternoon August 2nd. You can watch it LIVE!
Maine Principal’s Association Issues Updated Guidelines for Opening High School Athletics …
The Maine Principal's Association issued updated guidelines on Thursday, July 30th for the opening of High School Athletics and Activities.
Happy 104th Birthday Acadia National Park!
July 8th is one of Acadia National Park's birthdays! 104 years ago today, President Woodrow Wilson signed a Presidential Proclamation to establish Sieur de Monts National Monument
Maine Department of Education Wants to Hear from You
The Maine Department of Education needs your help in completing a survey regarding returning back to school in the Fall. The survey is available July 6th-12th. There are 4 different surveys available
4th of July Dog Safety Tips
Here are some important safety tips for your dog this 4th of July
Acadia National Park Carriage Roads Now Open to Bikes and Horses
Good news for bike riders and those who like to ride horses... The Carriage Roads in Acadia National Park are now open to cyclists and horseback riders effective June 19th.
Acadia National Park is Hiring
Want to work outside in Acadia National Park? Now could be the time, as Acadia National Park is hiring 10 to 20 temporary employees for maintenance, trails and road work. You'll need to act fast as resumes need to be received by or prior to Friday, June 19th.
Acadia National Park to Open Park Loop Road June 1
Acadia National Park released the following opening dates on Thursday, May 28th, including the fact that the Park Loop Road will be open to vehicular traffic effective June 1st. This allows cars to go to Sand Beach, Thunder Hole and the top of Cadillac Mountain!
Acadia National Park Extends Closures
Acadia National Park announced on Friday, April 17th that park closures have been extended, and certain services and operations will be delayed to comply with local and state orders.
Governor Mills Signs Directive Naming Easter Bunny and Tooth Fairy Performers of Essential…
Children throughout Maine can rest assured that the Easter Bunny and Tooth Fairy will be available to visit their homes, as Governor Janet Mills signed a directive on Saturday, April 11th, naming the Easter Bunny and Tooth Fairy, performers of essential services.