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Weather conditions were perfect for the youngsters of all ages to search the grounds for the 1,200 colorful eggs which held anything from candy to coins to blessings.
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Playing off the traditional May 5 celebration of Mexican culture known as Cinco de Mayo, the annual daylong event encourages people to hang up their aprons and enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner out at any of several participating restaurants.
Come celebrate Easter at Nativity Lutheran Church located at 179 Old County Road, Rockport.
With the retirement of Wes Robinson as town assessors' agent, Camden officials decided to approach bridging the months until a new agent is hired in a unique way: by hiring two people.
At approximately 9 a.m. the Knox County Sheriff's Office was called to the scene.
Almost everyone agrees much of Old County Road from Route 17 at Kalers Corner southwest to Limerock Street is in very poor condition.
Privately set in a gorgeous natural setting, this Contemporary farmhouse offers great light, custom woodwork & open flr plan.
St. George School kindergartener Willow Miller takes the order of World Languages teacher Kathreen Harrison in the classroom-turned-cafe April 16. "Bonjour," was the greeting from two 5-year-old hostesses wearing bow ties as they led guests to their tables.
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.
The celebration of National Poetry Month at Rockport Public Library, coordinated by the library's Poets' Corner Workshop, concludes Wednesday, April 30, at 6:30 p.m. with a reading by Camden poet Kristen Lindquist.
An exclusive Summit Sunset Party at Beech Nut is top prize in Coastal Mountains Land Trust's third annual raffle.
The community is invited to assist in some spring cleaning at the Erickson Fields Preserve on Route 90 in Rockport across from the Camden Rockport Elementary School.
When Owen Casas decided to run for public office, the message he wanted to make sure his constituency in Maine House District 94 understood is that win-or-lose, his goal is to affect change and help others learn to compromise.