• High School Sports

    Dec. 18 Varsity Scoreboard

    The varsity sports season for high school-aged student-athletes continued Thursday, Dec. 18 with two girls basketball games, one boys basketball game and one ice hockey match on the schedule. 

    Local schools with sporting events on Thursday included Camden Hills, Belfast and Medomak Valley.  

    Following is information reported to the Pilot. 

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  • Interview after first of year

    Search for Rockland City Manager narrowed to two

    ROCKLAND — Rockland City Councilor Will Clayton, who is chairman of the Rockland’s City Manager Search Committee, said Dec. 16 that the list of candidates for the post of Rockland’s next city manager had been pared down to two individuals and the final interviews will take place after the new year.

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  • High School Wrestling

    Panthers fall to Morse; top MCI in Wednesday wrestling matches

    MORSE — The Medomak Valley high school wrestling team hit the road once again and this time went to Morse to battle Morse and Maine Central Institute. 

    In the end, the Panthers returned to Waldoboro with a victory by a score of 36-18 over Maine Central Institute and a loss to Morse by a score of 36-30.

    The Panthers are now 3-7 on the year. 

    Following are individual results from the matches. 

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  • i”m sick of it

    Dear Old Guy: Romance Guy

     Dear Old Guy welcomes letters on all subjects, including love, marriage, child rearing, even basic plumbing and medical advice. What he doesn’t know, he is happy to make up.

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  • Camden Select Board pushes Ragged Mountain redevelopment project forward over protests of many Hosmer Pond neighbors

    CAMDEN — At least eight community members, most of them residents around Hosmer Pond, told the Camden Select Board Tuesday night that continued erosion and sediment flowing into Hosmer Pond was "destroying properties." They said that mismanagement of erosion mitigation efforts, as well as the project as a whole, requires the town to "step up your efforts to protect the pond" put the project on hold until the town manager and Snow Bowl general manager are replaced as project managers.

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  • Put this unique, fascinating account under the Christmas tree

    Barbara Dyer pens a book about spirited, nonconformist poet Edna St. Vincent Millay

    Camden’s Official Historian, Barbara F. Dyer, has taken a unique approach to writing about one of the most interesting women to be raised in the Midcoast, and has produced a new booklet about the poet Edna St. Vincent Millay, Through the Eyes of Vincent.

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  • Junior Varsity Ice Hockey

    JV Windjammers slip past Waterville/Winslow

    WATERVILLE — On Tuesday, Dec. 16, the Camden Hills Regional junior varsity 'Jammers ice hockey team won a hard-fought game against the Waterville/Winslow combined junior varsity team by a score of 5-4 at Colby College’s Alfond Rink. 

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  • Two Bridges Regional Jail

    Bath man arrested after alleged abduction incident in Augusta

    Maine’s Capitol Police say a Bath man was arrested after a bizarre incident at the Maine State Museum in Augusta Tuesday morning. 

    Officers have charged 58-year-old James Cavallaro with assault and violating his conditions of release. Cavallaro is now at the Kennebec County Jail.

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