By Kathreen Harrison - Jul 31
As I was walking down Church Hill today the potential of our nation torpedoed toward and then past me in the form of a vigorous 8-year-old girl. ...
The Trial and Conviction of Reed Black
There have been a few times in my life when I felt, psychologically, that a man was smiling at me just ...
By Kris Ferrazza - Jul 31
The other day I was reading a parenting blog where a woman admitted she had nearly watched her young daughter hang by the neck until dead.
In a ...
Reed Black trial, conviction
There have been a few times in my life when I felt, psychologically, that a man was smiling at me just before he hit ...
By Lynette L. Walther - Jul 31
Many of our vegetable gardens are coming into their own now, offering up baskets of beans, tomatoes, corn perhaps and enough zucchini to feed a ...
By David Grima - Jul 31
The South End below Main Street was once full of children, but these days it is a quieter place and the children are fewer and far between. They ...
By Reade Brower - Jul 31
“People are like stained glass windows: they sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when darkness sets in their true beauty is revealed only ...
By Sarah E. Reynolds - Jul 30
The mail contained a form from the Opt-Out Department.
It had been sent to me because I had clicked the opt-out link on the financial offer that ...
By Betty Heald - Jul 25
This week's column is dedicated to John Cuozzo and his wife ... music and food just seem to go well together, I believe.
Orange Juice Muffins ...
By David Grima - Jul 25
Greetings from the west concrete tower at the foot of Mechanic Street. I have been inundated with guests all week, although I cannot fathom why ...
I, Wayne Leach, am speaking for myself, both as an individual, and as a member of the group of four Maine men who identify ourselves ...
By Tom Seymour - Jul 24
They’re back. Insect pests are chewing our vegetables that we worked so hard to grow and tend. We’ll never get rid of all the bad insects, but we ...
By Kathreen Harrison - Jul 24
Amidst all our work with the Common Core, Mass-Customized Learning, technology, proficiency-based education, and the collection and use of data, ...
A clarification on position
I read with great interest what you wrote about the approval by the Planning Board to send to the Select Board the ...
By Reade Brower - Jul 24
“Our society must make it right and possible for old people not to fear the young or be deserted by them, for the test of a civilization is the ...
By Barbara F. Dyer - Jul 24
Yes, I know I “put down my pen” after 30 years, but by request from many readers and my addictions to saving Camden history, the pen jumped right ...
By Jim Matlack - Jul 23
Mississippi recently held a statewide election in which for the first time a “Voter I.D.” was required before being allowed to vote. This provision...
By Dwight Collins - Jul 23
I have never, ever seen anything that can control a person's emotions like one simple post of Facebook. While I have termed the site a necessary ...
By Terry Economy - Jul 19
From the 1930s to right before World War II, Economy's Fruit had a delivery truck that would deliver fruit and produce on a weekly basis to the ...
By Paul Ackerman - Jul 19
In last week’s column, an outline of the sources which fund Maine government, illustrated graphically that the state is dependent on the federal ...