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12:00 am , 05/24/2015 Sun Journal

DON'T LOOK NOW but it's almost summer. Forget that it was almost winter six weeks ago. We're so over that.

12:00 am , 05/24/2015 Sun Journal

Spring finally came! All those horrible months of snow and cold are now a memory, while we prepare what we hope will be the greatest garden ever. Right now, the garlic plants are about a foot tall in two of our garden beds.

12:00 am , 05/24/2015 Sun Journal

In many ways, Tom Juray faces the same challenges as most chefs — decisions about ordering, menu scheduling, equipment maintenance and the actual food preparation itself. What most chefs don't have is a captive audience or a staff comprised of mostly volunteers.

12:00 am , 05/24/2015 Sun Journal

Martin Royle was born and raised in England and served 23-and-a-half years in the British Army. Along the way, he married a Mainer. In 2009, they bought a camp here as a seasonal retreat.

12:00 am , 05/24/2015 Sun Journal

CARIBOU, Maine — Residents in some parts of northern Maine kicked off their Memorial Day weekend with snowfall. The National Weather Service in Caribou reports there were accumulations of approximately 0.3 inches in some parts of northern Maine early Saturday morning.

12:00 am , 05/24/2015 Sun Journal

BATH, Maine (AP) — The last time Bath Iron Works looked beyond Navy shipbuilding, workers agreed to a contract aimed at boosting efficiency by allowing shipbuilders to learn and perform multiple tasks.

11:00 pm , 05/23/2015 Sun Journal

LEWISTON — Jose Angel Ortiz came to fight this time, as promised.

8:28 pm , 05/23/2015 Sun Journal

Maine Forest Service rangers and dozens of firefighters worked for hours Saturday afternoon to bring an 8.4-acre wildfire under control off the Ames Road.

7:29 pm , 05/23/2015 Sun Journal

NEW GLOUCESTER — A bit unsure but smiling, Finley Joyal, who's 3 (but almost 4) patted a chicken Saturday. “This is Henny Penny. She's really soft,” said Pineland Farms education staffer Britt Moon. Finley also collected organic eggs.

6:24 pm , 05/23/2015 Sun Journal

McLaughlin Garden Horticulturist Kristin Perry gives a tour of the grounds to a large group during the 18th annual Lilac Festival in Paris on Saturday. The festival will continue from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday and Monday.