June 10, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page


Faced with prejudice at Brunswick parade

It was Memorial Day and our family decided to attend the Parade in Brunswick. We had picked out a spot on the Brunswick side of the bridge and assumed that this was going to be an enjoyable event and the start of a good day.  More...

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WED/10  BLOOD DRIVES  RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE, 1-6p.m., Bath Knights of Columbus, 807 Middle St., Bath. 1-800-RED-CROSS. Drop-ins welcome. More...


Still ‘Smiling’

Downtown Camden store celebrates 75 years under one family

CAMDEN  M eg Quijano said she never intended to run a gift shop founded by her grandmother.  But for the past 35 years, Quijano has carried on the family tradition and is glad she did.  The Smiling Cow, known for its red-andwhite strip More...


Legislature revives 9 of 10 bills LePage vetoed

AUGUSTA   A day after Gov. Paul LePage vetoed 10 bills sponsored by Democrats because they blocked his bid to have a referendum to repeal the income tax, the House and Senate pushed back Tuesday by reviving nine of them.  More...


Murder charge for woman who took abortion pill questioned

Even opponents of abortion say it may be hard for Georgia authorities to follow through with prosecuting a woman who was charged with murder because she took a pill to terminate her pregnancy.  More...