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Glenn Billington is a lifelong resident of Rockland and has worked for The Courier-Gazette and The Free Press since 1989.

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    July 23, 2021

    Winola in time

    Glenn Billington is a lifelong resident of Rockland and has worked for The Courier-Gazette and The Free Press since 1989.

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    July 16, 2021

    Dump running

    Glenn Billington is a lifelong resident of Rockland and has worked for The Courier-Gazette and The Free Press since 1989.

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    July 7, 2021

    Luke’s ride

    Glenn Billington is a lifelong resident of Rockland and has worked for The Courier-Gazette and The Free Press since 1989.

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    July 2, 2021

    Riders

    Glenn Billington is a lifelong resident of Rockland and has worked for The Courier-Gazette and The Free Press since 1989.

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    June 25, 2021

    Brown rice burgers

    She was from Michigan, tall, big boned with a big smile. She had dimples and looked like Jennifer Garner. Her name was Cheryl Sue Miller. She was only around for a short time back in the 70s. She lived in a cottage on Barretts Cove in Camden. She was my best friend’s Ed’s, girlfriend. She […]

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    June 17, 2021

    Marley will not take a check

    We live at Marley’s house. Marley is a 5-year-old Maine Coon cat with a voice like a little boy. This morning, he was frustrated because some of the doors were closed, and places were unavailable. In this case, the cellar. It is a wonderful place with lots of things to see. A museum for cats, […]

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    June 10, 2021

    Beatles and Mustangs

    As a small boy, I became very interested in cars. It may have been inspired by my Uncle Jim, a mechanic, who gave me toy Edsels for my birthday every year. In that time, all new cars were introduced in the fall. This built up anticipation for new models that changed every year or two. There was a parking lot car show every fall at the shopping center on Maverick Street in Rockland. All local dealers brought their …

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    June 3, 2021

    Harry French’s ashtray

    A couple of weeks ago, Kerry Altiero texted me a photo of a pastel-colored object that was square and had what appeared to be three dimples in the middle. Unable to really figure out what I was looking at, I texted back, “an intake manifold to hold three two-barrel carbs.” I was joking, but felt the need to make a stab at it. Right away, I got a reply. “No, it’s the ashtray from Harry French’s garage! I was blown …

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