The Maine Lighthouse Museum is in need of volunteers both in the museum and in the Lighthouse Gift Shop! No experience required! Even if you can only volunteer once a week or a few times a month, don't be afraid to come see us at the museum! We need your help! The Maine Lighthouse Museum is home to the largest collection of lighthouse and U.S.
Coastal Senior College had a record turnout for its 2013 annual luncheon May 4 at Samoset Resort in Rockland.
Maine Eastern Railroad in Rockland confirmed Friday, May 17, former Vice President Gordon Page is no longer with the company.
Archipelago Fine Arts Gallery, 386 Main Street in Rockland, invites the public to a reception from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, May 24, for "In Pursuit of Coastal Light," a spring show of work by Gary Hoyle of Swan's Island and Andrea Peters of East Boothbay.
Anyone seeing her step out of that car might think: polished professional, perhaps an accountant or lawyer making a house call for a particularly important client.
Saturday, May 25th Youthlinks invites friends, families and volunteers to celebrate summer at its open house at 420 Broadway in Rockland from 10am to noon.
Parents of students who attend the Owls Head Central and Gilford Butler schools were ready Tuesday night to circle the wagons to keep their community education centers open.
Four accomplished artists will present on canvas and paper their mindful interpretations of water and earth as the featured artists at Art Space Gallery in Rockland for the month of June.
Mid-Coast Audubon is an all-volunteer group whose mission is to promote long-term responsible use of natural resources through an informed community.
James Austin Rich, 66, of Thomaston, passed away peacefully Sunday, May 12, 2013, at his home surrounded by his loving family.
A 49-year-old Camden man pleaded not guilty to a charge that he exposed himself to two young female workers at a convenience store in March.
The Maine Department of Environmental Protection is warning the city that it faces legal action including financial penalties for problems with its sewer system that allow too much pollution to enter the harbor.
Penobscot School in Rockland announces a 6-week series of Italian classes to begin May 23.
The Rockland CareerCenter, in conjunction with its partners, offers a variety of services that not only help people find employment or upgrade skills but also assist employers in finding qualified workers.