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The coronavirus vaccine landscape is changing, and with nearly half of all eligible Mainers vaccinated, state officials and health care providers are trying to make it easier for everyone else to get shots. At the May 8 annual town meeting, Castine voters will be asked whether they support renaming the Upper and Lower Negro Islands, located in the Bagaduce River. Also inside, a Zoom program cosponsored by the Castine Garden Club and the Wilson Museum will return to the kitchens and vegetable gardens of the 1940s and beyond with an illustrated presentation on Victory Gardens by Lisa Lutts.

Castine Patriot Newspaper Description:

PublisherPenobscot Bay Press




The Castine Patriot, founded in 1980, is a comprehensive source of information about the communities of Castine and Penobscot, Maine. With a history dating back to the early 1600s, the town of Castine is home to the renowned Maine Maritime Academy, a vibrant deep-water harbor while both towns support historical and cultural organizations that promote their long and varied history. The Castine Patriot shares the stories and the important news that shapes Castine and Penobscot, with a particular focus on the people and institutions that make the community a special place to be.

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