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The second annual Walk for Hunger is Saturday, April 26 and benefits Thomaston Interfaith Food Pantry and Meals on Wheels, based in Rockland.
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Forty eighth- and ninth-grade students of Oceanside High School West gathered at Watts Hall in Thomaston March 19 for a full-day Creative Writing Workshop, organized by Youthlinks of Rockland.
Team Brian is hosting an amazing event at the Water Dog Tavern in Thomaston tomorrow, the 18th, from 9-Midnight.
Allied Whale, College of the Atlantic's marine mammal research group, will hold its annual Spring Marine Mammal Stranding Response workshop on Saturday, May 3, 2014 from 1 pm - 5 pm at the college's McCormick Lecture Hall.
A 43-year-old Cushing man pleaded guilty April 17 to robbing a Rockland pharmacy at knifepoint nine months ago.
Ten Regional School Unit 13 jobs were put on the table for possible elimination during an April 16 budget workshop.
Callie Riggs of Atlanta, Georgia, purchased a dresser at a flea market several years ago, and when she opened it, she found an old letter stuck in one of the drawers.
Richard J. King talks about his book "The Devil's Cormorant: A Natural History" at the Friends of Maine's Seabird Islands Visitor Center, 9 Water St., Rockland.
Archie Andrews, perennially spotted at Pop's Chok'lit Shoppe, can be found this month at the Highlands Coffee House on Main Street/Route 1. Framed original comic strips by Bob Montana are on loan from the collection of Ray Montana, son of the late cartoonist.
Wheelchairs 4 Kids has teamed up with McMahon Builders and the Maine Contractors & Builders Alliance to provide a 5-year-old boy with physical disabilities a new wheelchair accessible ramp to his home.
Local high school students needing to attain their required community service hours should check out the late spring offerings from Youthlinks.
Shannon Kinney, founder of Dream Local Digital in Rockland will keynote the URock graduation celebration Saturday, May 3 at 4 p.m. Kinney spent years away in Chicago, Boston and Silicon Valley before relocating to Maine and starting her own business with a focus on cutting edge new media.
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.