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    January 30, 2013

    Lincolnville selectmen discuss impacts of LePage budget proposals

    Maine District 23 State Sen. Michael Thibodeau and Maine District 44 State Rep. Jethro Pease were among attendees at a regularly scheduled meeting of the Lincolnville Board of Selectmen Jan. 28. The two elected officials were invited to attend a discussion of the estimated impacts of Gov. Paul LePage’s proposed fiscal year 2014-2015 budget on the town of Lincolnville. Discussion of the proposed state budget was …

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    January 26, 2013

    Injured man on roof rescued with fire department ladder truck

    Camden First Aid Association and Camden Fire Department worked together to aid a man who was injured while working on a roof at Quarry Hill in Camden around 12:30 p.m. Jan. 25, said Camden firefighter Cheyne Hansen. Camden First Aid responded to a report of an injured worker on the roof a building at Quarry Hill, a village-style, Camden facility which offers independent living, assisted living and nursing …

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    January 25, 2013

    Multiple agencies assist with Camden oil spill

    Camden Fire and Police departments were aided by outside agencies including the Department of Environmental Protection and Maine Marine Patrol in the assessment and cleanup of a minor oil spill Jan. 24. The spill was attributed to an overflowing fuel tank outside Inn at Camden Place, said Camden firefighter Cheyne Hansen. Hansen said Camden Police Detective Curt Andrick was alerted to the spill Thursday morning; …

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    January 25, 2013

    Lincolnville Farmers' Market open year-round

    Vendors who sell their wares at the Lincolnville Farmer’s Market are working to get the word out about the market’s year-round presence in Lincolnville Center, said dairy farmer Andy Smith. The market is open Saturday mornings from 9 a.m. to noon in the former Grampa Hall’s antiques space at the corner of Heal Road and Route 52 — the building is also the temporary home of Lincolnville Community Library. The …

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    January 24, 2013

    Deputies make security recommendations to local schools

    Deputies from the Knox County Sheriff’s Office are working with local schools to make security recommendations in the wake of the tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary on Dec. 14, said Knox County Sheriff Donna Dennison. Dennison said in an email she “sent teams to visit schools shortly after the incident [in Connecticut] to reassure the teachers and children” and initiate a supportive relationship between …

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    January 22, 2013

    Lincolnville residents file petition to change charter wording

    A group of Lincolnville residents filed a charter amendment petition with the town of Lincolnville Tuesday, Jan. 22. The petition seeks to amend the wording of the town’s law enforcement charter, Section 505 B, to make the employment of a local police department in Lincolnville optional rather than mandatory. The group has been working to gather signatures since early November 2012, and set up a table at the …

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    January 21, 2013

    Camden Snow Bowl to be featured on Boston news program

    The Camden Snow Bowl toboggan chute and Hope Elephants are among the local attractions to be featured on an upcoming episode of Chronicle, a news magazine program that airs nightly on Boston-based ABC affiliate WCVB channel 5. Producer Maggy Harper was at Camden Snow Bowl on Jan. 21 preparing for a run down the toboggan chute. Ski instructor Andrew Dailey was on hand to show Harper around and inform her about the …

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    January 21, 2013

    Two injured in Lincolnville rollover

    A single-vehicle rollover crash in Lincolnville sent a mother and daughter to Waldo County General Hospital around 12:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 21. Jenny Jones, 40, of Lincolnville and her 8-year-old daughter were inside a 2004 Nissan Pathfinder traveling Heal Road when Jones failed to negotiate the corner where Heal Road intersects with Proctor Road and she lost control of the vehicle, according to police. The …

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    January 21, 2013

    Camden couple rallies in defense of rabbits

    A Camden couple wants local restaurants to stop serving rabbit and they’re taking steps to make their dislike of rabbit-on-the-menu known. Jan. 19, Wendy and Ray Andresen spent about two hours between noon and 2 p.m. outside Long Grain on Elm Street in Camden holding picket signs discouraging diners from eating at the popular Asian restaurant because rabbit sometimes appears on the menu there, said Long Grain …

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    January 18, 2013

    Hundreds of gray seal pups born on Knox County island

    It’s a bright, almost remarkably warm morning Jan. 15 as Captain John Morin assists a group of researchers in loading gear onto his 40-foot vessel Equinox at Journey’s End Marina. Rockland Harbor is aglow with morning sun and the reflection off the glass-calm water is nearly blinding. The group of six, hailing mostly from The Audubon Society, has chartered Equinox to investigate a malfunctioning webcam hosted on …

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