Bruce Chase, recreation director, City of Augusta Recreation Bureau, and Bill Burney from the Capital Area Recreation Association, joined us on the Moose Morning Show to talk about all the upcoming summer programs available.
If you see a lot of emergency vehicles in the area of Dalton Road in Augusta on Saturday (June 11), don't panic, it's just an emergency training exercise being held by the Maine Emergency Management Agency and the Kennebec County Emergency Management Agency.
You can take a cruise along the Kennebec River for free this Thursday through Saturday. Maine Water Tours, Inc. is considering a local river transportation and cruise service that may include a water shuttle between Gardiner, Hallowell and Augusta, sunset and happy hour cruises, other scenic cruises…
I drive by it every day. We can see it from the Moose offices. Yet, you really don't see the beauty until you pause and take a second a look. Thanks to these Instagram photographers, we can see the majesty of the State Capitol Building in Augusta.
The latest numbers from the US census estimates shows that Maine's population grew at a very small rate from 2010 to 2015. How small? Maine only added 967 residents in that five year span. In fact, Maine actually lost population from 2014 to 2015.