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  1. Oceanside's Kaewthong, Sheridan to play in senior all-star gamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 16 | Herald Gazette

    Oceanside seniors Titus Kaewthong and Logan Sherdian have been selected to play in postseason baseball all-star games this month. Kaewthong will play for the Maine senior all stars on Monday, June 18 at noon, when Maine faces New Hampshire in the annual game between the state's top senior players.


  2. One run enough as Oceanside nips MDI in down-to-the-wire prelim playoffRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 7 | Capital Weekly

    One run often does not mean a lot, but sometimes it can mean everything. Just ask the Oceanside softball team.


  3. Of three stick squads, only Windjammer boys qualify for ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 5 | Capital Weekly

    High school lacrosse teams have seen their regular seasons wrap, as one of the three area squads prepares for a hoped strong playoff run. The Camden Hills boys were the lone Midcoast squad to net a postseason berth, while the Camden Hills and Oceanside girls came up short in their postseason bids.


  4. Beat goes on for Windjammers, whose unbeaten streak hits 34 matchesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 1 | Capital Weekly

    The beat goes on for the top-ranked Camden Hills boys tennis team in its first playoff match of the campaign as the unbeaten Windjammers quickly sailed past No. 4 Mount Blue of Farmington 5-0 on Friday afternoon, June 1 in the Class A North semifinals.


  5. Medomak Valley ends campaign on positive note with victory ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 30 | Capital Weekly

    Overall, it has been a tough season for the Medomak Valley baseball team, which was scuffling to the finish line of a campaign that had not gone as hoped. The Panthers had tasted defeat 11 times, with seven of those losses coming by two or fewer runs.


  6. Mariners get leg - and feet - up on rival Panthers in ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 30 | Capital Weekly

    Oceanside catcher Abby Veilleux certainly is the fastest runner on her team, and perhaps in the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference. That theory was seen by many in the team's regular-season finale on Tuesday, May 29 against area rival Medomak Valley, as Veilleux's speed was on display countless times throughout the seven-inning affair, which saw the Mariners leg out a 3-0 high school softball win over the Panthers.


  7. Camden Hills squads, Oceanside girls court regional court ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 25 | Herald Gazette

    The regular season has drawn to a close for Midcoast high school tennis teams, as 50 percent of the area squads have earned the right - and set their sights - for potential postseason success. The following is a breakdown of the final Maine Principals' Association Heal Points Standings for Class A and B North and playoff matches for area teams: In Class A North, Camden Hills finished first in the 10-team region.


  8. Final matches on tap as Panthers, Mariners, Windjammers eye ...Read the original story w/Photo

    May 18, 2018 | Herald Gazette

    The final week of the high school tennis regular season is upon Midcoast teams and the court squads have experienced a mixed bag of recent results. There will be additional matches on Monday, May 21, and the regional playoffs begin on Tuesday, May 29 with prelim playoff encounters.


  9. Panthers, Mariners, Windjammers, Vikings continue spring ...Read the original story w/Photo

    May 15, 2018 | Capital Weekly

    In recent days on the diamonds, it has been a mixed bag of results for Midcoast high school baseball and softball teams with some squads victorious and some not. Teams are in the second halves of their regular season, with hopes of qualifying for the regional tournaments in early June.


  10. Racket teams swing way to midway point of campaignsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 8, 2018 | Capital Weekly

    The midway point of the high school tennis season has come and gone for squads from Camden Hills, Oceanside and Medomak Valley, all of which were tested on the courts in recent days. The individual results, with Medomak Valley players listed first, were: In singles, Coleman Swain lost to Micah Charette, 2-6, 2-6; Amos Hinkley lost to Garrett Fine, 1-6, 2-6; and Alec Coughlin beat Thomas Trafton, 6-1, 6-3.


  11. Brian P. PlourdeRead the original story w/Photo

    May 7, 2018 | Herald Gazette

    Brian Paul Plourde, 57, formerly of Rockland, Houlton and Waterville, passed away Wednesday, May 2, 2018, at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston from complications of a stem cell transplant for acute lymphoblastic leukemia. He fought an incredible battle with this disease, and he impressed us all with his unending positive attitude.


  12. Wendy Byrd, Group Benefits Account Manager, ...Read the original story w/Photo

    May 3, 2018 | Herald Gazette

    Wendy Byrd, group benefits account manager at Allen Insurance and Financial, has obtained her State of Maine Life and Health insurance license so that she can help clients with a variety of insurance products, including health, life, dental and disability insurance. Byrd joined Allen Insurance and Financial in July 2017 and is based in the company's Benefits Division, located at 31 Chestnut Street in Camden.


  13. Pints for Paws at TracksideRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 23, 2018 | Capital Weekly

    Pints for Paws, the popular fundraiser started by Loyal Biscuit Co. in 2011, will return Sunday afternoon, April 29, to Trackside Station, 4 Union St. This fun event runs from noon to 3 p.m. and involves a silent auction, 50/50 raffle, live entertainment by local singer/songwriter Paddy Mills and the donation of $1 from every pint sold.


  14. Rockland may join class action lawsuit against opioid pushersRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2018 | Herald Gazette

    The Rockland City Council will decide next month whether to join a national class-action lawsuit against opioid manufacturers for pushing their drugs and causing an epidemic of drug addiction. Councilor Amelia Magjik is sponsoring the order to authorize the city manager to contract with an attorney to have Rockland join the class action suit.


  15. Speaking of weather and foodRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 15, 2018 | Capital Weekly

    I have recently detected ads for the following sample of bona fide summer jobs across our fair state: marina technician in Naples; ice cream maker in Bar Harbor; Zip Line monitor in Wiscasset; camp counselor in Rockport; delivery drivers at Pizza Hut in various locations ; baristas in Waterville; and cooks in Rockland. Along the same lines, I hear well-founded rumors that an oyster bar is being planned for 421 Main St., which will be the latest in an auspicious line of eateries that have occupied the space over the years.


  16. Christine AllenRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 5, 2018 | Herald Gazette

    Christine "Tina" Allen, 65, died peacefully Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2018, at Windward Gardens. Born in Camden, she was the daughter of Howard and Margaret Holbrook and was a 1971 graduate of Camden-Rockport High School.


  17. An Outerspace, Prophets weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 3, 2018 | Herald Gazette

    Midcoast summertime legends Outerspace Band and Maine's own Blues Prophets are teaming up for a rare winter weekend: Friday, March 9, at T&B's Outback Tavern, 6 Jefferson St., Waterville ; and Saturday, March 10, at the Portland House of Music Tickets for the Waterville show are $16 in advance, $20 day of show, plus ticket fees, at . Blocks of 10 tickets for that show also can be bought by sending a $150 check, payable to Big Chief Band, to Jeff Davison, 29 Morning St., Portland, ME 04101.


  18. Camden Hills' solid ice campaign ends in playoff far from homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2018 | Herald Gazette

    As the final qualifying team in the Class B North playoffs - and facing a first-round opponent 216 miles from home - the odds were not stacked in the favor of No. 6 Camden Hills, which traveled to battle No.


  19. Sherree Craig Achieves NAHU Advanced ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 22, 2018 | Herald Gazette

    Sherree L. Craig, CEBS, senior account executive in the Insured Benefits Division at Allen Insurance and Financial, has achieved an Advanced Self-Funding Certification from the National Association of Health Underwriters. The NAHU Advanced Self-Funding Certification ensures knowledge of regulatory concerns, service model options, cost-containment strategies and underwriting concepts necessary for providing advice and direction on employer self-funded health plans.


  20. Windjammers, Mariners put to test in league championship meetRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2018 | Herald Gazette

    A handful of Oceanside and Camden Hills high school indoor track athletes qualified for, then competed in, the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference high school championships on Saturday, Feb. 10 at Bowdoin College. The Class B girls team scores were: Winslow 96, Belfast 76, Lawrence of Farifield 75, Waterville 57, Lincoln Academy of Newcastle 51, Morse of Bath 37, Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield 33, Erskine Academy of South China 19, Nokomis of Newport 18, Mount View of Thorndike 10 and Oceanside no score.


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