As of May 1, 2019, plastic single use carry-out bags will no longer be permitted at stores and restaurants in Camden. Stores selling staple foods in Camden can offer paper, biodegradable, or compostable carryout bags for a fee of 10 cents.
To The People: I write you today as an educator, a lobster-fisherman, and most of all, a parent. There’s a real bad bill up in Augusta. No, it’s not more taxes you might detest. It’s about denying specific students access to education, because of their religious or philosophical beliefs.
WALDOBORO — The Waldo’s much needed new roof is on. The crew from Coastal Copper and Slate, Inc. did a thorough and fine job of replacing rotten sheathing, sealing up, and preparing the theatre for a weather-tight future.
These are hopeful times for people who’ve been struggling for years from addiction to drugs. Our new governor has assembled a team who are promoting needed changes to help those who have been ignored for too long.
Last fall, the Maine State Ferry Service (MSFS) proposed a reduced winter schedule to Vinalhaven.The proposal met with a lot of opposition, including an ultimately fruitless petition to then Commissioner David Bernhardt, signed by virtually every one of
ROCKPORT — Summer Activities Fair Directory now available. The Camden-Rockport PTA now present the 2019 Summer Activities Fair Directory – a complete listing of every organization who participated in the Summer Activities Fair on April 3, as well as several new ones.
SEARSMONT — The Midcoast Maine Chapter of the New England Mountain Bike Association partnered with One Community Many Voices to host the first annual Frost Heave Fondo (big bicycle road ride) on Sunday, April 7, beginning and ending at Threshers Brewing Company in S
After the amazing community support to successfully purchase 63 Washington Street as a future residence for women in recovery and their children, it is time to celebrate and to finalize plans to open the house to its first residents this summer.
Opinion: Data Shows Two of Maine’s Poorest Counties Have Higher-Than-Average Audit Rates
WASHINGTON, DC – Today – one week before Tax Day – U.S. Senator Angus King, I-Maine, sent a letter to top officials at the Internal Revenue Service challenging the IRS to refocus its limited resources away from disproportionately auditing lower-income households.
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