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May Day is an old pagan holiday that has been celebrated since ancient Roman times.
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Preceptor Beta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will celebrate the eighty-third year of their founding with a dinner on May 6, 2014 at The Chowder House Restaurant in Rockland, at six o'clock PM .
Coastal Maine Popcorn Co. plans to open a new store at 371 Main St. June 1, according to owners Julie and Paul Roberts.
The owners of Home Kitchen Cafe have submitted a site plan review application for a change of use from the existing hair salon at 19 North Main St. to an ice cream shop and bakery.
For the fourth year in a row, Hatchet Cove Farm has received a grant from the Wholesome Wave Foundation to expand the accessibility to organic vegetables for low-income families.
Benjamin moved to Rockland in 1973 when he got out of the United States Marine Corps, and served on the Rockland Police Department from 1976 to 1982.
Weather conditions were perfect for the youngsters of all ages to search the grounds for the 1,200 colorful eggs which held anything from candy to coins to blessings.
I read the last sentences of Anthony Cronin's 600-page biography of Samuel Beckett at 6:40 a.m. last Friday, and immediately a sense of bereavement visited me.
One of a kind cottage on the harbor with views to Rockland Breakwater and beyond.
The second annual Walk for Hunger is Saturday, April 26 and benefits Thomaston Interfaith Food Pantry and Meals on Wheels, based in Rockland.
Forty eighth- and ninth-grade students of Oceanside High School West gathered at Watts Hall in Thomaston March 19 for a full-day Creative Writing Workshop, organized by Youthlinks of Rockland.
Team Brian is hosting an amazing event at the Water Dog Tavern in Thomaston tomorrow, the 18th, from 9-Midnight.
Allied Whale, College of the Atlantic's marine mammal research group, will hold its annual Spring Marine Mammal Stranding Response workshop on Saturday, May 3, 2014 from 1 pm - 5 pm at the college's McCormick Lecture Hall.
A 43-year-old Cushing man pleaded guilty April 17 to robbing a Rockland pharmacy at knifepoint nine months ago.