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A New Jersey native and UMaine journalism graduate, Carolyn worked first in newspapers, then in public relations at Husson College, on Capitol Hill, and in the Bell System, ultimately as PR vice president of AT&T Capital Corp. In 2014 Carolyn’s career came full-circle and she joined The Republican Journal.

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  • Published
    September 21, 2021

    No Maine mountain too high for 75-year-old

    Alan Wood and his hiking partner, a marathoner, are tackling Maine’s highest peaks.

  • Published
    September 19, 2021

    Frankfort news

    A sign in front of the Frankfort Village Fire Department asks if firefighters can see your street number on the front of your house in case of an emergency. …

  • Published
    September 19, 2021

    Waldo news

    The ticks are back; I’ve been finding them on the cat again. It’s a little later than I expected. I picked up tick medicine …

  • Published
    September 19, 2021

    Owner announces Coyote Moon for sale

    After more than 30 years of operating her store in downtown Belfast, owner and founder Michelle Walker wishes to devote more of her energy to other interests.

  • Published
    September 18, 2021

    Knox news

    Rita Doughty has been submitting news to The Republican Journal for many, many years. She started back when Geneva Hurd and Millie Wentworth were writing: Geneva did Knox, Rita did Knox Center, maybe even East Knox — she forgets now. She took a break, then got back at it. In addition to writing her column, Rita frequently passes along news tips to The Journal staff — she seems to know what’s going on all over the county!

  • Published
    September 18, 2021

    Maine CDC reports 587 COVID-19 cases, one death

    The seven-day average of new cases continued its rise, reaching 485.6 on Saturday.

  • Published
    September 17, 2021

    UPDATED: Jackson news

    Neighbors helping neighbors: This Sunday, Sept. 26, 9 a.m. onward. Can you put in a little time to help a local family get their wood in? Many of you know Harold and Cheryl Moore, either through Harold’s years of firefighting service — along with his late son, Ed. They sure could use a hand this year — many hands, and chainsaws, and even a wood splitter. …

  • Published
    September 17, 2021

    Freedom news

    My thanks to a reader who suggested I have a conversation with Freedom’s oldest current resident (we think — anyone out there more than 97 years old?)…

  • Published
    September 17, 2021

    Montville & Liberty news

    On Saturday, Sept. 11, a cinnamon bun bake sale was hosted at the Montville Firehouse. Kailey Spaulding was the chef…

  • Published
    September 17, 2021

    Thorndike news

    COVID has closed the Thorndike Town Office for a few days. As of this writing, it was scheduled to reopen on Friday, Sept. 17. If you go in on business, please remember …

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