• Opinion: Lenoir Kelley 

    Next month, new representatives and a new governor will take control in Augusta.  Many Mainers have remarked that Maine experienced a particularly large “blue wave”.  The people of Maine soundly rejected the pol

  • Letter to the editor: Peter Martin

    In this season of celebration, the Camden Lions Club members would like to give a heartfelt “thank you” for the continued support from those users of the Mid-Coast Solid Waste transfer station who donate their returnable bottles and cans.  As a result of their generosity, the Lions have been able

  • Industrial arts

    These notes begin aboard the ferry bound for Matinicus.

  • Letter to the editor: Zach Schmesser

    This past weekend Belfast kicked- off the holiday season with the Annual Early Bird Sale, Christmas Tree Lighting on Saturday and the Menorah lighting on Sunday.

  • Now is the season for lights: strung up on Christmas trees, along our porch eaves, on the holiday wreaths on the town lampposts, in shop windows, on the shrubbery in the front yard.

  • Down by the sea

    Camden always wanted to be a “tourist town,” after James Richards, the first settler sailed into Camden Harbor in 1791. When the population reached 331, the plantation wanted to be incorporated in order to have a town government.

  • The Belfast Area Chamber of Commerce wants to sincerely thank everyone who helped to make our Annual Awards Dinner last Friday, Nov.

  • Letter to the editor: Amie Hutchison

    On behalf of the Trekkers’ staff, students, families and auction committee, I want to express my sincere gratitude to all the local businesses, organizations, and individuals who helped make our November 3 student fundraising auction such an amazing success.

  • How can a school system enable every child to be successful school?

    Paul Tough’s book, Helping Children Succeed: What Works and Why (2016), was given out to every staff and school board member in RSU 71 (Belfast, Belmont, Morrill, Searsmont and