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Saturday, September 21, 2019
  • Several Select Board members have suggested that it may be time to re-examine the details of Camden’s noise ordinance. Since the ordinance was created back in 2015, it is worth revisiting its appropriateness. No matter what ...
  • The Camden Lions Club would like to thank our community and summer visitors for their tremendous support this summer with the returnable bottles and cans program at the Camden, Hope, Lincolnville and Rockport transfer station ...
  • The Father of My Country would just roll over and lay down and die to think someone wrested my body from me. He would rise up and say, little girl, it’s yours. Don’t throw your dreams into the Delaware. I am sure they will be prepared ...
  • Both of these columns were on target and should be agreeable to any Mainer with a mind to know what’s going on in the world. My wife and I took our daughter and her friend to Port Clyde by boat for a visit and lunch this past week....
  • The committee for the Millay Festival (which takes place in Rockland this weekend of September 6 and 7) had hoped to have pop-up poets recite a few of Edna St. Vincent Millay’s poems in local eateries this weekend. Although the recitations ...
  • Big thanks to the local businesses who contributed to the success of the ninth annual Blueberry Cove benefit half marathon, held August 25 in St. George. These supporters include Harbor Builders of Tenants Harbor ...
  • As President Trump once again backpeddles away from his statements in support of modest gun-control measures (i.e. full background checks on all gun purchases) made in the aftermath of horrendous mass shootings, his fealty ...
  • In response to August 22 and 29 Free Press letters (“Blueberries and Privilege” by Molly Mulhern and “When Local Kids Raked Berries” by Rodney Lynch, respectively), if I had lived in Camden, my sister and I would have been ...
  • Last week’s blueberry lament letter hit a new low for “white privilege” commentary. The writer was aggrieved by the sight of pickers bent over on a hot day harvesting the crop while noting none of them were locals....
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