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At the John Street United Methodist Church all during the season of Lent, one more Lenten candle was extinguished until Palm Sunday when the sixth was darkened, leaving only the Christ candle burning, to be put out on Good Friday and re-lit on Easter.
With the retirement of Wes Robinson as town assessors' agent, Camden officials decided to approach bridging the months until a new agent is hired in a unique way: by hiring two people.
A former Islesboro basketball coach accused of having sexual contact with three teenage girls is asking the court to suppress statements he made to police prior to his arrest, arguing that he gave those statements without first being read his Miranda rights.
The First Congregational Church of Camden will hold its traditional Easter morning service at 9:30 a.m. on April 20th with Rev.
Privately set in a gorgeous natural setting, this Contemporary farmhouse offers great light, custom woodwork & open flr plan.
Almost everyone agrees much of Old County Road from Route 17 at Kalers Corner southwest to Limerock Street is in very poor condition.
Chad Place of Belfast has been hired as assistant vice president, commercial banking officer.
The April gathering of Community Sing!, with Midcoast Community Chorus conductor Mimi Bornstein, will be held Sunday, April 27, from 3:30 to 4:45 p.m. at First Congregational Church of Camden, 55 Elm St./Route 1. Community Sing! is sponsored by Midcoast Community Chorus to bring local community members together for the sheer joy of singing, with no ... (more)
Lovely wooded 15+ acre parcel on a pretty country road. Private and quiet yet within walking distance to the general store.
Local high school students needing to attain their required community service hours should check out the late spring offerings from Youthlinks.
Two icons of Maine literature and music - international best-selling author Tess Gerritsen of Camden and singer/songwriter David Mallett - will receive honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degrees and share remarks at the University of Maine's 212th commencement Saturday, May 10. Mallett, who lives in Sebec, will address the 10 a.m. ceremony, and ... (more)
The Select Board voted unanimously Tuesday night to send a $6,748,939 municipal budget to voters, a spending package that is up 5 percent.
An exclusive Summit Sunset Party at Beech Nut is top prize in Coastal Mountains Land Trust's third annual raffle.
Thinking about making the switch to an easier, freer way of life? Don't miss Quarry Hill's Open House, this Saturday, April 19, from 1:00 to 3:00 pm, at Quarry Hill in Camden.