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Friday, March 22, 2019
  • This letter is a follow-up to the February 21, 2019, Free Press column entitled “Notes from Lime City.” It was a well-written article and I look forward to reading future articles by the authors. One of the marginalized Rockland groups or ...
  • Local Businesses Train to Prevent Underage Drinking and Drunk Driving—
    On February 26, bar, restaurant and convenience store owners and staff received training that provided them with tools to help reduce underage drinking and drunk driving. The Responsible Beverage Server Training was ...
  • Monthly Homemade Baked Bean Supper Returns After Two-Year Hiatus—
    After a two-year hiatus, the American Legion Williams-Brazier Post 37, in Thomaston, hosted a homemade baked bean supper that was open to the public. Post 37 is one of the oldest, in average age, American Legions posts in Maine ...
  • On March 2, the greater Rockland community enjoyed pancakes cooked by Kerry Altiero, of Café Miranda, and John and Andrea Gamage, the uncle and aunt of Ryan Gamage, whom the event honored. Ryan’s partner, Liz Thompson ...
  • While Governor Mills may have good intentions, her statement that the transmission lines crossing through Maine will cost Mainers nothing is like saying the iconic Maine forests, rivers and streams have no value. We cannot on the ...
  • Good morning, Dave, I am writing, perhaps too late, to take issue with your sponsorship of bill to do away with the Electoral College in favor of the National Popular Vote State Compact. First and foremost, I don’t presume that I ...
  • This past week Susan Collins was the only Republican Senator who voted against confirming Andrew Wheeler, a former coal lobbyist, to head the Environmental Protection Agency. Cynics will say she her vote was merely symbolic ...
  • The arguably least religious president ever has attracted to his standard some of the most radical religious elements, some of whom claim that he is doing “God’s Work.” (God works in wondrous ways.) Those who claim to know what ...
  • On the Question of the Chickadee....
    Cartoon by Greg Kearney.
  • We would like to offer a letter of gratitude, both for Helene Bok’s vision in creating the Children’s Chapel and for all the people who have carried on that vision since 1962. We are thankful for the expertise, dependability and creative ...
  • Waldoboro Farmers Market Seeks Vendors for Sixth Season—
    In 2019, the Waldoboro Farmers Market will be found at the Waldoboro Town Office on the front lawn. The town office is at 1600 Atlantic Highway next to Depot Street and across from Bella Gia’s Restaurant. This more visible and ...
  • The Thomaston Library staff and volunteers provide amazing service to their patrons with smiles, competence and eagerness. They quickly interrupt their various tasks to give you full attention as they provide outstanding assistance....
  • There was a recent flap about Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand using cutlery at a chicken and waffles place. Oh, those elitist Democrats! As anyone who has ever dug for clams or sandworms knows, you keep your tool hand clean and use your ...
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