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Monday, February 18, 2019
  • Ryan Gamage touched many lives. As his family wrote in his obituary, “For those who knew him and accepted him as he was, there is a void in the lives of those people that simply will never be replaced. Addiction took many things ...
  • Speaking in public is someting that I absolutely hate! When a topic is close to my heart I will, which I did along with many others. My husband and I were born, raised, stayed, bought a house in Rockland and even have our ...
  • Many on the Rockland City Council, who recently moved to Rockland, seem to resent my questioning their assumptions. Before I retired, while maintaining a full time legal practice, I served as Chairman of the School Board ...
  • The country is a safer place than it was when President Trump took office ...
  • The John Street United Methodist Church in Camden has changed telephone service ...
  • The Hon. Paula Sutton’s recent letter was printed in the Bangor Daily News where it was featured as a paid advertisement with the author’s permission. Readers have reacted with numerous letters of support....
  • I have known Paula Sutton for eight years and in all that time I have never seen or heard any racist comments or actions from her. She is truly someone who does not judge someone “by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.” ...
  • Georges River Land Trust Loses Champion—
    Georges River Land Trust lost a quiet, influential, and important community member last week, Wickham Skinner. Wick’s resume was a long one of excellence in teaching, corporate governance, and community involvement, and will ...
  • Even if Virginia Governor Northam correctly disputes his presence in his infamous yearbook photograph, the rest of us cannot avoid undeniable inference from his initial acceptance of such possibility, and his apology (and then denial) ...
  • On the face of it, Maine has what seems like a wonderfully democratic and inclusive system. Briefly put, any constituent can contact her/his legislator and ask that person to submit a bill to the appropriate committee which ...
  • I was driving down Route 1 listening to a report on the radio about the school strike movement demanding action on climate change. A 17-year-old Canadian was asked why she walks out of high school every Friday to ...
  • Next month will be the anniversary of the Belfast Municipal Water District’s first hearings having to do with Nordic Aquafarm’s proposal to build a salmon facility in Belfast. It’s been a very busy year filled with discussions ...
  • On behalf of the AIO Food Pantry, Utility Assistance and Child Hunger Programs, we would like to thank everyone involved in providing the most successful Pies on Parade fundraiser to date! This 15th Annual Pies weekend ...
  • One of the worst things I witnessed in Augusta during the last legislative session was Democrat Assistant Majority Leader, Representative Erin Herbig, whipping votes, which involves pressuring lawmakers to vote a certain way....
  • Our country and especially 800,000 federal employees have just been put through an unnecessary ordeal due to President Trump’s fixation with a “Wall” on the U.S./Mexico border. His obsession with his Wall is both a purely ...
  • On January 23, 2005, the Historic Inns of Rockland held their first Pies on Parade Event. There was a blinding snowstorm that day and 50 brave pie participants made the trek to all five of the venues to help us raise a grand ...
  • Do you believe in the power of a magic wand? My fantasy side does. My reality side does not. I keep the two separate. It is considered normal behavior to be able to do that. trump (small “t” deliberate) cannot. That is Reality....
  • I always value Free Press reporter Andy O’Brien’s thoughtful and thorough articles and last week’s piece on Paula Sutton’s letter and Maine’s GOP leaders was no exception.… Sutton made no bones about her racism and her feelings ...
  • The Ragged Mountain Ski Patrol, a group of volunteer skiers who help keep the Camden Snow Bowl safe, fun and accessible, thanks the community and its businesses for helping to raise money for important patrol investments....
  • For the third year in a row, Knox County Homeless Coalition (with clients throughout Knox, Waldo, and half of Lincoln counties) through the help of the community was able to make wishes come true during the holidays for more than ...
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