Auction could set fate for Stenton Trust mill

SANFORD — A piece of Sanford’s illustrious textile history may soon be on the auction block.The former Goodall Worsted Company building on River Street — also known as the Stenton Trust building in recent years — may soon be auctioned off, according to its owner, Jonathan Morse.

At Your Library: Celebrating York

York Days 2008 — maybe you have taken the time to celebrate York during these special days — at the road race, softball tournament or the “Christmas in July” celebration on the Nubble.
Still to come is a craft fair followed by fireworks!
We celebrate York every day at the library. We’ve recently reorganized our reference collection and arranged the information about York together. In the Local Reference area you’ll find the basics about York’s history, as well as other fascinating facts and figures.

Penobscot Museum coordinator is a cultural resource

INDIAN ISLAND, Maine – For the past 13 years, James Neptune has spent his days happily surrounded by the art, artifacts, objects and literature that narrate the history and customs of the Penobscot people. Neptune is the coordinator of the Penobscot Nation Museum, a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and sharing the rich cultural and historic heritage of the Penobscot Indian Nation and the Wabanaki people.

Maine’s cruising waters

Eagle Island Tours, 170 Commercial St. on Long Wharf. History buffs and nature lovers will enjoy this narrated cruise to Eagle Island for a tour of the former summer estate of Adm. Robert E. Peary. After viewing Peary’s Arctic memorabilia inside, check out the nature trails outside. Until Aug. 31, the cruise departs at 10 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays through
Today’s Almanac…

Fort Worth’s Log Cabin Village rebuilds 1872 era cabin…

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