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  • Published
    August 11, 2022

    Journal letter: Proudly flying the pine tree flag

    Flags are symbols but they are also more than symbols because they make a statement.

  • Published
    July 12, 2022

    Playing with fire

    Glass artists transform the local gallery formerly known as Mainely Pottery — with local potters invited back, along with local artists who work in other media.

  • Published
    April 10, 2022

    It’s Maine Pottery Tour time

    The 10th annual event is Saturday, April 30, and Sunday, May 1.

  • Published
    February 12, 2022

    Freedom news

    Freedom's sixth annual Winterfest is Saturday, Feb. 19, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., with skating, sledding, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, sleigh rides and a bonfire at Springvale Farm.

  • Published
    January 17, 2022

    When MLK came to Maine

    When Martin Luther King Jr. visited Maine in 1964, he spoke about the civil rights movement and the status of race relations. While there had been much progress, King said, there was a still a long journey ahead.

  • Published
    January 11, 2022

    Lincolnville residents sign petitions opposing proposed pier

    A proposed 300-foot pier, with seasonal ramp and float, has an Army Corps of Engineer permit and is going through state environmental review.

  • Published
    October 1, 2021

    Searsport Flings into Fall

    Fling into Fall, the annual Searsport tradition which celebrates the arrival of autumn, will feature a parade, classic car show and craft fair, and is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 9.

  • Published
    September 23, 2021

    NEWS VIDEO: CMP Corridor opponent talks about Question 1 in video interview

    This video interview explores issues surrounding Question 1 on the November ballot, including environmental impacts and the issue of retroactive legislation.

  • Published
    September 20, 2021

    UPDATED: Question 1 focuses on the CMP corridor

    While corridor proponents raise the specter of retroactivity, opponents note that is not a change to Maine law. The real issue, corridor opponents argue, is the 53-mile area to be cut through a globally significant forest.

  • Published
    August 25, 2021

    Hoyt one of three finalists for Teacher of the Year

    The 2022 Maine Teacher of the Year will be announced in October.

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