Entries by Mark Huard

Concert benefits suicide awareness cause

by Mark Huard In 2019, Maine’s suicide rate is higher than the national average. That’s a staggering statistic, and is the reason why many central Maine residents traveled Northeast to Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion. The Waterfront Concerts, Music Matters and SAVE (Suicide Awareness Voices of Education) all joined together to bring some of the biggest names […]

Local youth boxer moving up in the ranks

by Mark Huard Braden Littlefield, 13, of East Benton, a talented young boxer, fighting out of Cugno Boxing, fought and obtained a unanimous decision win over his opponent at the Lewiston Armory on August 3. He was also the recipient of a belt, given to both Littlefield and his opponent for being the Fight of […]

9th annual Battle for Breast Cancer raises $42,000

by Mark Huard The 9th Annual Battle For Breast Cancer took place at Thomas College, in Waterville, on Saturday, July 13, and was a truly great success. The July 13 benefit tournament featured 11 Central Maine high school field hockey teams: Skowhegan, Messalonskee, Mt. Blue, Lawrence, Dirigo, Dexter, Nokomis, MCI, Winslow, Erskine Academy and Winthrop. […]

Fairfield author releases Dystopian novel series

by Mark Huard My brother has been busy writing over the past couple of years and has released his book series. Michael W. Huard’s new Sci-Fi & Fantasy series, which includes three full books; Land of the Free, Hope Bringers, and Freedom, takes the reader into the far future, the 31st century, and it’s not […]