MAINE AT WAR
The Kenduskeag Civil War monument comprises a cannon and a bronze tablet set atop a concrete base in the Village Cemetery and dedicated in 1905. (Brian F. Swartz Photos) It’s easy to miss them, even on a Memorial Day weekend. The… Read More
    TASTE BUDS
    You love it or you hate it. Rhubarb advocates are delighted to see those red stems reach out and the dark green leaves unfurl. Others wince and clamp their jaws shut. Thirty years ago, when we moved to this house, one of… Read More
    LUBEC — SummerKeys, A Music Vacation in Lubec, soon will open its doors for the 27th summer to musicians, artists and students from near and far. There will be more than a dozen instrumental programs to offer to adults of all ability levels, with no audition or entrance… Read More
CAMDEN — Camden Garden Club will present “The Harvey Girls and the Santa Fe Railroad” at its next meeting on Thursday, May 24, First Congregational Church, 55 Elm St. Refreshments at 9 a.m. will be followed by a presentation at 9:30 a.m. by club member Sally Ann… Read More