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36 min ago | Herald Gazette
On Dec. 7, First Congregational Church of Camden presented the eighth annual Ringing in the Season holiday handbell concert to a full capacity audience.
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1 hr ago | Herald Gazette
The New England Real Estate Company successfully met its goal of more than $5,000 donated to PAWS animal shelter during its annual community celebration and second-year anniversary party Thursday, Dec. 5. "On behalf of the PAWS staff and board, we can't thank The New England Real Estate Company team enough for their hard work together with their ... (more)
5 hrs ago | Herald Gazette
The centerpiece of Winterfest activity is the community ice carving. Community groups, individuals, schools, and businesses carve wondrous crystalline sculptures on the day of the celebration, using the traditional tools of the ice-carving artisan.
7 hrs ago | Capital Weekly
This is a morning show celebrating the written word and spoken word with poetry, prayers, short stories, lyrics, and more every Thursday morning with Peter Jenks and friends.
A richly varied show of artwork by six Midcoast artists will open with a 5 to 9 p.m. wine and hors d'oeuvres reception Friday, Dec. 20, at High Mountain Hall, 5 Mountain St./Route 52. The sixth annual High Mountain Hall Art Show will continue Saturday, Dec. 21, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Visitors will find a collection of highly refined artwork and ... (more)
The fifth annual Holiday Pops Concert sponsored by United Mid-Coast Charities will feature a variety of vocal performances including the Maine Steiners, Euphony, soloists Kelly Caulfield and Frannie Howard-Girard, along with the Holiday Pops Chorus.
Pepper Hill Farm is offering Gift Certificates this Holiday Season- A great gift for any horse lover! Gift Certificates are available at The Hartstone Inn, 41 Elm Street in Camden or Pepper Hill Farm, 81 Elm Street in South Thomaston.
The Camden Public Library was the beneficiary of this month's Giving Back in the Community program of Rockport Automotive.
This free and open to the public reading takes place at Held twice a year, this event features graduating seniors reading from their portfolio of original works in poetry, fiction and nonfiction.
Dr. Marden's dog, Jack, "NOSE" his stocking is going to be full this Christmas, and he wants to make sure all his friends at the P.A.W.S. ANIMAL ADOPTION SHELTER in Camden have full stockings too!!! For the month of DECEMBER, we will be collecting items to donate to the Shelter at our Rockport office.
Congratulations to Susan Dorr of Camden on your purchase of a 2004 BMW X3 and Welcome.
The first official winter weather of the year made for a treacherous day of travel Dec. 9 as Rockport Police and Fire departments responded to multiple accidents.
A 55-year-old man charged with sexually abusing an 11-year-old girl was acquitted by a jury Dec. 10. Arthur R. Dodge Jr., of Rockport, was found not guilty of unlawful sexual contact by a panel of 12 jurors.
Residents lined Elm Street on the evening of Friday, Dec. 6 to watch the annual parade, which included a procession of floats representing local businesses, nonprofit organizations, fire departments and emergency responders.
The meeting begins with a hymn sung by all, then Inspirational readings from the desk are read by the Reader, The Lord's Prayer is prayed and a hymn is sung followed by those present who would like to share how prayer has helped heal challenges in their lives.
Winter Storm Warning for Knox County was issued at December 13 at 3:28PM EST