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Monday, June 21, 2021
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  • June is a month when I think of my parents. They were born four days apart on June 16 and 20, 1914. Before they were 10 years old, Mussolini had snuffed out a nascent democracy in Italy. In their teens, Stalin and Hitler crushed ...
  • Well, like everyone else, the city officials of Rockland have noticed a lot of homes being purchased at blown-out-of-proportion prices. Many of these homes have almost immediately had renovations/restorations done. So, even though ...
  • The CMP Corridor is a proposed 145-mile-long corridor stretching through much of Maine’s North Woods — 53 miles is unbroken forest, while the other 92 miles would run alongside existing transmission lines. It is advertised to be ...
  • Thank you for listening, three weeks ago or so, to several of us who raised objections to the proposed housing development on Talbot Avenue. I was disappointed in the lack of discussion before each of you presented your brief ...
  • In the fall of 2019 I was approved by Midcoast Habitat for Humanity for a one-bedroom home to be built on Philbrick Avenue in Rockland. Ground-breaking was in the fall of 2019 and work started on the 12 one- and two-bedroom ...
  • Where no other president had bothered to publicly acknowledge the atrocity that took place 100 years ago, I am grateful for President Biden’s educating the citizens of the world by paying tribute to the centennial remembrance ...
  • The Tulsa race massacre casts a shadow that persists in spite of our best efforts to deny what occurred in that Greenwood neighborhood one hundred years ago. I continue to be shocked by the viciousness of the assault, and by the fact ...
  • If the current Congress were staged as a play, Ben Franklin would hiss from the wings, if indeed he did not loudly proclaim outrage as Tim Ryan did last week. The time for polite rhetoric is past. It’s time to be irate! ...
  • In light of local COVID-19 outbreaks, our office at 6 Virginia Avenue in Camden is temporarily closed to visitors. The front door of the building will remain open if you want to come by and grab a newspaper. You can also drop off a ...
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