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Thursday, August 25, 2016
  • For the past two years the Belfast Soup Kitchen has been searching for a new home, engaging in countless negotiations and multiple property visits, but to no avail. The hope is to keep the soup kitchen downtown . . .
  • As an unaffiliated voter, I declined supporting Governor Romney in the last presidential election. Then and undoubtedly still, I simply disagreed with his positions and policies, but at this moment I write in appreciation of him. . . .
  • I write to seek your support and vote in November to elect Emily Cain to represent the 2nd District in Congress. Emily is far more representative of our district than the incumbent, Bruce Poliquin — it is like comparing apples . . .
  • Most of us who live in Rockport feel lucky to be here. The obvious beauty of the place and cultural assets make us feel good about the community. However, this year’s Rockport Quasquicentennial Celebration . . .
  • On August 2, Rockport voters will elect a new member of the school board in a special election. Please join me in voting for Betsy Saltonstall. Throughout our recent primary campaign, Betsy impressed me with . . .
  • Love your down the river story [Free Press, July 21]. It is written like a suspense novel and I can hardly wait for the next chapter. I have paddled the Sebois to East Banch, but not that upper stretch of the East Branch. . . .
  • We, the Board of the Friends of Rockland Public Library want to thank Boston Financial for offering the use of their parking lot for a day during the Blues Festival to our nonprofit group. The parking money we collected . . .
  • What could be more promising than a bill in support of solar panels in Maine? Yet the seated Senator representing Waldo County was so weak in his support of the measure that he only voted for the bill when he was . . .
  • On behalf of Camden Garden Club, I would like to express our sincere appreciation to everyone who helped make Camden Garden Club’s 69th Annual House & Garden Tour a great success. Thank you to the homeowners . . .
  • The Friends of Rockport Library successfully completed their 46th giant book sale on July 17, 2016. Nothing of that scale can happen without the generous help of a tremendous number of people. We want to express . . .
  • On Sunday, July 10, the Georges River Land Trust held its 25th annual Gardens in the Watershed tour in St. George, Spruce Head and Port Clyde. Despite a rainy, foggy day, the land trust, as well as the gardeners . . .
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