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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 15, 2014 Contact: David Grima Rockland CareerCenter, 207-596-2600; Julie Rabinowitz, Department of Labor, 207-621-5009 ROCKLAND-The Rockland CareerCenter, part of the Maine Department of Labor, and in conjunction with its partners offer a variety of services to help people find employment or upgrade skills and employers ... (more)
Hundreds of people gathered on vantage points along the harbor on Wednesday to glimpse the arrival of an economic lifeboat - a new ferry that will connect the town to America.
Vera Rand Roberts, senior vice president and midcoast commercial regional manager of Camden National Bank, is pleased to announce the appointment of Chad Place as assistant vice president, commercial banking officer.
Nicholas Littlefield, 18, of Rockland was arrested for theft by unauthorized taking for stealing a bottle of Jack Daniels and issued a summons for possession of alcohol by a minor.
Members of area churches will perform in a special Easter presentation of music, narration and more at Sunday, April 20, at 6 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 215 Limerock St., Rockland.
Following the 2008 Great Recession, they frequently find themselves having to pay off large amounts of college debt in an era of high un-/under-employment.
Award-winning Maine author Carla Maria Verdino-Sullwold has released "Bookends: Stories of Love, Loss, and Renewal."
A car stolen from Rockland last week was found in Waldoboro April 13 as law enforcement were investigating an unrelated matter on Old County Road, according to Waldoboro Police Chief Bill Labombarde.
Mary Ann Morse, who opened Best Tours of Maine about a year and a half ago, has now expanded the departure area to include the Rockland and Belfast area.
A 42-year-old Cushing man federally indicted for robbing a Rockland pharmacy at knife point is scheduled to change his plea Thursday, April 17, said federal prosecutor Halsey B. Frank.
Beginning Monday, April 21, students will have multiple opportunities to enjoy kite building workshops at Owls Head Transportation Museum during school vacation week.
Good Shepherd Food Bank's Food Mobile will have food, including fresh produce, an assortment of meats, essential non-perishable items, and bread to people in need in the Rockland area.
The Speakeasy in Rockland does a Thursday Night Supper Club so you can enjoy music with your meal.
Think spring! After a freak snowstorm March 30, the precipitation has turned to rain, the sun has shone occasionally, and the wind has finally died down - allowing fishermen to get out on the water and the ferries to run without cancellations.