49 min ago
My four-part Christmas Gull Tree
She was somewhat a youngish teenager, inasmuch as her age could be estimated at all.
5 hrs ago
Former summer residence turned year-round home to alpacas
Abby Fitzgerald, co-owner of Blueberry Farm Alpacas, first saw the furry cousins to the camel - alpacas - at Common Ground Fair about 10 years ago.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Travel Video PostCard: Rockland, Maine
You'd expect Rockland to be about graceful schooners, craggy coast lines and lobstermen.
Santa is waiting to hear from you...
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.
Caravan of Gypsies visits Rockland
During the summer of 1940, a small caravan of Gypsies appeared on Thomaston Street next to the Curtis Wright airport.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Archeological excavations from Norway come to Rockland
On Wednesday, Dec. 11, from 6:30 to 8 p.m., Dr. Colin P. Amundsen will discuss the archaeological excavations in the eastern half of the North Atlantic, specifically in Norway.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Bangor Daily News
Rockland area school board opts to reschedule, open meeting
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.
Fahy signs his - Star'
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.
Work flowing on public restrooms
Ground has been broken and work has begun on the 675-square-foot building that will house public restrooms in downtown Rockland.
Kiwanis Christmas Trees Ready for Sale
The Kiwanis Club of Rockland has kicked off its annual Christmas Tree sale with the delivery of the first batch of fresh-cut Maine trees.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
10-11pm it's time for the "Late Night Groove."
Sundays 10pm-11pm "Late Night Groove," with Kyle Swan. Join Kyle in a serendipitous walk through great sounds from the past.
Bangor Daily News
Rockland-area teachers call for superintendent's removal
Teachers submitted a letter to the school board and Superintendent Lew Collins, dated Nov. 19, saying they had a "complete lack of confidence in the ability of the superintendent to lead us forward in a positive manner that is beneficial to the students of RSU 13." On Nov. 25, 12 administrators within RSU 13 sent another letter to the board ... (more)
Bangor Daily News
More than a year later, Knox County homeless shelter remains closed
A little more than a year after it closed unexpectedly , Knox County's only homeless shelter remains closed despite repeated statements throughout the year that it soon would be back in operation.
Santa is at The Chowder House until 10:30
Santa is making an extra special appearance at The Chowder House at 2 Park Drive in Rockland...There is still time to get in line with your Christmas list in hand! Sponsored by The Tradewinds, Rockland Cafe and Camden National Bank and hosted by The Chowder House, the annual Breakfast with Santa is a holiday tradition not to be missed.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
'Festival of Lights' Parade draws hundreds
Floats were judged for Most Lights, Best Spirit, Most Creative, and Best Business Float.
The Miami Herald
Oh my! Flying monkey among 'Oz' exhibit draws
A new exhibit at the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland features those items and more from the world's largest Wizard of Oz collection.
The Harbor Times Soup
Kiwanis Annual Christmas Tree sale underway
The annual Kiwanis Christmas Tree sale has begun, with a variety of sizes available at the Maverick Street Plaza, [J.C. Penney and Hannaford], in Rockland.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Santa's arrival kicks off Festival of Lights
Hundreds of believers - both young and old - turned out Friday, Nov. 29, in Buoy Park to greet Santa and Mrs. Claus as they made their way to shore via Coast Guard cutter.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Handmade bags a hit for Midcoast artist
While working on a Brooksville farm raising crops and livestock, Meghan Farrell began to feel restless creatively and decided to make a leather wallet.