In the News

May 22, 2017

The Wood Island Life Saving Station
Restoring the base that once housed men who saved the lives of mariners.
NH Chronicle. WMUR-TV, Portsmouth, NH

May 4, 2017

A century after its congregation dissolved, Abyssinian Meeting House gathers community again
‘A Distant Holla,’ an art show opening Friday, aims to bring the original ‘spirit of life’ back to the spiritual site of black culture.
by Bob Keyes, Portland Press Herald

May 2, 2017

When Lost Kitchen in Freedom started taking reservations, 10,000 diners called
It’s not just the food, but the story behind the restaurant and its sense of adventure that appeal to people.
by Beth J. Harpaz, Associated Press via Portland Press Herald

February 6, 2017

Crew puts Berwick’s Lord Barn back together again.
by Ralph Morang, Foster’s Daily Democrat

October 24, 2016

It’s about time: Historic Hampton clock to go back on display
by Kimberly Haas, Union Leader

September 30, 2016

Association celebrates saving Life Saving Station
by Brian Early, Seacoast Online

September 4, 2016

Wood Island Life Saving Station turning into maritime museum
Six decades removed from its working days, the structure off Kittery is undergoing restoration.
by Gillian Graham, Portland Press Herald

May 17, 2016

‘It’s been a long time’: After long silence, Troy church bell rings again
by Abigail Curtis, Bangor Daily News

May 12, 2016

Construction Underway on Troy Union Church
by Taylor Kinzler, WABI TV5

April 28, 2016

Hampton town clock project underway
by Max Sullivan, Seacoast Online

February 5, 2016

Saving an historic barn, piece by piece
by Ralph Morang, Foster’s Daily Democrat

January 18, 2016

Mainers reflect on pursuing Martin Luther King’s vision of a ‘beloved community’
After a tumultuous year, some prominent African-Americans see the need to call out racism and triumph over hate with love.
by Kelley Bouchard, Portland Press Herald

June 14, 2015

Dine Out Maine: The Lost Kitchen in Freedom
Chef Erin French transforms fresh, local ingredients into dishes of exceptional simplicity and astounding flavor.
by James H. Schwartz, Portland Press Herald

April 5, 2015

Big hearts help little Troy Union Church
The community has banded together to help save the 175-year-old church which is closed because of structural problems. by Amy Calder, Kennebec Journal, Morning Sentinel

October 20, 2014

UpClose: Opening the Barn Door | Library by Design, Fall 2014
By Denice Rovira Hazlett, Library Journal

June 19, 2013

Making ‘Endangered Places’ list could help restore landmark Portland building
by Seth Koenig, Bangor Daily News

December 16, 2012

Animal welfare society
That would be Arron Sturgis and his team, charged with restoring three of Bernard Langlais’ iconic wooden sculptures.
by Bob Keyes, Portland Press Herald

July 4, 2012

Businessman hopes Freedom hydro power project can make a self-sufficient business
by Tom Groening, Bangor Daily News

September 3, 2011

Wood water pipe sheds more light
The find puts one of the nation’s oldest black churches at the center of activity in 1850s Portland
by Kelley Bouchard, Portland Press Herald

June 17, 2011

A river runs through it
This summer, the Abyssinian Meeting House in Portland begins a $100,000 project to fix its muddy basement.
by Jason Singer, Portland Press Herald

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