Monday, January 26, 2015

G. Hannelius Hits Paris Berelc 'Sweet Sixteen' Birthday Party

Hollywood, California - Sixteen year old actress G. Hannelius looked gorgeous in a black sparky strapless dress with black high heels as she hits Paris Berelc's 'Sweet Sixteen' birthday party held at The Loft and Rooftop Wet Deck at W Hollywood on January 25, 2015 in Hollywood, California.

Genevieve Knight Hannelius, 16, born December 22, 1998, known professionally as G. Hannelius, is an American actress and singer. She currently stars as Avery Jennings in the Disney Channel sitcom Dog with a Blog. Prior to this, she had recurring roles in the Disney Channel series Sonny with a Chance and Good Luck Charlie. She has also starred in Leo Little's Big Show and has done voice work as Rosebud in the Air Buddies films.

Ryan Newman Hits Paris Berelc 'Sweet Sixteen' Birthday Party

Hollywood, California - Sixteen year old actress Ryan Newman looked beautiful in a black dress with silver high heels as she hits Paris Berelc's 'Sweet Sixteen' birthday party held at The Loft and Rooftop Wet Deck at W Hollywood on January 25, 2015 in Hollywood, California.

Ryan Whitney Newman, also known by the hypocorism Ryry born April 24, 1998, is an American teen actress, singer and model. Newman is known for her roles as Ginger Falcone in Zeke and Luther, Cindy Collins in Zoom and Emily Hobbs in See Dad Run. As a child model, Newman has participated in many photo shoots such as Inspire Magazine, Kaiya Eve Photoshoots 2009 and Dream Magazine. Newman not only works in films and television shows, but has also filmed many commercials throughout the years.


BOSTON — The Coast Guard is urging mariners and the coastal community to take precautions in preparation for Winter Storm Juno, expected to impact the Northeast late Monday through Wednesday
The Coast Guard is flying storm tracks today to warn mariners of the impending blizzard. Air Station Cape Cod is using HC-144a Ocean Sentry airplanes to circumvent the storm while radioing information to mariners below. The Coast Guard will continuously update conditions and issue marine broadcast warnings.
The National Weather Service has issued a blizzard warning for all of Rhode Island and Eastern Massachusetts, including the Cape and Islands. 
"I was living here in Massachusetts in 1978 when a storm shut down the city for a week, this has all the ingredients to be a historical event," said Rear Adm. Linda Fagan, commander of the 1st Coast Guard District in Boston. "I've ensured our crews are ready, and prepared for the worst."
Sustained winds will likely be 20 to 40 mph in a large area with gusts up to 55 mph. Even higher winds are expected in eastern Massachusetts, including Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard where gusts of 70+ mph are possible. Snow accumulation is estimated at 20-30 inches. 
Hurricane force wind warnings are in effect for portions of the nearshore waters around Cape Cod and the nearby islands. Seas could exceed 25 feet and winds could gust over 80 mph over water, making this an extremely dangerous storm for mariners. 

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Lab Rats ""Rise of the Secret Soldiers" Airs Tonight, Monday, January 26th

Fans of the Disney XD series 'Lab Rats' will be able to watch an all new episode tonight, Monday, January 26th, 2015 at 7:30pm ET/PT entitled "Rise of the Secret Soldiers". As Adam, Bree and Chase become celebrities, fame begins to tear them apart. The friction among the group becomes evident when a reality show follows them on a mission and things go awry. However, they must put aside their differences to stop Krane from his evil plan of taking over the planet.

'Lab Rats' stars Billy Unger as Chase, Spencer Boldman as Adam, Kelli Berglund as Bree, Tyrel Jackson Williams as Leo and Hal Sparks as Donald Davenport.
Photos Credit: Disney XD

Paul J. Cellucci Named President of Cross Insurance’s Southern New England Region

Bangor, ME – January 26, 2015 – Cross Insurance, a subsidiary of Cross Financial Corp., and one of the largest independent insurance providers in New England, announces the hire of Paul J. Cellucci as President of the agency’s Southern New England Region.

Cellucci will be responsible for expanding the Cross brand through managing a group of selected agencies spread throughout southern New England. A former Senior Vice President at a large regional insurance agency, Cellucci also held the position of Vice President at Global Insurance in Massachusetts.

“I am thrilled to be joining Cross Insurance and look forward to growing the agency’s brand,” Cellucci said. “The Cross name is one of the most respected in the insurance world and their success and growth over the past several decades is incredibly impressive.”

A 30 year veteran of the insurance industry and 1985 graduate of Brandeis University, Cellucci currently resides in Milford, Mass. and serves on the Board of Directors at Jeff’s Place Children’s Bereavement Center, and on the Executive Committee of IAABO Board 208.

“We eagerly welcome Paul to the Cross Insurance family,” said Royce Cross, CEO and President of Cross Insurance. “Paul’s extensive insurance experience makes him a perfect fit for taking on the responsibilities of this role within our organization.”

Since its founding in 1954, Cross Insurance has grown extensively through the acquisition of more than 100 insurance agencies throughout New England.

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Portland Jetport:Winter Storm Juno Affects Flights and Meetings

Winter Storm Juno Affects Flights and Meetings

Portland, Maine – January 26, 2015 - The Portland International Jetport has been notified by all of its air carriers that, due to the winter storm affecting the Northeast United States, (Winter Storm Juno) all departures have been cancelled for Tuesday, January 27, 2015.  The only arrivals currently scheduled are Tuesday late evening, however the airlines are continuously monitoring the weather and may cancel these inbound flights as well.

Passengers are advised that, while the terminal building will be open, airline ticketing and baggage services will be closed on January 27th and that they should contact their airline via phone or website for up-to-date information on refunds or alternate travel plans.

Plans for resuming service on Wednesday, January 28th are being coordinated with the Jetport’s airline partners.  Additional updates regarding airline schedules and ticketing hours will be posted when more information is available.

The Jetport Noise Advisory Community Meeting scheduled on Peaks Island for Tuesday evening has also been cancelled due to the storm. Future meeting dates will be released once rescheduled.

Operational updates will be published on and on the Jetport’s Facebook and Twitter feeds. and

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Department of Labor Offering Workplace Safety Classes in February

AUGUSTA, Maine - The Maine Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Standards is hosting its no-charge safety courses for employers throughout February. 

"Maine is committed to being business friendly and creating opportunity for our workers," said Governor Paul R. Lepage. "The classes at the SafetyWorks! Training Institute educate and inform about workplace hazards, keeping workers safe and helping to lower associated costs. I encourage Maine businesses and workers to check out the SafetyWorks! website for these and future classes." 

Courses are held at no charge to employers and their employees to ensure and promote safety in the workplace. The courses are held at the SafetyWorks! Training Institute at the Maine Department of Labor, 45 Commerce Drive in Augusta unless otherwise noted. 

Video Display Terminal -- Train the Trainer: February 2, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Maine's Video Display Terminal (VDT) law requires employers to train VDT operators how to work


The city of Rockland is declaring a snow emergency parking ban, prohibit parking of any vehicles upon all of the city streets, or municipal parking lots from 11:00 PM Monday until 6:00 AM Wednesday morning. During this time frame, it shall be unlawful for any person to park or cause to be parked, or permit to remain parked, or to abandon or to leave unattended, any vehicle of any kind or description upon streets; provided, however, that vehicles may be parked for a period of no longer than ten minutes for actual loading or unloading of property, and provided further that no other ordinance restricting parking is thereby violated.
Vehicles found in non- compliance with this Snow Emergency parking ban, which interfere with the operation of any snow removal equipment or any emergency vehicle will be towed. The City Manager or Director of Public Works shall effect such removal of vehicles through the Police Department of the city and the cost of removal and storage of any vehicle shall be paid by the owner or operator thereof.

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The Rockland Report January 23, 2015

 Approved Payroll Warrant.
 Attended Special Council Meeting and Workshops on CEA Agreement, Camden Street Conceptual Designs and Harbor Park.
 Met with Staff to develop revisions to CEA and Camden Street Conceptual
 Completed upgrade of Munis Software.
 Spoke with Key Bank Facilities Department on their parking lot storm water lines and connecting into new line on Winter Street.
 Awarded #2 Fuel Oil Contract to Maritime Energy for the FY16 Budget.
 Tillson Avenue sidewalk work has begun.

 The following permits were issued this week.
o 1 lobster vessel
 Submitted PO’s to Finance Department for payment.
 Removed traps and debris from public floats.
 Organized pallets and barrels into groups.

 Processing more mooring permits, we're about 20% towards our budget goal, but the due date isn't until March 15th.
 Sent out annual Maine submerged lands lease paperwork with our lease fee for
the Middle Pier.
 Met with the U Maine students to discuss their progress on the Public Landing
 In conversations with the Maine Windjammer Association to act as a host for the
fleet of windjammers at the end of their annual race. It would be great to see if
we can get upwards of twenty schooners at the town docks on July 3rd.
 Met with the Harbor Management Commission and discussed the new Food
Wagon, Container ordinance amendment. They support most of the new design
standards, though they don't feel that the wagons in Buoy Park would also need
to go through the planning board approval process. They feel that increased
enforcement by the City's code office would be a good idea.

 Catinka Knoth’s Children’s Art Class drew arctic animals; due to the Martin Luther
King, Jr. holiday, no Adult class was held.
 Patty King continued training new part-time, on-call/substitute library assistant, Melissa Bryan, who will be scheduled when the Library’s regular part-time staff are unavailable.
 The Memoir Writing group met on Tuesday; this is open to all. Bring your own work to read, or just listen.
 Wednesday Storytimes this month all have snow as the central theme. Jean
Young read one of the Library’s new books, which features poetry and incredible
photos, Raindrops Roll, by April Pulley Sayre, followed by three snowman books, Snowie Rolie, by William Joyce, 100 Snowmen, (a math book in disguise) by Jen Arena, and then a nonfiction book Snowmen, by Peter Cole (a workbook on the variety of snowmen and other snow creatures with instructions). The Storytime craft was foam pieces which when put together made a reclining snowman, with the caption “Love to Read.”
 The weekly Rockland Rhythm Masters Drumming Troupe was cancelled due to illness.
 Patty King and I met with the co-president and another member of the Friends’ board about the upcoming Open House. Patty and I developed this year’s poster for the event. This year’s Open House is shaping up to be even bigger and better than the first one
 The film, Babette’s Feast was presented as the Thursday Evening Arts & Cultural Event; there was a nice article on Village Soup regarding presenter, Erika Pfander, and the new monthly series, Pfander’s Favorite Films:
 I submitted the minutes for last week’s video meeting of the Northern Maine
Library District Executive Board.
 Children’s Librarian Jean Young hosted the weekly Baby Storytime, and Saturday Storytime. The planned program, Medomak Valley Players’ Storybook Theater: Cows Don’t Fly– and other known facts was postponed due to the anticipation of snow and concern over the transportation of the troupe. This will be rescheduled.
 Upcoming: Documentaries & Discussion: Introduction to Beekeeping-, and the Second Annual Library Open House, a valentine to the Community—yummy food, fun events, prizes, and more! Mark your calendars for Friday, February 13th, and please plan to attend.

In addition to the general response to fire and EMS calls, conducting apparatus
checks, daily cleaning, routine repairs and maintenance to the fleet and of the
quarters, the following occurred:
 Monday’s fire at the Thorndike proved yet again, the value of sprinkler systems. While our personnel are very motivated and well trained, no FD can have a nozzle in the right place as quick as a sprinkler system. In this case without a fully functioning sprinkler system the fire in the void between floors would have quickly spread to a very large area and multiple floors, the results of which would likely have been tragic. While this is a “W” in the win column, we share this victory with the Council, the Code Office and the people of the City who help ensure there is an inspection program and adopted codes that ensure these safety measures are in place. We’re also fortunate that the current owner has been working to bring upgrades to the building. Monday afternoon the working fire alarm and sprinkler systems together ensured there were no injuries and minimized damage.
 On Tuesday morning I worked with the Fire Marshal’s Office investigator on the origin and cause determination of the Thorndike Fire. We came to the same
conclusion our FD investigation revealed Monday night, that the fire was
accidental in nature, caused by “hot work” being performed on the adjacent
 Tuesday afternoon I attended the Maine Fire Sprinkler Coalition meeting. This
newly formed group will be endeavoring to educate Mainer’s about the benefits
of sprinklers as a whole, and in particular Home Fire Sprinklers.
 Wednesday evening A/C Elwell and I attended the Knox County Mutual Aid
Association’s annual meeting. This group of chief officers from throughout the
county work to ensure we all assist each other as no FD’s in the area (or the State
really) can face every incident on their own.

 Worked with David St. Laurent to familiarize him with plant operations.
 Contacted Neuros Turbo Blower representative to assist with a vibration issue in aeration blower #2.
 Revised FMC Industrial User Permit and sent to D.E.P. for review.
 Forwarded the CSO Annual progress report to Wright-Pierce to assist with
populating some of the data to ensure data consistency.
 Completed video inspection of 1600 ft. of sewer main on Limerock Street (from Claremont to Highland). The sewer main west of Broadway is in poor condition and a proposal will be put together to address it. The majority of issues in the sewer east of Broadway appear to be with the sewer laterals and these should be inspected.
 Established a protocol to begin conductivity testing in areas along the waterfront to locate possible problems with saltwater intrusion in the sewer.
 Continued painting of the interior of the headworks building.
 Pumped and cleaned the vortex separator and CSO contact chamber.
 Replaced the #2 filter press feed pump grinder.
 Made repairs to the polymer pump for the secondary clarifiers.
 Added a trap to the floor drain for the floor in the 2nd floor restroom.
 Received order confirmation for the new backup trailer generator for the pump
stations. Estimated delivery is 3-4 weeks.
 The lab did BOD & TSS testing for Northhaven.
 BOD testing for Vinalhaven.
 FMC testing.
 The treatment plant was in a CSO event from Sunday to late Monday caused by the warm weather and snow melt. The plant flows went from 3 MGD to a peak of 10.73 MGD.

 Performed wastewater sampling & mailed out to be tested.
 Bulldozer broken fuel line ordered and replaced.
 Tire pile hauled off by Bobs Tire Co. from Massachusetts. Reducing the size to less than 625sf per DEP requirements and checking that base gravel pad is proper depth.
 Repaired and relocated stop sign at exit to Limerock Street.
 Notified electrician to coordinate removing and refurbishing motor for trash
compactor. Located lift to remove motor.
 Shipped out 19 bales of tin cans for recycling through MRRA.

 Receptacle and building trash pickup for two days. One day picking up roadside trash.
 Training personnel on new rental sidewalk plow.
 Attended sand/salt workshop in Damariscotta from Maine Local Roads.
 Tree/limb trimming work on West Meadow Road for two days.
 Sign maintenance and training for four days. Included repairing wooden deck on sidewalk in front of Boat Apprentice shop on Main St.
 Cold patching city streets for two days.
 Crew addressing ice issues on several roads and culverts for a day.
 Assisted with flagging on Limerock St. for sewer tech. team.
 Repaired a catch basin frame on Thomaston Street.
 Washing down trucks and equipment.
 Preparing for potential snow storm due to hit on Saturday.

 Officers responded to 151 calls for service. Rockland Police Officers responded to
seven motor vehicle crashes and three animal complaints. Twenty-eight (28)
traffic stops and traffic violations were conducted. Officers charged or made two
arrests of individuals for various offenses, to include Warrant of Arrest and OUI.
From Maine Identity Services, LLC
 We’ve received an alert about a new scam that we haven’t run across before
and I thought you might want this information:
 (A leading insurance company) in the last eight months has received many
complaints where individuals are representing employees of insurance companies where they inform the individual (Victim) that their recently deceased family member had a life insurance policy and that the policy had lapsed for nonpayment of premiums; however, if they would immediately pay money today
then the policy would be reinstated and the life proceeds would be paid directly
to them. There have been different amounts used; however, in many cases they
were asked to send 5- five hundred dollar money cards (Green Dot Cards) in
order to reinstate this alleged policy. The telephone numbers used to perpetrate
these scams originated out of the State of Alabama. The Georgia Department of
Insurance is involved in several of these complaints.

 John met with two representatives from CMCA to discuss temporary locations for shipping containers that would be used for art exhibitions to promote the new
CMCA Contemporary Art Center.
 John and David attended the MBOIA Membership Training Meeting 1/22/15 in South Portland. The topic of the training was “Medical Marijuana Regulations and What the Code Official Needs to Know Regarding Zoning and Buildings”.
 There were no complaints filed this week.
 The following permits were received by the Code Office this week:
o 1 Building permit
o 2 Electrical permits
o 2 Plumbing permits

 The floor in the game room by the TV game area is down and complete and looks very nice. I checked the Maine surplus warehouse and they do not have any furniture at this time. I will be looking for new ways to complete this area.
 The playoffs are on the horizon as the regular season of the 5th and 6th grade
league is almost in the books after this weekend.
 Habitat for Humanity dropped off a plaque to recognize and thank us for our
support of their program. They have groups that come to the area every summer
to build houses for families in this area.
 The hot water has been corrected and we have not had any problems with it
kicking out since. This sounds like a small thing, but it’s a big relief for us and the people that use the building.

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'I Didn't Do It' Stars Olivia Holt & Austin North Hits Paris Berelc 'Sweet Sixteen' Birthday Party

Hollywood, California - 'I Didn't Do It' stars Olivia Holt looked wonderful in a red jumpsuit with white high heels and Austin North, keeping things casual as they hits Paris Berelc's 'Sweet Sixteen' birthday party at The Loft and Rooftop Wet Deck at W Hollywood on January 25, 2015 in Hollywood, California.

Austin was joined by his sister Lauren North.

Olivia Hastings Holt is an American teen actress and singer, best known for playing the role of Kim

Rowan Blanchard Hits Paris Berelc 'Sweet Sixteen' Birthday Party

Hollywood, California - Thirteen year old 'Girl Meets World' star Rowan Blanchard looked wonderful in a black skort, white t-shirt, black suit jacket and high heels as she hits Paris Berelc's 'Sweet Sixteen' birthday party at The Loft and Rooftop Wet Deck at W Hollywood on January 25, 2015 in Hollywood, California.

Rowan who plays Riley Matthews in 'Girl Meets World' faces life lessons through her parents, friends and school. Her best friend in this series is Maya Hart played by Sabrina Carpenter. 'Girl Meets World' airs Friday nights at 8:30pm ET/PT.

Maine 7 Day Forecast

 Mostly sunny, with a high near 18. Northeast wind 5 to 10 mph.
 A chance of snow before midnight, then snow likely between midnight and 4am, then snow after 4am. Low around 10. Wind chill values as low as -6. Blustery, with a northeast wind 10 to 15 mph increasing to 15 to 20 mph after midnight. Winds could gust as high as 35 mph. Chance of precipitation is 80%. New snow accumulation of 2 to 4 inches possible.

Snow with areas of blowing snow. The snow could be heavy at times. High near 18. Wind chill values as low as -9. Blustery, with a north wind around 25 mph, with gusts as high as 50 mph. Chance of precipitation is 100%. New snow accumulation of 8 to 12 inches possible.
Tuesday Night 
Snow with areas of blowing snow before 3am, then snow likely after 3am. Low around 12. Wind chill values as low as -5. Blustery, with a north wind 20 to 25 mph, with gusts as high as 45 mph. Chance of precipitation is 90%.

Snow showers likely, mainly before 8am. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 20. Northwest wind 10 to 15 mph. Chance of precipitation is 60%.
Wednesday Night
 Partly cloudy, with a low around 6.

Mostly sunny, with a high near 27.
Thursday Night 
A 40 percent chance of snow. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 18.

Snow likely. Cloudy, with a high near 33. Chance of precipitation is 60%.
Friday Night 
A 40 percent chance of snow showers. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 10.

 A 30 percent chance of snow showers. Partly sunny, with a high near 22.
Saturday Night 
Mostly cloudy, with a low around 6.

 A 30 percent chance of snow showers. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 20.

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Brielle Barbusca Hits Paris Berelc 'Sweet Sixteen' Birthday Party

Hollywood, California - Teen actress Brielle Barbusca looked great in a silver dress with high heels as she hits Paris Berelc's 'Sweet Sixteen' birthday party at The Loft and Rooftop Wet Deck at W Hollywood on January 25, 2015 in Hollywood, California.

A New Jersey native, Brielle began her career in entertainment working in commercials and print. By age 5, Brielle had begun to booking prime-time television shows and feature films. After recurring on shows like Royal Pains (USA) and Hope & Faith (ABC), Brielle landed a series in Los Angeles, playing the daughter on Debra Messing on the USA hit series The Starter Wife. After the show was

"Snow" The Maine Windjammer Project

"Snow" by Doug Mills
Winter snow at North End Shipyard. [01192014]

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CMP Prepared for Winter Storm

Gale force winds could cause power outages in central and southern Maine
Augusta, Maine - Central Maine Power Company (CMP), a subsidiary of Iberdrola USA, is getting ready for a winter storm forecast to move up the east coast and hit Maine on Tuesday. CMP has equipped and fueled utility trucks, and key CMP personnel are holding periodic pre-storm planning sessions to discuss staffing levels and finalize storm-response plans.

“We’ve put our storm response plan into motion, and we’re watching the forecast closely,” said Gail Rice, spokesperson for Central Maine Power. “High winds are always a concern, and while the snow is expected to be dry and less likely to coat tree limbs and wires, it could still create tough travel and working conditions. So we’re getting crews, equipment, and materials in place to respond.”

The utility is checking the availability of contract crews to assist local crews if the storm causes

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Sophie Turner & Maisie Williams Hits 21st Annual SAG Awards 2015

Los Angeles, California - Game of Thrones stars Sophie Turner, 18, looking beautiful wearing a plunging neckline black dress and high heels with red heart straps, Maisie Williams, 17, in a red dress, gold high heels as they hits 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on January 25, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.

Sophie Turner is an English actress, best known for her role as Sansa Stark on the HBO fantasy television series Game of Thrones, which earned her a Young Artist Award nomination for Best Supporting Young Actress in a TV Series.

Maisie Williams born April 15th, 1997 is an English actress and dancer. She is best known for her

Sarah Hyland Hits 21st Annual SAG Awards 2015

Los Angeles, California - Modern Family star Sarah Hyland, 23, looked gorgeous wearing a plunging neckline black/gray, splash of color dress with high heels as she hits 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on January 25, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.

Sarah Jane Hyland is an American actress. She is best known for her role as oldest sibling Haley Dunphy on the ABC sitcom Modern Family.

Dangerous Winter Storm on the Way

The National Weather Service forecast offices in Gray and Caribou Maine have issued Winter Storm Warnings for all of Maine, with Blizzard Warnings along the coast. 

The storm is expected to move into the State late Monday night, and persist through the day on Tuesday and into Wednesday morning. Snow will be heavy at times, and blizzard conditions are likely in the warned areas, resulting in extremely reduced visibility. 

From the National Weather Service: 

"A Blizzard Warning means severe weather conditions are expected or occurring. Falling and

Blizzard & Winter Storm Warnings Issued For Monday Night-Tuesday Night

Blizzard Warnings in red
Winter Storm Warnings in pink





Rockland Police Message To Residents Ahead Of Impending Major Nor'easter Tuesday

Rockland, Maine - The City of Rockland Police Department has shared this following message on their Facebook in regards to Tuesday's impending major Nor'easter.

We have severe weather coming Tuesday! Make your plans and preparations now so you can stay home and safe during the blizzard and heavy snow accumulations. Driving in this type of weather is very hazardous and unpredictable, if you can camp out at home and ride out the storm there, you will be safer and happier! Get some movies, some popcorn and make it a family fun day, at home! If you think you will have to venture out, (we recommend you don't) please use extreme caution, winter driving is dangerous! . We will be out there, so rest assure if you need us we will be there!



Major Nor'easter Tuesday Prompts Oceanside To Move Up Games

Correction: The boys, as of now will still travel to Camden on Tuesday, January 27th, 2015. This may change, stay tuned...
Rockland, Maine - Due to the impending major Nor'easter scheduled for late Monday night into Tuesday has prompted Oceanside to move up games to Monday, times and locations are the same. Girls hosting Camden Hills and the Oceanside boys traveling to Camden Hills Regional High School.

Several weather outlets are calling for a major Nor'easter with blizzard conditions and a foot plus of snow scheduled to impact the area late Monday night into Tuesday night.

If you have moved up, canceled or postponed game please let us know by e-mailing

K.C Undercover "My Sister from Another Mother... Board" Airs Tonight, Sunday, January 25th

Fans of the new Disney Channel series K.C Undercover will be able to watch an all new episode tonight, Sunday, January 25th, 2015 entitled "My Sister from Another Mother... Board". K.C. tries to convince her parents that her brother, Ernie, who is a genius with computers but pretty clumsy at everything else, is ready to become a spy. However, Craig and Kira have a different plan and introduce them to their new little sister, Judy - a sophisticated humanoid robot disguised as a precocious 10-year-old.

K.C Undercover stars Zendaya, Kadeem Hardison, Tammy Townsend, Kamil McFadden, Veronica Dunne and Trinitee Stokes.

Camden Hills Girls vs Mount View Basketball Full Game

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"Winter Home" by Doug Mills
Stephen Taber, Nathaniel Bowditch and J&E Riggin in their winter home of Rockland Maine. [02102013]

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Saturday, January 24, 2015

UPDATE: Winter Storm Watch Issued, Major Snowstorm Possible Tuesday Into Tuesday Night

SUNDAY UPDATE: Winter Storm Watches have been issued for all of Maine, 6+ is likely to fall. Some reports are calling for up to 2 feet and blizzard conditions, stay tuned...
Rockland, Maine - On the heels of this storm it looks like this is just a pre-snowstorm as a more major one will impact the area on Tuesday during the day and into the evening hours. This Tuesday storm is one to seriously watch as right now more than a foot of snow is possible. Wind will be a real factor with this new storm unlike the one we are dealing with on Saturday.

According to; A snowstorm from late Monday night into late Tuesday night with blizzard conditions from Tuesday morning into late Tuesday night and accumulations of 12-18 inches. They say winds will be from the N at 29mph, guests to 43 during the day on Tuesday and NNW at 32mph with guest as high as 52mph Tuesday night.

According to the; A foot+ will add up during the day Tuesday with winds

Gracie Gold 2015 Prudential U.S. Figure Skating Championships Short Program

Greensboro, North Carolina - Nineteen year old Massachusetts native figure skater Gracie Gold looked fabulous in a blue outfit and performed wonderfully as she competes in the Championship Ladies Short Program Competition during day 1 of the 2015 Prudential U.S. Figure Skating Championships held at Greensboro Coliseum on January 22, 2015 in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Gracie finished her short program with a score of 67.02.

Grace Elizabeth Gold, known as Gracie Gold, is an American figure skater. She is the 2012 World

Camden Hills Girls Varsity Outplays Mount View

Rockport, Maine - The Camden Hills Regional High School girls varsity had a great night as they outplayed visitors Mount View on Friday, January 23rd, 2015 in Rockport, Maine.

Camden Hills varsity girls had a great night as they were able to outplay Mount View by winning. Final score for this varsity match was 52-38. Scorers for Camden were Charlotte Messer 12 points, 3 from a three pointer and 3 foul shots, Kristen Keiran 2 foul shots, Hannah Wincklhofer 2 points, Mara Dostie 6 points, Eliza Boetsch 3 foul shots, Annie Young 4 points, 2 from foul shots and Maddie Bowman, who had a great night scored 21 points, 3 from a three pointer and 10 foul shots.

Mount View scorers were Andrea Crosby 6 points, Jenni Nadeau 3 points, 1 foul shot, Megan Elkins

Special Election Scheduled to Elect Representative in House District 93

Rockland, Maine - A special election has been set for voters in House District 93 to elect a new representative, Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap announced Friday.

The special election, slated for Tuesday, March 10, is necessitated by the resignation of Elizabeth E. Dickerson of Rockland, who had won the House seat in the November election. Dickerson submitted her resignation to the State on January 20.

In accordance with Maine law, the towns of Owls Head and Rockland, which comprise District 93, formally requested the special election on January 21. On Friday, Jan. 23, Gov. Paul LePage issued the proclamation declaring the vacancy and ordering the special election.

The political parties will now caucus to nominate candidates. Nomination of candidates must be filed in the office of the Secretary of State on or before 5 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 9. Petitions for non-party candidates may be requested from the Elections Division and must also be submitted to the Secretary of State by Monday, Feb. 9 at 5 p.m. Write-in candidates must be declared and file with the office on or before 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 17.


Portland, Maine - There will be a Citywide Parking Ban in the City of Portland this evening, Saturday, January 24 beginning at 10:00 PM and ending at 6:00 AM, January 25. During this ban, all vehicles left on City streets during these times will be towed at the owner’s expense.

For more information on snow bans, click here.

The city offers numerous free options for parking on the peninsula during a snow ban. All vehicle owners must remove their vehicles from these designated areas listed below by 7:00 AM the morning the ban is removed. The city may tow, at the owner's expense, any vehicle which has not been removed by the 7:00 AM deadline:

◦Deering Oaks - on the Tennis Court Road only
◦State St. gravel lot abutting Deering Oaks
◦Fitzpatrick Stadium parking lot
◦Hadlock Field parking lot
◦All Portland Public School parking lots except the Reiche School lot which abuts the school and playground
◦Cutter St. lots (off the Eastern Prom)
◦Beach St. lot accessible from Commercial St. after 8 p.m.
◦City lot at the corner of Park and Commercial streets across the street from the IMT (International Marine Terminal)
◦Parking lot on Munjoy St. at the former Adams School site
◦On Peaks Island, snow ban parking is available at the Welch St. parking lot
◦Western Prom - Bowdoin to West Street (waterside)
◦Eastern Prom - Turner to East End School property light pole 33 (waterside)
◦Marginal Way - Plowman to just before the entrance area to the east End Waste Water treatment Plant

TRAVEL ADVISORY: Use Caution If Driving, Trekkapalooza Battle of the Bands Postponed

Rockland, Maine - If driving on the roads today please use caution as they are getting really slippery with accidents and roll offs happening. There have a few popping up in the Rockland, a multi-vehicle accident in Brunswick. Please use caution if you need to drive today as the snow is really coming down which will make roads slippery and covered quickly.

Rockland area could see 6 or more inches of snow during the day and first part of tonight.

Trekkers has postponed its annual Trekkapalooza Battle of the Bands, scheduled for Saturday night,

Camden Hills JV Girls Wins Sticky Match Against Mount View

Rockport, Maine - The Camden Hills Regional High School jv girls played a sticky game against the visitors from Mount View on Friday, January 23rd, 2015 in Rockport, Maine. Both teams just wasn't playing where it was easy to determine who was going to win or not, It was hard to get shots off as both played well.

Camden jv girls were able to win this game by a score of 27-26, one point difference. Scorers for Camden were Mallory Caron 2 points, Haley Simmons 2 foul shot points, Myla Hanson 3 points, 2 from foul shots, Julia Holt 3 points, 1 from a foul shot, Audrey Clement 2 points, Malea Russell 4 points, Laticia Billings 4 points, Mya Wiley 4 points, 2 from foul shots and Kira Barley with two points.

Scorers for Mount View were Taylor Thayer 3 points, 1 from a foul shot, Katelin Bennett 5 points, 1

Camden Hills Girls Freshman Defeats MDI (Photos Included)

Rockport, Maine - Camden Hills Regional High School girls freshman team hosted MDI in court action on Friday, January 23rd, 2015. The freshman girls for Camden were able to win by a score of 42-30. Both teams played a good game with Camden finish on top.

Full game results are not available at this time.

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