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Wednesday, January 16, 2019
  • If ever our community wanted to demonstrate its commitment to address the drug addiction epidemic in our neighborhoods, the public support for the purchase of 63 Washington Street in Camden made it very clear: Our community . . .
  • I commend Don Loprieno for writing a comprehensive, thoughtful and patient letter reminding motorists to shut off their engines when parked. I have written about this several times over recent years, and as a professional automobile . . .
  • Hundreds of years ago, kings and emperors used soldiers to build castles and high stone walls to protect their wealth. Later governments abandoned their castles and walls when technology rendered them impractical or laughably . . .
  • In 2018, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) gave us 12 years to dramatically transition away from an economy, and lifestyles, dependent on fossil fuels. If we do not, within the lifetimes of many of us, and . . .
  • Vulgarity is the coin of the realm. But last week we heard Republicans throughout the realm along with their leader accusing Rep. Tlaib, a Congresswoman from Michigan, of “vulgarity” and of “dishonoring” herself. . . .
  • For the past few years, Midcoast Recreation Center (MRC) has been working hard to create an array of skating and hockey programs specifically focused on teaching children how to move well while being safe and having fun on . . .
  • Rockland City Council is currently in the process of making significant changes to the zoning ordinances of the entire city. Reduced frontage requirements, lowering of minimum setbacks, coupled with increases to allowable . . .
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Food Drive at Thomaston Public Library's Communi-TEA—
    “Celebrate Our Neighbors!” Now that the pressure and rush of the holiday season is over, let’s get back to rejoicing in our community and reconnecting with our neighbors at Communi-TEA at Thomaston Public Library. The event starts . . .
  • I don’t know about other people but, personally, I’m tired of the government using its citizens as pawns in their power struggles to be King of the Hill. It is not right to hold the different departments of the government hostage so they can . . .
  • New Hope for Women would like to express our deepest gratitude to the many businesses, groups and individuals who participated in this year’s holiday family adoption program and helped make it a great success. We appreciate the . . .
  • In the spirit of the season, in late December, a group of Waldoboro residents got together to celebrate their friendship and their community. Approximately 30 neighbors gathered at Odd Alewives Farm Brewery in Waldoboro to enjoy each . . .
  • AIO Food Pantry and Emergency Assistance invites any government employee in Knox County affected by the shutdown who needs food or heating assistance to come to the food pantry at 70 Thomaston Street in Rockland. . . .
  • Rockland citizens, especially property owners, ought to be present at the next city council meeting in Rockland [on Monday, January 14]. The council is set to vote on some sweeping zoning changes which will affect everyone who . . .
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