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Camden, Maine is located in Knox County. Zip codes in Camden, ME include 04843, and 04847. The median home price in Camden is $349,000. More Camden information.

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13 hrs ago | Herald Gazette

Heritage Tree Register to be program topic

The Camden Conservation Commission will host a public program about the town's Heritage Tree Register at its regular monthly meeting, Wednesday, July 30, at 7 p.m. at the Washington Street conference room.

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16 hrs ago | Capital Weekly

Storybook Princesses' jazz ballet

Atlantic Ballet Company, the performing troupe of P2PDance Center, will present "Storybook Princesses" Friday, Aug. 1, at 6 p.m., at the Camden-Rockport Middle School, Knowlton Street.

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Tue Jul 22, 2014

Herald Gazette

Andres Lascoutx and Peter Neils perform Thursday at The Chowder House

Midcoast Maine is lucky to have both Andre Lascoutx & Peter Neils performing original songs & chosen selections from other artists on Thursday July 24th.

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Herald Gazette

Camden | $275,900

Custom Designed and Built with care in 2006. 1st Floor master suite, Radiant heat, Gas fireplace in living room.

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Herald Gazette

Freedom | $149,000

This classic 1940's cottage is nestled just 25' from the shore of beautiful Sandy Pond just minutes from Belfast and Penobscot Bay.

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Mon Jul 21, 2014

Herald Gazette

Black guilty on all counts

A jury of 11 women and one man deliberated for an hour and a half July 21 before finding Charles Reed Black, the former Camden man accused of trying to kill his then-wife by pushing her off Maiden Cliff, guilty of all charges.

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Capital Weekly

Women's Work' 2104: mind over media

The ninth annual Women's Works Dance Festival will present "Women's Works: trans form" Friday and Saturday, Aug. 1 and 2, at 7 p.m.; and Sunday, Aug. 3, at 5 p.m. at the Rockport Opera House, 6 Central St. Tickets are $15 , available in advance at Bella Books in Belfast and HAV II in Camden; and at the door before performances.

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The Harbor Times Soup

What really is Truth?

The meeting begins with a hymn sung by all, then Inspirational readings from the desk are read by the Reader, The Lord's Prayer is prayed and a hymn is sung followed by those present who would like to share how prayer has helped heal challenges in their lives.

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The Harbor Times Soup

Summer show showcases 'the stable'

Since its 2013 expansion, Maine Farmland Trust Gallery, 97 Main St., has used the term "stable artists" to refer to a growing group of artists who collaborate with the trust year-round in support of its mission of supporting farmers and protecting farmland.

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Sun Jul 20, 2014

Capital Weekly

Red Cloak haunted history tours expand to Rockland, Hallowell

The lantern lit walking tours, led by the mysterious Lady in the Red Cloak, explore ghosts and history, spirits and mystery.

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Examiner.com

Husband hits wife with rock and shoves her off a cliff

Wanting to enjoy their retirement, Charles and Lisa Black left their careers as teachers and moved from Kansas to Maine.

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Sat Jul 19, 2014

Bangor Daily News

No takers for several town-owned lands along midcoast

Thomaston has been trying to entice developers for several years to develop land on Route 1 zoned for commercial and residential uses, and Camden has 3 acres it has tried to give away to any business willing to create jobs, but both communities have not found takers for their properties.

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Fri Jul 18, 2014

Herald Gazette

The Bard is back in the Amphitheatre

Shakespeare returns to the Camden Amphitheatre with performances of "As You Like It" beginning Friday evening, July 25. The play will be presented Fridays at 6 p.m. and Sundays at 5 p.m. through Aug. 10. Presented in conjunction with Camden Public Library, this production features professional actors from Maine and across the country, staged with ... (more)

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Herald Gazette

Quarry Hill residents took a joyride back in time as the Camden...

Quarry Hill residents took a joyride back in time as the Camden older-adult community hosted its third annual Classic Cars Cruise-In on July 9. Against a backdrop of live, old-time music, local antique-car aficionados took folks for a spin in some the Midcoast's best preserved relics of the heyday of American motoring.

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Herald Gazette

'Millennial muscle' flexes for Midcoast Habitat

The past few weeks have seen a steady stream of hard-working volunteers giving their time and talents to Midcoast Habitat for Humanity, and not all of them are retirees with extra hours on their hands.

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Herald Gazette

Robarts presented Boston Post Cane

Vernette Cross Robarts, 101, was ceremoniously presented with Camden's Boston Post Cane by Select Board Chairman Martin Cates July 18. The cane was bestowed on Robarts as the oldest living long-term resident of Camden and her name was added to the list displayed at the town office, where the actual cane is also kept, as is tradition.

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Sun Journal

Prosecutors make case in Maine cliff push trial

Prosecutors are continuing to present their case in the trial of a man accused of pushing his then-wife off a cliff in a Maine state park.

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Thu Jul 17, 2014

Herald Gazette

Northport | $895,000

Oceanfront Country style Cape located on a picturesque bluff in Saturday Cove overlooking Penobscot Bay and Islesboro Island.

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Herald Gazette

Owls Head | $195,000

Beautiful Owls Head home with a deeded 4 foot Right of Way path to the Beach. Smell the Ocean air from the deck.

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Ocean Navigator

Fourth annual Penobscot Bay Rendezvous, August 14, 15, 16 and 17

You have read about it! You have heard about it! Now is the time to make plans to attend the fourth annual Penobscot Bay Rendezvous, August 14, 15, 16 and 17. PHRF spinnaker, PHRF non- spinnaker, single-handed, double-handed and cruising divisions will all be offered and managed by our professional racing committee headed by Ted Smith.

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