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Friday, April 19, 2019
  • On Sunday, March 17, in response to the mass shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, two days before, the people gathered for worship at Nativity Lutheran Church, Rockport, prayed “move us to end hate ...
  • The recent Working Waterfront contains two interesting articles. One details concerns about the growing number of visitors in Acadia National Park; one details the concerns of Peaks Island residents who fear that a proposed new ...
  • On Wednesday, April 10, the Frances Perkins Center welcomes the public to attend a premiere showing of the recently completed documentary “Highlights of the Life and Legacy of Frances Perkins.” The event will take place at ...
  • We’ve all seen the news stories about overdose deaths of young people, of babies born drug affected and of our jails and prisons full of people addicted to drugs. It feels overwhelming. It feels too big for most of us to believe ...
  • To Sen. Miramant, re. Vaccinations—
    I read about your comments in Augusta related to LD 798 and the risks of vaccinations. This is very disturbing. Your impression is quite wrong and your statements encourage a public behavior which puts the larger population at risk....
  • In his March 21 opinion column, Andy O’Brien missed a lot of the discussion. I’m not sure how much time he dedicated to attending or listening to the testimony at the public hearing for LD 798, a bill to repeal all non-medical exemptions ...
  • Just read Andy O’Brien’s column in last week’s Free Press — thank you for detailing how both left and right wing politicians are buying in to the rumors and debunked myths about vaccines. People forget. I have a few quarantine posters ...
  • I attended CMCA’s recent “opening” on a friend’s invitation and I must say — what utter nonsense it was. The event was nauseating. It was nothing more than an outing with free booze for a bunch of entitled white people. The institution and ...
  • Do you want your tax dollars to cover elective abortions in Maine? LD 820 is a new bill that would force you as a taxpayer to do so. It would coerce private Maine insurers to do the same. The bill is supposed to be about “health care” ...
  • Now that, perhaps, the new ice season is over, we can take stock and think how to better cope in future winters of the thermometer swinging back and forth around freezing, melting and re-freezing to ice then snow and more frequent rain....
  • Figures don’t lie, but liars figure! Those old aphorisms keep coming back, their relevance undiminished by time! The public hearing in Augusta on LD 640, the study of the effects of the proposed power line that would cut a wide swath ...
  • American Cancer Society Seeks Volunteers—
    The American Cancer Society is seeking local volunteers to be a part of the annual Relay For Life and Making Strides Against Breast Cancer events, the Society’s signature non-competitive fundraiser walks, throughout the state of Maine....
  • Midcoast Humane Launches No Paw Left Behind—
    Every animal deserves a forever home. This is the core belief behind Midcoast Humane’s new campaign, No Paw Left Behind, a community initiative to help long-term, overlooked pets find their forever homes. Led by volunteers and ...
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