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After months of applications and interviews, the Rockport Select Board announced its choice for town manager Monday, June 17, during its board meeting at Rockport Opera House.
We've probably all faced situations that undermine our confidence and make us feel inadequate or unable to find a solution to the problem.
On Sunday, June 16, the John Street United Methodist Church, 98 John Street, Camden, will celebrate Men of Faith Day, honoring fathers, grandfathers, uncles, sons and other male figures who enrich the lives of children.
Camden rosarian Glenn Jenks will lead the annual Rose Day celebration at Merryspring Nature Center Tuesday, June 25, beginning at noon.
A short commute to Camden or Rockland, located on a side street between Route 17 and Route 90 and less than a mile from Camden Hills.
Camden-Rockport Historical Society public supper featuring beans cooked by Maynard Stanley Jr. the old-fashioned way - in a hole in the ground.
More Boats, More Fun Are Planned! Register Today! Space is Limited Camden,Maine: Wayfarer Marine and Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding are proud to present Maine's most exciting sail and powerboat regatta of the season the 2013 Penobscot Bay Rendezvous August 15-18.
Camden poet Gayle Portnow and Rockland poet George Chappell will read from their works Wednesday, June 26, from 5 to 6 p.m. at Jensen's Pharmacy, 91 Camden St./Route 1, in the Breakwater Marketplace.
The rain held off long enough early evening June 13 for a quick hike to Maiden's Cliff in Camden, above Megunticook Lake.
Those interested in whether transit could work in Midcoast Maine will want to attend one of two upcoming public informational meetings.
Two bedroom waterfront condo with wonderful views of Penobscot Bay, association dock, pool, tennis courts.
On the morning of Thursday, June 13, eighth-grade students from Camden Rockport Middle School took part in a community service project, offering their time to help others at several locations in Camden and Rockport.
Ian A. Anderson, 28, of Waldoboro, operating under the influence, dismissed; driving to endanger, $675 fine, license suspended 30 days.
After realizing a sign advertising his business had been stolen overnight June 4, Grant Lippman of Lincolnville wondered why someone would do such a thing.