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  1. Rockland Baptist Church has new lead/senior pastorRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 27 | Herald Gazette

    Rockland Baptist Church announced June 22 that William W. Galloway has accepted the position of lead/senior pastor at the church at 215 Limerock St. A graduate of the University of Alabama with a B.S. degree in finance and banking, Galloway earned a Master of Divinity degree at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Galloway, whose favorite Bible passage is John 14:6, has served as a church planting pastor/lead pastor in Waterville and Fairfield churches in Maine, and in Tallahassee, Florida, over the last 20 years.

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  2. Palermo | $550,000Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | Herald Gazette

    Own your very own Mediterranean villa on desirable Sheepscot Lake. This remarkable 4BR/3.5 bath home is a private retreat with 100' of waterfront, dock, and amazing sunset views.

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  3. Midcoast diamond dandies to participate in all-star gamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 16 | Herald Gazette

    While high school baseball and softball for most Midcoast student-athletes has concluded, a handful will get the opportunity to participate in postseason all-star games. The underclassmen baseball showcase will be on Thursday, June 23 at 1 p.m. at St. Joseph's College in Standish.

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  4. Oceanside's Mazurek finalist for Maine's 'Mr. Baseball' awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 10 | Herald Gazette

    Oceanside High School senior Nick Mazurek has been selected one of nine finalists for the Dr. John Winkin Award, often referred to as Maine's "Mr. Baseball." The award will be presented on Friday June 24 before the state Class A/B Senior All-Star Game at Colby College in Waterville.

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  5. 53 Knowlton Road in Brooks for ONLY $61,900.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 1 | Capital Weekly

    Stop paying rent! This adorable little house is perfect for two or three people. Cozy 24' x 28', super efficient to heat, maintain and own.

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  6. With style, swagger, Mariners nail down unbeaten regular seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 1 | Herald Gazette

    There was no fanfare and no flair for the dramatic to close the month of May for the talented, championship-driven Oceanside softball team as the Mariners, in search of an undefeated regular season, traveled to face Waterville, an opponent with just one win on the spring. A 12-run second inning put any doubts to rest early for the Mariners as they did what they had done the previous 15 games of the regular season - win, and win big.

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  7. Mariners sail past Panthers in Midcoast-themed prelim playoffRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 31 | Herald Gazette

    The Oceanside girls tennis team has shown both versatility and persistence throughout the 2016 season - and it was on display again Tuesday, May 31 as the seventh-seeded Mariners hosted their neighbors to the south in tenth-seeded Medomak Valley in a Class B North preliminary playoff match. The Mariners, winners of six of their final eight games of the regular season, kept it rolling right into the postseason as they sailed to a 4-1 victory over the Panthers.

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  8. Mariners blank Lions, one win from unbeaten regular seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    May 29, 2016 | Capital Weekly

    There is a long-held, highly-supported belief that under the guidance and tutelage of 16-year coach Rusty Worcester, the Oceanside softball team, no matter the makeup of the roster - young, old, experienced or inexperienced - retools and reloads instead of rebuilds each spring. One certainly can make a strong case for that again this spring as a Mariner high school team that relies so heavily on the play of freshmen and sophomores - along with a handful of talented seniors - is one victory from an unbeaten regular season.

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  9. Fundamentally speaking, Windjammers perfectly dominantRead the original story w/Photo

    May 27, 2016 | Capital Weekly

    And those difficult-to-achieve elements were accomplished thanks to extra focus on fundamentals, hard work, dedication, belief in one another and the quest to leave every ounce of sweat and energy on the field - match after match. All that led to an historically-significant season for the Windjammers, who capped their first unbeaten campaign with an 11-2 win over Mount Blue of Farmington on fog and mist engulfed Don Palmer Field.

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  10. Unbeaten, No. 1 Oceanside pulls out dramatic win over rival Medomak ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    May 26, 2016 | Herald Gazette

    For one of the few times this season, the Oceanside softball team faced significant adversity, staring its first loss of the spring in the face against Midcoast-rival Medomak Valley on Wednesday, May 25. And in a campaign that has been much ballyhooed by the emergence of many impressive freshmen, it was the bat of senior Brianna Dugan - on senior day, no less - that proved the difference. With the Mariners trailing 3-2 and down to their final out, Dugan slapped the first pitch she saw up the middle for the game-winning, two-run single in a 4-3 walk-off win for the still undefeated, top-ranked hosts.

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  11. Rome | $499,900Read the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2016 | Herald Gazette

    An idyllic setting on peaceful Great Pond, one of the most beautiful lakes in Maine, just 1.5 hours from Portland, minutes from Waterville and Augusta. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, hardwood floors throughout, wood stove, cathedral ceilings, wrap-around deck, recreation room with built-in bar.

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  12. Citizens turn out to support town funding for steeple restorationRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2016 | Capital Weekly

    Citizens spoke in favor of town funding of up to $75,000 for the Chestnut Street Baptist Church steeple and clock tower restoration at a May 17 public hearing at the Camden Select Board meeting. The Select Board has proposed funding a portion of the steeple restoration by adding $75,000 to a bond that will also be used to pay for new harbor floats, sewer lines and drainage work, and possibly for new compressors to run snow-making equipment at the Snow Bowl.

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  13. Windjammer girls net ninth win, other Midcoast squads falterRead the original story w/Photo

    May 19, 2016 | Capital Weekly

    As only two regular-season matches remain, it is crunch time for Midcoast high school boys and girls tennis teams as Camden Hills, Medomak Valley and Oceanside took to the court. Of the four squads in action on Wednesday, May 18, only the Windjammer girls tasted the thrill of victory as they bested Messalonskee of Oakland in a road match.

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  14. Mariners, Panther softball make pitch for wins, Windjammers loseRead the original story w/Photo

    May 19, 2016 | Capital Weekly

    Medomak Valley's Addie Jameson looks to toss a pitch during a May 18 high school softball game with visiting Waterville. The host Panthers beat the Purple Panthers 17-5 in Waldoboro.

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  15. Blank statements: Camden Hills sails to shutout wins over RamsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 19, 2016 | Herald Gazette

    With the postseason rapidly approaching, it is business as usual for the Camden Hills boys and girls high school tennis teams, as each squared off with Cony of Augusta on Tuesday, May 17. Whether its the girls team climbing the Class B North ladder - or the boys team perched atop of it - both Windjammer squads came away with 5-0 wins over the Rams, as the girls prevailed in Rockport and the boys in Augusta. The individual results, with Camden Hills players listed first, were: In singles, Matt Morse beat Aaron Tyler, 6-0, 6-2; Luke Burstein beat Sean Tenney, 6-1, 6-1; and Josiah Krul beat Jordan Roddy, 6-0, 6-0.

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  16. Blank statement: Camden Hills sails to shutout wins over RamsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 18, 2016 | Herald Gazette

    With the postseason rapidly approaching, it is business as usual for the Camden Hills boys and girls high school tennis teams, as each squared off with Cony of Augusta on Tuesday, May 17. Whether its the girls team climbing the Class B North ladder - or the boys team perched atop of it - both Windjammer squads came away with 5-0 wins over the Rams, as the girls prevailed in Rockport and the boys in Augusta. The individual results, with Camden Hills players listed first, were: In singles, Matt Morse beat Aaron Tyler, 6-0, 6-2; Luke Burstein beat Sean Tenney, 6-1, 6-1; and Josiah Krul beat Jordan Roddy, 6-0, 6-0.

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  17. Windjammers, Panthers, Lions brave cold, windy court playRead the original story w/Photo

    May 17, 2016 | Herald Gazette

    Midcoast high school tennis squads braved cold, windy and rainy court conditions on Monday, May 16 as the end of the regular season is in sight. The individual results, with Medomak Valley players listed first, were: In singles, Ezra Hinkley beat Nolan Woods, 8-5; Kyle Donlin beat Wendall Grotton, 8-2; and Kyle Blum won by forfeit.

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  18. Windjammers, Panthers, Mariners net court wins as second half beginsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 13, 2016 | Capital Weekly

    The second half of the high school tennis season is underway, and now the real jockeying for positioning for the Class B North playoffs begins. In recent Midcoast court action, the Camden Hills boys remained unbeaten with a win over Brunswick, while the Oceanside boys and girls posted shutout victories over Spruce Mountain of Jay in Thursday, May 12 matches.

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  19. Midcoast-shot - Congressman' in theatersRead the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2016 | Herald Gazette

    "The Congressman," filmed in Rockland, Rockport, Augusta and on Monhegan in early autumn 2013, is now in theatrical release and opens Friday, May 13, for a seven-day run at the Strand Theatre, 345 Main St. The independent film, dubbed "Catatonk Blues" during the local shoots, got a work-in-progress screening last summer at the Maine International Film Festival in Waterville. The film is written and co-directed by Robert J. Mrazek, a former five-term congressman from New York who used to bring his family to Monhegan during the winter adjournment and now lives about half the year there.

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  20. Vinalhaven swings to lopsided first victories over TigersRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 29, 2016 | Capital Weekly

    The Vinalhaven baseball and softball teams swung into the season in style on Monday, April 25 as they squared off with Forest Hills of Jackman at a neutral site at Thomas College in Waterville. By day's end, the Viking squads sported 2-0 records as each won doubleheaders, three games of which ended by mercy rule.

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