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Monthly Archives: March 2019

By Bryan Sidelinger- Black Violin is making one of its three New England tours stops here at Husson, on April 4th. Managing Director of the Gracie theatre, Jeri Misler says in an email that, “This […]

By: Nick Langille – The Spectator Bangor, ME – Experiencing any acid reflux, heartburns, or mouth ulcers? You may be suffering from Celiac Disease, a case where a person cannot digest or is allergic to gluten […]

Red Sox Trip Ticket Release By Kevin Doyon Husson University Student Activities will be hosting a bus trip for students to see the Boston Red Sox play the Baltimore Orioles at Fenway Park on April […]

By Bryan Sidelinger- In Bar Harbor, it’s early spring, and businesses are starting their hiring for another busy tourist season. But there’s a problem; the amount of available jobs far outweighs the amount of available […]

Husson To Host Etiquette Dinner By Kevin Doyon Husson University students will be offered a unique opportunity to tone their table manners and dining skills, and to practice how to act in a professional dining […]

By: Jon Stinson Bangor, ME- Maine is a small rural state and has a large number of small businesses that form a decent portion of its economy. Businesses from Fort Kent to Kittery employ workers […]

By Tyler Hewey BANGOR, Maine – In May of 2018, Starbucks announced the company will be providing racial bias training for employees, but this issue isn’t just a national issue as it hits home too. […]

Compiled by Caitlin Race In Fairfield, a thirty-three year old woman was arrested for drug charges. Katrina Rimes ended up getting a charge of aggravated trafficking and drug possession. Four thousand dollars worth of heroin, […]

by Caitlin Race   After Vickey Whitham’s son, Zachary Braley overdosed two years ago, she decided to do something in his memory. This is where the Zachary Project was born. The project incorporates PATH Coping […]

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