Letter from the Mayor
BREWER, Maine — Someone is making fake rabies certificates and state officials are warning city and town clerks to be on the lookout for the falsified documents, which could put lives in danger. State veterinarians don’t want someone’s attempt to make a buck become the cause of an outbreak and are working with law enforcement to find the culprit.
BREWER, Maine — The proposed path for an extension of the city’s riverwalk trail would take people through the base of the Joshua Chamberlain Bridge, which was built in 1954 as a toll bridge.
BANGOR, Maine — A local computer service, sales and technology firm that’s been doing business for more than three decades is getting ready to move into a former bank in nearby Brewer because it has outgrown its current space, its owner said on Friday.
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Doyle Field, Community Playground, and Municipal Swimming Pool
199 Wilson Street
From the Chamberlain Bridge to Hardy Street along the Penobscot River
Statue of Joshua Chamberlain and Historical Underground Railroad Site
Sheltered picnic table and benches
Four outdoor lighted tennis courts
Two completely fenced in basketball courts and a park area
10-acre, wooded park with a loop trail for walking
Playground equipment for tots along with a picnic table and shade trees
Paved walking path, baseball field, soccer field, picnic tables and benches
Picnic tables, benches, views of Penobscot River, and sliding hill
Quarter acre park with playground equipment
Picnic tables, benches, and beautiful views of the Penobscot River
Two playground sites, picnic tables, and benches on the Penobscot River
Little league fields, multipurpose athletic field, walking path, playground
From the Chamberlain Bridge to Hardy Street along the Penobscot River with a half acre park that features themed plantings, walking paths, and a waterfall.
Access to the Penobscot River with picnic tables and benches
Lighted outdoor ice rink located adjacent to Penobscot Ice Arena
World Trade Center 6’ steel beam, antique 1947 American LaFrance fire truck