Coastal Community Webpages
Town of Penobscot,   Maine
was Incorporated,     February 23, 1787
Your Hometown Community Webpage Since 2000
Yes,  From Penobscot Maine,  
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Peninsula  Area Online Farmers Market

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Penobscot  Community Broadcasting

                 Favorite Internet Audio & Video Links
Peninsula Area  Municipal Links

Town of Blue Hill
Town of Brooklin
Town of Brooksville
Town of Castine
Town of Surry
Surry Link to Maine Memory Network

Search through the Coastal Community
Webpages here,

Or,  Search the world wide web
Maine Dept. of Agriculture -    
Food and Rural Resources
Blogs,    Farm Products for sale,     Calendar of Events,     Photo's
LIVE - LOCAL    Mon-thru-Fri  5am - 9am
Local Internet Banking Services
Requires  Active  Radio Subscription
It's  What's Happening Around Town  !!
Live / Local
Track your packages  online from  here  !!
On your old fashion AM/FM  radio,  you
can listen to Georg Hale and Ric Tyler  
Stephen Rappaport , Ellsworth American Article
Listen to     THE EAGLES
Classic music Station

on   PANDORA  Radio
The House to the left of the Penobscot Town Hall   has been torn down and removed.  The
Building that once was the offices of Dr. Russell, Dr. Swartz,  Dr. Reed,  and many other is now
just another memory for those of us living in Penobscot.