Listed below are the 2018-2019 School bus routes for students from Camden/Rockport attending School Administrative District 28 and the FiveTown CSD (Camden Hills Regional High School). Again
ROCKLAND — Good Tern Co-op's "Round It Up!" program realizes perennial supporting numerous organizations in the area.
CAMDEN — The First Congregational Church of Camden will be celebrating the ministry of the Reverend Dr. Deborah M.
CAMDEN — On Tuesday, August 14, a New Members' Coffee was held at the home of Camden Garden Club Membership Chair Molly Foster.
ROCKPORT — There’s a lot going on inside the State of Maine Cheese building at 461 Commercial St.
CAMDEN — For the third year in a row, clients and friends of Knox County Homeless Coalition marveled at lobsters, star fish, and other wonders of Penobscot Bay on an excursion aboard the lobster bo
ROCKLAND — Silent (American Sign Language) Social Hour, which takes place weekly at the Rockland Public Library, hosted and facilitated by Jesse Ellis, has changed its meeting day and time to Thurs
On August 10, recipients of the Worthington Scholarship gathered at the Samoset Resort for the third annual Send-off Dinner. Beverly and David Worthington, founders of the scholarship foundation,
ROCKPORT – Rockport Garden Club presents Midcoast garden designer Lee Schneller Sligh, who will give a slide show and talk about creating Japanese-inspired gardens in Maine, Thursday, Sept.
ROCKPORT — The School Board of Five Town CSD has appointed David Watts as its new director of Adult and Community Education.
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ROCKLAND – On Wednesday, August 22, 5 p.m., in Rockland City Council Chambers, a panel will discuss the possibility of creating an organization in Knox County similar to the Lincoln County Recovery
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