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  1. Call for Spring Exhibition 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    31 min ago | Capital Weekly

    Main Street galleries Asymmetrick Arts and Black Hole have announced the Spring Exhibition 2015, an open submission art show to be held in May. The two galleries will begin their 2015 season with this gallery-collaborative group exhibition, designed to encourage and promote contemporary, creative and vibrant work, especially that of Maine-based artists. The show will provide an opportunity for artists to exhibit in, and work with, two of the town's established art destinations and will run from May 1 through 25. An independent jury of artists, which will include Robert Colburn of Damariscotta, Cig Harvey of Rockport and Warren Seelig of Rockland will select work from submissions in all media and subject.

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  2. "Swan Lake," Live In HDRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Herald Gazette

    Live broadcast of performance by the Bolshoi Ballet streamed to Strand Theatre, 345 Main St., Rockland. Cost: $15; $10 younger than 19 and college students with ID.

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  3. Working smoke detector prevents close call in RocklandRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Capital Weekly

    Rockland Fire & EMS said a working smoke detector at a Mechanic Street home prevented what could have been a devastating fire early morning Jan. 24. The fire department was alerted to the call shortly before 4 a.m. in a building owned by John Alexander at 38 Mechanic St. A cigarette had been thrown out the window and went behind a shelving unit on a covered porch, which ignited paper and leaves, extending up the vinyl siding, according to a report from Rockland Fire. Smoke entered an open window, activating a smoke detector in the kitchen and alerted residents to the fire.

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  4. UPDATED: Rockland City Councilor Valli Geiger to seek nomination for House District 93 seatRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Capital Weekly

    In a press release Saturday morning, Jan. 24, Valli Geiger of the Rockland City Council announced she plans to seek the nomination to run as a Democratic candidate for the House District 93 seat vacated by Elizabeth Dickerson. Geiger stressed that she does not plan to resign from the City Council if elected.

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  5. Snowstorm update from VStvRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Capital Weekly

    Snow began falling around 9:45 a.m. and quickly accumulated due to the below freezing ground temperature. The picture above was the accumulation within 20 minutes in Rockland.

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  6. Republicans to caucus for House District 93 candidateRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Herald Gazette

    Republicans will caucus Feb. 2 at the Trade Winds in Rockland to pick a candidate to run for the Maine House District 93 seat being vacated by Rep. Elizabeth Dickerson. Republican James Kalloch of Rockland, who narrowly lost to Dickerson in the November election, has come forward to seek the nomination to run again.

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  7. Trekkapalooza 2015 Postponed Due to Winter StormRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Capital Weekly

    This year's "Battle of the Bands" competition will feature a Beatles theme with six exciting and energetic acts. The line-up includes three bands that are new to Trekkapalooza.

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  8. Trekkapalooza 2015 to Rock The Strand Theatre on Jan. 24 with Beatles ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Herald Gazette

    Trekkers is holding its 10th annual Trekkapalooza event on Saturday, January 24th at The Strand Theatre in Rockland. This year's "Battle of the Bands" competition will feature a Beatles theme with six exciting and energetic acts.

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  9. the Maine Lighthouse Museum Needs Your Help After a Pipe Burst in the Ceiling Causing Major DamageRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Capital Weekly

    A burst pipe in the ceiling of the heating/cooling system at the Maine Lighthouse Museum has caused substantial damaged to sections of the museum. Parts of the ceiling collapsed and wa ter flooded sections of some rooms.

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  10. Special election scheduled to elect representative in House District 93Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Herald Gazette

    A special election has been set for voters in House District 93 to elect a new representative, Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap announced Friday. The special election, slated for Tuesday, March 10, is necessitated by the resignation of Elizabeth E. Dickerson of Rockland, who had won the House seat in the November election.

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  11. Hospitality House receives Darling's vehicle donationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Herald Gazette

    Staff and volunteers of a local organization designed to help homeless individuals and families will have one more tool to use to help aid the people that they assist transition to a more successful life after this week. Knox County Homeless Coalition, the region's only homeless shelter, received a donation of a shelter vehicle from Darling's Auto Group in a presentation Wednesday, Jan. 21. Representatives of Knox County Homeless Coalition, Hospitality House, and Darling's Auto Group were on hand for the presentation of the two-year lease for a 2013 Ford E350.

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  12. Cajun cuisine with 3CROW at Penobscot SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Herald Gazette

    Penobscot School in Rockland invites the public to a Cajun dinner served Thursday, Feb. 12, at 6 p.m. at the school's 28 Gay St. location. Josh Hixson, owner and chef at 3CROW Restaurant, will be on hand to serve up an authentic meal just prior the Beausoleil's appearance at The Strand the following evening.

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  13. Introduction to beekeeping Feb. 5Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Herald Gazette

    Peter Lammert, a long-time member of the Knox-Lincoln Beekeepers Association, will give an introduction to honey beekeeping at the Rockland Public Library Thursday, Feb. 5, at 6 p.m. Lammert, who is one of a cadre of bee school teachers, started keeping honey bees 11 years ago after taking a course on beekeeping, sponsored by the Knox Lincoln Beekeepers Association, and as many people do, got caught up with the wonders of the honey bee which is the only insect that makes food harvested by man. He operates Elm Street Apiary in Thomaston.

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  14. Bangor Savings Bank Foundation Supports the Rockland Harbor YMCARead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Herald Gazette

    Caption: left to right - Mark Foster, Bangor Savings Bank Assistant Vice President, Mary Bumiller, Bangor Savings Bank AVP Branch Manager, Jasen Wood, Rockland Harbor YMCA Branch Executive and Bangor Savings Bank VP Business Banking Officer, Eric Belley. The Bangor Savings Bank Foundation made a grant to support the Rockland Harbor YMCA, a branch of the Penobscot Bay YMCA.

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  15. After banner campaign, Mahar steps down as Mariner coachRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Herald Gazette

    The Oceanside boys varsity soccer team had a banner 2014 campaign, a season that saw the Mariners, in only their fourth year, advance to the regional championship game. Now the Mariners not only will be looking to replace 14 graduating seniors from that talented team, but also their head coach.

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  16. Minor injuries in Owls Head rolloverRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Herald Gazette

    At approximately 1 p.m., Knox County Sheriff's Deputy Matt Elwell responded to a crash on North Shore Drive. Dwayne Knowlton, 43, of Rockland, was driving a 2002 Chevrolet Trailblazer eastbound.

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  17. Sixth District CourtRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Herald Gazette

    Nathaniel Bernier, 41, of Appleton, attaching false plates, 72 hours in jail; operating under the influence, $500 fine, 72 hours in jail, license suspended 150 days. Tristan A. Bissett, 18, of Waldoboro, domestic violence assault, 180 days in jail, all suspended, one year probation; obstructing report of crime, dismissed.

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  18. Letters, Jan. 22Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Herald Gazette

    In his support for Gov. [Paul] LePages' initiatives, Dale Landrith Sr 's Another View column takes aim at middle- and working-class Mainers. Truth be told, I rarely find the Another View column to be anything more than a bunch of dogma that often mimics the talking heads on Fox News.

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  19. Double office availableRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Herald Gazette

    Ideal space available for $375.00 p.m. all utilities included. Waiting rooms, kitchens, plenty of parking.

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  20. The aisle of lost artRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Capital Weekly

    Received an e-mail from a Rockland reader last week, saying that she could not understand why I described the recent events in Gay Paris as "naughty." Her e-mail was, in fact, its own answer, as I occasionally choose words that are not merely run-of-the-mill expressions just to find out if anybody is awake.

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