By David Grima - May 17
I am not a gardener, and know almost nothing about how to manage a garden. This is why I am all the more serious about good things that happen ...
By Tom Seymour - May 17
You are going to grow vegetables this year, your first-ever garden. Congratulations. Nothing beats home-grown vegetables. A garden, even a small ...
By Betty Heald - May 17
This week's column is dedicated to the folks who work at the Hilltop Restaurant on Route 202 in Knox. They not only have a lovely view but a ...
Think, act collectively
I'd like to respond to the question asked in last week's Heard on the Street column: "How can our public schools be ...
By Caroline Knight - May 16
What is clinical research?
Clinical research, also referred to as clinical trials or research studies, involves researchers who directly observe ...
By Eileen Hawkins - May 16
Stroke is the number four cause of death in this country and the leading cause of adult disability. Stroke claims more than 137,000 lives each ...
By The Courier-Gazette ... - May 16
"Nearly a half million babies in the United States — that's 1 out of every 9 — are born premature each year." — Centers for Disease Control
By by Kris Ferrazza - May 16
Basically, I shush people for a living.
This is ironic, as I tend to be one of the chattier people on the planet. So last year when I announced I ...
Thanks Hartstone Inn
The Rockport Garden Club would like to express their thanks to Mary Jo Brink and her husband Chef Michael Salmon for hosting ...
By Vicki Fletcher - May 16
Dad always said he wanted to write his own “swan song,” but, sadly, the recent fatigue and discomfort of pancreatic cancer has kept him from doing ...
By Betty Heald - May 10
This week's column is dedicated to all the veterinarians in the state of Maine who help keep our special pets hale and healthy.
By David Grima - May 10
Bored almost to tears by the ordinary stuff of life, Fabulous Bob and I recently conducted an experiment with his indoor-outdoor thermometer.
By George Chappell - May 10
While walking the outline of Harbor Park,
I turn and see barges and lobster smacks
before gathering in all of the view.
The horizon holds me, ...
By Lynette L. Walther - May 10
Indeed it is one of the hottest garden trends around, and growing things in containers can solve all sorts of gardening dilemmas. But I owe it to ...
I commend John Gibbons for his letter to the editor in The Courier-Gazette dated April 25, 2013, titled "Only in Union." Mr. Gibbons ...
By The Courier-Gazette ... - May 09
Our guess is that some local educators and school administrators have had better weeks.
Right in the middle of trying to get their budgets passed ...
By Chris Quimby - May 09
It is one thing to say you believe in something. It is entirely different to allow that stated belief to have its work in you, for good or for ...
Return control to citizens
On June 11, the voters of Lincolnville will be presented with a secret ballot choice to amend our town charter by ...
By Reade Brower - May 08
"Useless laws weaken the necessary laws " — Charles de Montesquieu, philosopher and writer (1689–1755)
Let’s start a movement. It needs to be ...
By Linda Hall-Stone - May 08
A search through Camden Herald archives revealed the following:
One year ago, 2012
As Lark Carrier made her way home from Boston she glimpsed a ...