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Wednesday, August 15, 2018
  • Barbara Crowley, certified yoga nidra instructor, is offering an introductory class in guided meditation on Monday, August 20, from 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. at Sweet Tree Arts, 4 Church Street in Hope. According to Crowley, guided deep . . .
  • Have you had a skin check in the last 12 months? Do you have an area of concern? Tori Hall Lowe, PA-C, will offer free skin screenings for uninsured patients on Wednesday, August 15, from 9 a.m. to noon, at Pen Bay Surgical . . .
  • Following a recent restaurant’s refusal of service due to her association with President Trump, Press Secretary Sarah Sanders responded by expressing her wish that we might all benefit by becoming more tolerant, respectful . . .
  • With few exceptions, I noticed The Free Press is publishing a consistent stream of local support for abortion on demand now that Justice Kennedy is retiring. Chellie Pingree, predictably, even called judicial opposition to it “egregious” . . .
  • As grandmothers, we are very concerned about the federal government’s proposed changes to the Title X funding which would deprive many low-income women of scientifically based reproductive health care. We are a group of women . . .
  • Now is the time to show whether you truly believe in the principles of a democratic republic — care about stewardship of the planet and a decent life for its inhabitants — or whether you are content to appease corporate power . . .
  • Help us fill the tent again! The Friends of Rockland Public Library are teaming up again and are now accepting donations for their fourth annual Tag Sale, being held Saturday, August 18, on the Union Street side of the library. . . .
  • In Maine, with long winters and high heating costs, the financial burden of medical care without Medicare coverage could not be afforded on a retiree’s fixed income. In 2015, Maine Medicare beneficiaries had a median personal income . . .
  • When are you going to have your Margaret Chase Smith moment and stand up to the destructive behavior of President Trump in a meaningful way? He is completely changing the texture of the Republican Party and the entire political . . .
  • Flowers in the field all around . . .
  • All the complaints for increased CMP bills are focused on consumers’ electrical usage. Yes, there was a rate increase (which amounted to about 6 percent); but nobody has focused on the “delivery charge,” which doubled our bill! . . .
  • CMP’s customer service emailed the following letter to its online customers on July 20: As you may know, the Maine Public Utilities Commission (MPUC) has opened an investigation of CMP’s meter, billing and customer communications. . . .
  • In partnership with Lincoln Health, Central Lincoln County (CLC) YMCA and Boothbay Region (BR) YMCA have been making a concerted effort to support people in the community with chronic disease by increasing their base . . .
  • Sea Dog Brewing Company in Camden has partnered with P.A.W.S. Animal Adoption Center to promote their second annual Tree of Lights fundraising campaign in an effort to help shine a light in honor of beloved pets in our community. . . .
  • When will it be enough? What will make it clear to Senators Susan Collins and Angus King that Trump cannot continue in office? He will destroy us, individually and as a nation. This goes beyond party lines. I think both Senators . . .
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