Yes to CRMS Building Project
I am voting YES for this project. Yep, it's a big number, and yes, it will increase my taxes. However, my taxes are ...
By Kathreen Harrison - Jan 29
For better and worse, our species has a new toy -- technology -- that consumes a great deal of attention both in and out of schools. In schools, ...
There is a growing frustration across the community about the delay in the opening of the town-owned Snow Bowl and cost overruns in the $6.5 ...
By David Grima - Jan 29
At lunchtime this Monday a bedraggled little pigeon fell out of the sky onto the roof of the north tower at the foot of Mechanic Street, where I ...
By Lynette L. Walther - Jan 29
Fifty days until spring. How does that sound? I suppose that depending on whether you are a glass half-full or half-empty kind of person, it could ...
By Chelsea Maude Avirett - Jan 29
“See that new hotel going up on the corner?” my neighbor asked the other day. “Property taxes are going up.” I like shiny new buildings (and, ...
By Phil Crossman - Jan 29
A major storm is approaching, historic — one forecaster characterized it.
Maybe it will be, but so often these forecasts are wide of the mark. ...
By Paul Ackerman - Jan 29
The advertising flyer supplementing many electric bills in Maine presents the smiling visage of a hardy-looking, flannel-clad “lineman” extolling ...
Promising support for clean elections
In 1996 Maine voters enacted the first program in the country which allowed legislative and gubernatorial ...
By Diamond - Jan 29
I’ve been with ‘Jennifer’ for 16 years. We used to live in a house full of friends, then she and I paired off and moved in together. ...
By Reade Brower - Jan 29
"If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart.”
The Camden Conservation Commission sent the following letter to the Camden Planning Board in December and five of the six Conversation Commission ...
We're writing this letter to attempt to convince the electorate of Camden and Rockport to vote against the building of a new middle school. The ...
By Betty Heald - Jan 26
This weeks column is dedicated to sisters — we can never have too many.
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By Betty Heald - Jan 23
This week's column is dedicated to all my Italian friends.
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This week, the nation honored the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., as it has since 1994, when the third Monday in January was declared a national ...
Takes issue with support for LePage
In his support for Gov. [Paul] LePages’ initiatives, Dale Landrith Sr ‘s Another View column takes aim at ...
By Phil Crossman - Jan 22
The issue of literacy is raising its inquiring head on Vinalhaven.
Of course most of us can read; some of us even go out of our way to settle in ...
By Lawrence Reichard - Jan 22
As of this writing, gas is down to $2.08 per gallon in Belfast, and below $2 in southern Maine, and who knows, by the time you read these words it ...
By Chelsea Maude Avirett - Jan 22
In a single year, Rockland citizens volunteered more than 3,000 hours at the Rockland Public Library. They shelved books, staffed the book shop, ...