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Friday, April 19, 2019
  • An upcoming six-week seminar entitled “Finding Total Victory Over Addiction” will explore and explain the “Spiritual Dynamics” behind negative human behavior and how to effectively break its power. Understanding the “Spiritual Dynamics” ...
  • Rockland Main Street, Inc. invites all job seekers to our third annual Spring Hiring Fair. The event will be held Wednesday, April 17, from 3:30 to 6 p.m. at South School, 30 Broadway in Rockland. More than 60 midcoast businesses and organizations ...
  • Down through the years, tobacco ads constantly claimed you got “Pleasure and the taste of fine tobaccos” from smoking. They did not tell us the whole story. I found tobacco smoke has allergy and illness inducing and intensifying ...
  • The Town of Hope just had a remarkable special town meeting with over 183 people attending. It was a significant meeting to decide on fire truck repairs and whether to move a solar project forward to its next phase. People had questions ...
  • Dear Friends and Neighbors, The Henry Knox Reading Circle has been meeting since 2002 to discuss the ideas of the founding fathers and mothers and the American Revolution. At our meeting this month, we are inviting new readers ...
  • Once again President Trump has lied about and mocked undeserving victims. Given his intense focus on and outlandish claims about migrants on our southern border, it was not surprising that he castigated them in his campaign ...
  • I support the Maine Bill LD 1142 to provide transportation to senior citizens needing help. Many of us in small towns as well as rural areas do not have cars. Depending on friends and family is not always an option. A report from ...
  • I’d like to thank Eva Murray for the “opinionated recycler” article last week. The writer’s perspective is insightful, enlightening and thoughtful. As the board chairman of our Union area transfer facility, TriCounty Solid Waste Management ...
  • I have lived in Belfast for 13 years and have been involved in many aspects of this fine community. I support our Co-op, the original Friday Farmers’ Market, our local farmers, our local businesses, our organizations such as Our Town Belfast ...
  • I recently attended the latest Nordic Aquafarms (NAF) public hearing. It certainly appears that NAF has learned a few tricks on how American politics can work in our great country. First find influential government officials to serve as ...
  • With Hillary Clinton no longer on the scene to be vilified, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) and her Green New Deal (GND) are fast becoming the new stalking horse of President Donald Trump and the Republican Party. The lie that the Green New ...
  • Have you heard that politicians and political pundits are taking Facebook to task for not eradicating lies and propaganda posted by foreign governments? Have you heard that American voters are befuddled and confused by the lies that ...
  • For most people, owning their own home is a major goal, a cherished dream. Some choose the vibrancy of a big city; others look for a small town such as Rockport with its preserved open spaces, like Memorial Park. Now with the parking ...
  • To all democrats don’t let your pants get in a bunch! Attorney General Barr will release as much of the full report as he legally can when he can. Mr. Barr is not going to be like the demo-crats who started this fiasco with a lie to the FISA court ...
  • We are grateful the Rockport Select Board, at its April 8 meeting, will consider reducing the number of planned parking spaces in the lot along Limerock Street. We continue to be very concerned that the current plans include a library building ...
  • Rock City Employee Cooperative Donates to Trekkers in First Annual Co-op Party Fundraiser—
    The Rock City Employee Cooperative in downtown Rockland donated $1,367 to Trekkers from their First Annual Co-op Party on March 9. Rock City selected Trekkers to be the beneficiary of the inaugural community fundraising event....
  • There are so many wonderful people in this world that it would almost be unfair to pick just one. Well, I am going to pick one and tell you what I know about him. His name is Gordon and he is the manager of the Camden Area Christian ...
  • This spring, Maine’s midcoast area is experiencing an increase in invasive and destructive insects. The hemlock wooly adelgid’s presence is expanding in our native hemlocks, browntail moth is now prevalent in our red oaks ...
  • I appreciate Lance Tapley’s article [March 24] on dreadful prison problems. The situation is so very troubling. There is no reference in this article to one I saw a few months ago about intentions to place mentally ill prisoners in medical facilities....
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