P.A.W.S. thanks volunteers
This past Saturday 57 owned pets visited P.A.W.S. Animal Adoption Center’s future home at 123 John St. in Camden for a ...
Public safety is in need of community involvement.
There were approximately 12,000 firefighters in the early 1990s in Maine. That number now is in ...
By Betty Heald - May 21
This week's column is dedicated to our grandson Aubrey, Congratulations!
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By Barbara F. Dyer - May 21
About 11 years ago, I was in Camden National Bank and they had cats there in their carriers to be adopted. A cute little black shaggy cat, with ...
By Steven Roberts - May 21
It surprised me to see Rockland’s City Council vote unanimously on a resolution condemning the RSU 13 2015/2016 budget, particularly considering ...
By David Grima - May 21
Almost certainly this edition of the newspaper will carry some tale about gas being burned off from a propane tank near the Trade Winds on Sunday ...
By The Courier-Gazette ... - May 21
It takes a lot to get more than 100 people come out and pack City Hall for a budget meeting.
There are many better things to do on a May evening ...
By Phyllis Merriam - May 21
There once was a library by Carnegie
Where Rockland enjoyed books and culture
But Council said we require a rupture
The times they are a-changing
Supports Butler for Waldoboro Select Board
On June 9, Waldoboro citizens have an opportunity to vote a uniquely qualified candidate onto the Board ...
By Jan Dolcater - May 21
As we approach the long weekend for Memorial Day, I ask that you consider what significance that day has for you and your family. Is it just a ...
By Phil Crossman - May 21
Every state has designated a flower as its own. Maine is the only state not to have christened an actual blossom for that particular designation. ...
By Lynette L. Walther - May 21
A blessing in disguise, that’s what last winter’s tree damage gave us. Yes, it was frightening and devastating when those limbs began snapping and ...
By Corelyn Senn - May 21
Maplewood Cemetery is arguably the best known cemetery in Lincolnville, given its size and prominence along Ducktrap Road just off Route 1.
In its ...
By Daniel Dunkle - May 21
I wrestled with the idea of weighing in on proposed cuts to the Rockland Public Library.
It's no secret that I have a soft spot for libraries in ...
By Diamond - May 21
What would you say about people who are constantly late? Just asking.
-- Never On Time
Dear Never On Time,
Once I was sitting on a ...
By Reade Brower - May 21
“Truth does not change according to our ability to stomach it.”
Flannery O’Connor, writer; (1925-1964)
Most are sick and tired of the “deflategate...
By Kathreen Harrison - May 18
The Rockland City Council and the Courier-Gazette have rightly urged the residents of the towns of RSU 13 to attend the very important school ...
By Betty Heald - May 15
This week's column is dedicated to all you soup makers — how much more delicious than the "tin can" ones!
Lemony Chicken Soup
1/3 cup better, ...
The National Football League ruling to suspend New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and punish the team with fines and loss of draft picks, ...
No more poison
Spring in Camden means bird song and loon calls, yellow daffodils and light green treetops.
But to people living on and near Howe ...