By Sarah E. Reynolds - Aug 27
A couple of weeks ago, we went on vacation to the Adirondacks, where we shared a lakeside house with one of my brothers.
The weather was beautiful ...
By Barbara Dyer - Aug 24
The last group in my history of “summer cottages” around Camden and Rockport is about the cottages on Beauchamp Point. It was the Council of ...
By Ken Frederic - Aug 23
“Try not. Do or do not. There is no try.” — Yoda
“Never give in — never, never, never, never, in nothing great or small, large or petty, never ...
By Betty Heald - Aug 22
This week's column is dedicated to Keith - a very interesting innkeeper!
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By David Miramant - Aug 22
When asked how many homes I had visited during my campaigns for the House and Senate, I checked and found that I have been to more than 10,000 ...
By Tom Seymour - Aug 21
That pesky “drip-drip-drip” happens sooner or later to all faucets. In the early stages of a leaky faucet, the problem usually goes away by simply ...
By The Courier-Gazette ... - Aug 21
Over the past few weeks, you have likely been subjected to several videos on Facebook or in the news of people giddily throwing buckets of ice ...
Biscone responds to Sussman House questions
In response to Pat Putnum's questions regarding Oncology changes at Pen Bay Medical Center.
1. The ...
Changes at Pen Bay
In response to Pat Putnum's questions regarding oncology changes at Pen Bay Medical Center.
1. The Sussman Hospice House will ...
By David Grima - Aug 21
The South End tent evangelist seemed to be attracting a good crowd when I drove back into town on Sunday evening. N and I had gone out to buy a ...
By Reade Brower - Aug 21
“Often the accurate answer to a usage question begins, ‘It depends.’ And what it depends on most often is where you are, who you are, who your ...
By Staff - Aug 20
We posed the question in an online poll asking what local residents would like to ask candidates running for office in November. We received about ...
By Dwight Collins - Aug 20
As a kid growing up on the Midcoast, the start of the Union Fair was a sure sign that summer was coming to an end and school was just around the ...
By Corelyn Senn - Aug 20
Thomas Cemetery is one of three cemeteries on High Street. It is on land that was settled by Joseph Thomas who, in 1773, claimed land on the south ...
By Barbara Dyer - Aug 17
Included with the “summer cottages” should be some on High Street and under the mountains. Many cannot be seen from Atlantic Highway (Route 1 or ...
In this week's On The Line poll, we asked if people could afford their health care and whether the role of government in providing health care ...
By Jan Dolcater - Aug 16
Over the past year, we have had to deal with a series of disastrous circumstances that have caused concern and consternation across all areas of ...
By Kris Ferrazza - Aug 15
It’s been a rough summer for arachnophobes.
A Kansas woman set fire to her home in June, using a lighter to ignite some towels in hopes of killing ...
By David Grima - Aug 15
I focused my bent telescope on Snow Marine Park, peering from the west concrete tower where I live at the foot of Mechanic Street. I was looking ...
Summer does not officially end in our patch of Midcoast until after the Union Fair, but we are looking forward to the next big season, the final ...