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2 hrs ago | Capital Weekly
Young Garrett Belmas and his mother Brandy from Hope admire Rockland's 38-foot-tall Lobster Trap Tree, which was assembled Nov. 22 with the help of 50 community volunteers.
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7 hrs ago | Capital Weekly
Jessica Arsenault, no age listed, of Rockland, was arrested for assault, operating under the influence and domestic violence criminal mischief.
11 hrs ago | Herald Gazette
The proposed 2014 Knox County budget, totaling $9.6 million, is slated for a vote by the Knox County Commission and budget committee Thursday, Dec. 5. The budget is 1 percent less than last year's approved figure, down about $84,000, and will require a slightly lower tax commitment from county municipalities.
Regional School Unit 13 chairman Esther "Tess" Kilgour refused to comment about why an agenda item to decide on the Superintendent Lew Collins' contract was removed from the Dec. 5 meeting.
Holly Smith, well known artist and wonderful teacher in Midcoast Maine, will begin teaching a watercolor class at Winding Way Watercolors Art Gallery January 2, 2014.
The new building would replace the existing one on property at 21 Winter St., which the arts organization announced in May it had signed an agreement to buy.
James R. Ellis, 23, of Bangor, failure to register vehicle, dismissed; attaching false plates, 24 hours in Knox County Jail.
She was somewhat a youngish teenager, inasmuch as her age could be estimated at all.
You'd expect Rockland to be about graceful schooners, craggy coast lines and lobstermen.
Santa's elves are busy making toys in the workshop; the reindeer are eating crops of carrots and resting up for a night of deliveries; and all the jolly old elf needs is a wish list - from you.
The Rockland area school board agreed Monday night to postpone a meeting it had scheduled with a facilitator hired to help it work through problems and to hold the session in public session.
Christopher Fahy, Midcoast author of "The Christmas Star," will sign books Saturday, Dec. 14, from noon to 3 p.m. at Beyond the Sea, Route 1 at Lincolnville Beach.
Ground has been broken and work has begun on the 675-square-foot building that will house public restrooms in downtown Rockland.
Sundays 10pm-11pm "Late Night Groove," with Kyle Swan. Join Kyle in a serendipitous walk through great sounds from the past.