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  • Published
    July 22, 2022

    Knox County Gleaners invites volunteers

    Knox County Gleaners is a local nonprofit helping farmers use their surplus crops while supporting the food insecure in the county.

  • Published
    July 21, 2022

    Mid-Coast Forum Announces Remainder of 2022 Schedule

    The next Mid-Coast Forum on Foreign Relations speaker will be Retired Admiral Michael Rogers, former director of the National Security Agency.=, who will discuss “Russia-Ukraine: how did we get here and what does it portend for the future?”

  • Published
    July 18, 2022

    Knox Clinic presents results of Barriers to Care survey

    Knox Clinic Executive Director Meredith Batley will discuss new efforts by the organization that could impact access to affordable care for the community.

  • Published
    June 9, 2022

    Camden-Rockport Historical Society presents Living History event

    The Troops at Camden, Maine, living history interpreters of the period 1779-1814, will be encamped on the grounds of the 1770s Thorndike Homestead in Camden June 18.

  • Published
    May 17, 2022

    Union Fair 6th Annual Car Show

    The Union Fair will hold the first of two events in the 6th Annual Car Show Saturday May 21, with a rain date of Sunday May 22, at the Union Fairgrounds.

  • Published
    April 10, 2022

    It’s Maine Pottery Tour time

    The 10th annual event is Saturday, April 30, and Sunday, May 1.

  • Published
    February 24, 2022

    For Bernier, it’s good to be different

    Selling records, taking down Brown Tail Moths, and tree work, Bernier adds published author to resume.

  • Published
    January 19, 2022

    Camden plans pedestrian bridge, tannery development

    The Camden Select Board voted Jan. 18 to move forward with plans for a Rawson Avenue pedestrian bridge and work on drafting an agreement for development of the former tannery site.

  • Published
    January 17, 2022

    When MLK came to Maine

    When Martin Luther King Jr. visited Maine in 1964, he spoke about the civil rights movement and the status of race relations. While there had been much progress, King said, there was a still a long journey ahead.

  • Published
    January 11, 2022

    Lincolnville residents sign petitions opposing proposed pier

    A proposed 300-foot pier, with seasonal ramp and float, has an Army Corps of Engineer permit and is going through state environmental review.

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