Watch this 2021 Maine High School Boys basketball game between the Windjammers of Camden Hills and the Lions of Belfast. This game was played at Camden Hills Regional High School in Rockport on Friday 2/26.2021.
HINT: It doesn’t mean 5% of vaccinated people get infected.
Each and every year, tens of millions of dollars go unclaimed by Maine residents. These financial assets are turned over by thousands of national and local businesses and organizations. The State of Maine holds these amounts until you contact them.
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Watch this Maine High School Girls Basketball games between the Windjammers of Camden Hills and the mariners of Oceanside. The games was played at Camden Hills in Rockport on Tuesday, February 23, 2021.
MaineCoast TV and WRFR hosted a Valentine’s Day Zoom event featuring the Camden Shakespeare Festival.
Watch this Maine High School Boys Basketball Game between the Windjammers of Camden Hills and the Panthers of Medomak Valley. this game was played at Camden Hills on Friday. February 19. 2021.
Watch this 2021 Maine High School Girls Basketball Game between the Windjammers of Camden Hills and the Lions of Belfast. this game was played at Camden Hills on Wednesday, 2/17.2021.
In this time of unique challenge, we would like to share images of Maine with you in the hope that they bring some sense of peace, beauty and continuity. We hope you will enjoy the additional tastes of Maine that will follow in the weeks ahead. Please take very...
Watch this Maine High School Boys Basketball game between the Windjammers of Camden Hills and the Eagles of Lincoln Academy. The game was played at Camden Hills on Friday, February 12, 2021.
Watch this 2021 Maine High School Boys Basketball game between the Windjammers of Camden Hills and the Mustangs of Mount View. This game was played at Camden Hills on February 10. 2021.
The Rockland Metro Show is open-minded talk radio (and television) where we actually talk to each other. We listen to each other too, and (trigger warning) we learn from each other. It’s a conversation about whatever we feel like talking about.
We do it for fun, we do it to improve ourselves, and we do it to further the progress of civilization.
By Glen Birbeck --- The Buzz During my time in Ecuador, when escaping the Maine winter, I encountered all sorts of people. Not just nationalities, something that means less and less in our "connected" world. The Asian and the African at home both have dishes pointed...
It may sound like something out of a futuristic science fiction film, but scientists have managed to engineer spinach plants which are capable of sending emails…
Watch this Maine Girls High School Basketball game between the Windjammers of Camden Hills and the Eagles of Lincoln Academy. this game was played at Camden Hills on Friday, February 5, 2021.
Ever thought about how great radio used to be? Real local announcers, a variety of music and a lot more interesting than listening to Pandora.
If you’re interested in being an announcer and/or a behind the scenes person…
I generally interview the first person who speaks to me when I enter a business. Elissa Bower first spoke to me in the Good Tern Co-op, and she was standing by the sandwich counter. I thought she made the sandwiches, but come to find out, her hangout is the small...
Watch this Maine High School Girls Basketball Game between the Camden Hills Windjammers and the Medomak Valley Panthers. This game was played at Camden Hills on Wednesday, February 3, 2021.
I cannot think of a better or more appropriate time to share this image with you, The Beginning. Today divisions in America run deep, but healing has to begin at some moment and we hope with all our hearts that certain recent events will prove to be the...
Watch this Maine High School Girl sBasketball Game between the Windjammers of Camden Hills and the Mustangs of Mount View. This game was played at Camden Hills on Friday, January 29, 2021.
Heavenly Threads Thrift Shop is in need of good quality sellable items to fill up our shop! Our monies go to local non profits! Questions? Call us at 236-3203 Donation days/times: Tuesday 10-3, Wednesday-Friday 9-11 57 Elm St Camden
This Maine High School Boys Basketball Game between Camden Hills and Oceanside was played at Camden Hills on Friday, January 22, 2021. The play-by-play announcer is Charlie Crockett, the analyst is Dave Ridley, and the videographer is Penny Crockett.
Sundays - 11:00 A.M. TO Noon on WRFR FM 93.3 or WRFR.org The Flipside show is a tour through Spike's collection of sound recordings that are kept in his inner sanctum known as 'The Flipside'. Spike's thousands of sound recordings are in the form of 78 rpm records,...
Watch this 2021 regular season Girls Basketball Game between the Windjammers of Camden Hills and the Seahawks of Boothbay Region. This game was played at Camden Hills on Tuesday, January 19, 2021. The play-by-play broadcasters are Charlie Crockett and Dave Ridley. The videographer is Penny Crockett.
Down Main Street with Phil Groce --- Sixteen years ago, I interviewed Lee Smith on WRFR because of his soup-making at what was then, Second Read Books and Coffee, and more recently, Rock City Cafe. Now 44 years old, he has been working there in the kitchen thru it all...
By Barbara A Walsh, The Maine Monitor —
As she drops the cotton swabs between the tiny teeth on the conveyor belt chain, Irene Chase cannot help but wonder, “Where is this one going today?”
“Is it going to a hospital, or the armed forces, or is it going to a foreign country?” Chase silently muses.
Watch this program and enjoy the fun of March 2015 at the Cardboard Box Races at the Camden Snow Bowl in Camden Maine. It was a beautiful day and fun was had by all.
This is Vintage Girls Basketball Game, Season 2 Game # 8 – between the Camden-Rockport Windjammers and the Belfast Lions. The starters for the Windjammers were Anna Sommo, Sarah Dailey, Megan Cressler, Becca Neville, and Megan Bedford. The starters for the Lions were Erin Herbig, Amy Flood, Amanda Brown, Janie Marden, and Amie Potvan.T
This game is one requested by a viewer, and we are looking for requests for “Memorable Games” that you would like to see. Please send us requests to our facebook page, “C2Productions,” or to our email , email@example.com. If we have the game, and it is in good broadcast condition, we will try to get it on the air and online for you.
State CDC director warns it’s a “matter of time” before the variant strain of COVID-19 is detected in Maine.
About 46,600 Mainers were vaccinated as of Friday, according to the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention. That represents nearly 3.5 percent of the state’s population. At least 3,271 of those vaccinated have received their second dose.
In comparison, 28,400 Mainers have had confirmed or probable cases of COVID-19, as of Friday. More than 1,100 have been hospitalized and 426 have died
By Joe Steinberger, The Buzz—
Wednesday’s events in Washington are a clear lesson: the politics of blame lead to violence.
Unfortunately, it is not clear that this lesson is being learned. The Republicans are subdued, for obvious reasons, and perhaps they have realized something about the hazards of following Trump’s brand of populism, but the Democrats, instead of seeing this as an opportunity for a truce, seem to be ramping up the blame rhetoric for maximum advantage.
We need that truce.
When the first sign of intelligent life visits us from space, it won’t be a giant saucer hovering over New York. More likely, it will be an alien civilization’s trash.
Avi Loeb, chair of Harvard’s Department of Astronomy, believes he’s already found some of that garbage.