BIZ BUZZ: All the BUZZ from our advertisers for May and June

From Staff Reports

Redzone Wireless, based in Rockland, was established in 2014 “to build a next generation fixed wireless broadband network within the state of Maine. Redzone will tailor a custom solution to fit your needs and goals. We can work with developers and multi-tenant locations to create a fast, reliable, and robust network to handle anything from basic connectivity to high-traffic production environments. We have quickly become the preferred partner for managed Wi-Fi, large enterprise, residential developments, and municipal broadband.” For more information, visit or call 207-596-5700.

Sea Dog Brewing is the sponsor of Turner Publishing’s phony ad. Do you know what the phony ad is all about? Each month our ad designers create a phony ad and place it among the “real” ads in the print editions. Readers can submit the phony ad form to let us know which ad they believe is the phony ad (it’s not difficult and should be obvious). We have Sea Dog Brewing gift certificates for the winner selected from all correct entries. So, a big thanks to Sea Dog! Visit them at 1 Main Street in Topsham.

Have you read the monthly feature column written by storyteller John McDonald? This is what John’s bio info tells us: “John delivers an educational and hilarious mix of basic and fun facts about the Pine Tree State, including, of course, more than a few wicked funny stories. For example, did you know the first naval battle of the Revolutionary War was fought in Maine in 1775? That Maine boasts 65 “Mud Ponds”? That Maine Sen. Margaret Chase Smith was the first woman to have her name placed in nomination for the U.S. Presidency at a major party’s convention? Readers are sure to learn a lot about both the Pine Tree State and the United States, as well as have a few laughs in the process.” Be sure to read John’s column, found on the website.

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A customer of shared his satisfaction with the work done by this company: “The technician fixed my garage door on the initial visit and then another technician came a day or two later to replace both of my garage doors. Both of them were professional and did the job perfectly. – Mike.” For residential and commercial garage door service, sales and maintenance statewide, call 1-800-734-1401.

Have you needed to have your car repaired? Fern’s Body Shop at 2 Canal St. in Lisbon Falls, says, “We are a family-owned, local business that has been well known and trusted in the community for over 50 years. We work hard to ensure that you and your car receive the best treatment throughout the entire collision repair process.” They are also proud supporters of community events. Call 207-353-2329 for more information.

Heating season may be over (finally!), and air conditioning season poised to begin. Independent Power sells heat pumps which provide air conditioning and heat all in one unit. They tell us: “A Mitsubishi Electric cooling and heating system has many benefits. It will provide you with complete control of the temperature in your home. No matter what time of year, a room with a heat pump system will always be the exact temperature you desire. Start enjoying ultimate comfort!” Call 207-946-4444 for more information.

Porter’s Antiques, established in 1987, sells late-1800 to early-1900 oak, walnut and mahogany furniture, antiques and collectibles.

Porter’s Antiques, established in 1987, sells late-1800 to early-1900 oak, walnut and mahogany furniture, antiques and collectibles. It’s worth a trip to visit the shop which offers two floors and a barn full of antiques, furniture and collectibles, at 878 Rockland Road in Somerville. They share photos of items for sale in their shop on their Facebook page at They are “always actively buying and selling.”