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48 min ago | Herald Gazette
Split level ranch located in a great neighborhood. Home has a big private back yard, an in ground pool with a new liner, newly shingled roof, and much more.
4 hrs ago | Bangor Daily News
Here's what's up - there's a lot of music options around the Midcoast this weekend.
10 hrs ago | Weekly Packet
Eric Hopkins of Rockland created this cod fish buoy for this year's auction on August 5 at Fisherman's Friend in Stonington, Maine.
A farming organization with a strong grassroots history announced Wednesday that it received a gift of $1 million to help support and train new farmers, the largest financial donation in its history.
Lavon S. Ames III, 50, of Vinalhaven, loaded firearm or crossbow in motor vehicle, $200 fine; night hunting, dismissed; possess unregistered deer, $300 fine; violating condition of release, dismissed.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded the city of Rockland a grant in the amount of $198,000 for improvements at the Knox County Regional Airport.
Well cared for home on over two acres of land just a short ride into town. Features single floor living, hardwood floors, open kitchen & living room, three season sunroom, large private deck, NEW heating system, circular driveway.
Anna Goff of Rockland tries her hand at driving workhorses as farm co-owner Seth Yentes walks alongside during the Workhorse and Worksong Hootenany.
Students from China, Colombia, Italy and Spain gather following their final presentations on the last day of their three-week immersion.
A former Maine man was convicted Monday of bashing his wife on the head with a rock and pushing her off a cliff because of a dispute over an affair and a $4 million inheritance.
Two lobstermen spent the better part of July 15 floating in a life raft in pea soup fog near Vinalhaven after their fishing vessel, the Kendra and Maysie , reportedly hit a ledge and sank.
The injury did not appear to be serious and the person was taken to Pen Bay Medical Center in Rockport more as a precaution, said Rockland Police Sgt.
The lantern lit walking tours, led by the mysterious Lady in the Red Cloak, explore ghosts and history, spirits and mystery.
Decades after gray seals were all but wiped out in New England waters, the population has rebounded so much that some frustrated residents are calling for a controlled hunt.
Rockland News, Events & Info
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 08:43 pm
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