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 University College at Rockland (commonly known as URock, pronounced you rock) is a branch of the University of Maine at Augusta. Located in Rockland, Maine, it serves over 600 students every semester and offers several dozen courses through on-site, ITV (interactive television), and online mediums. Its website is www.learn.maine.edu- rockland. Contrary to popular belief, URock is not a community college; it is one of several regional centers owned and operated by the University of Maine at Augus...
 
 
 
 
Stephen Taber is a two-masted schooner, built in 1871, operating as a windjammer in the tourist trade out of Rockland, Maine. A National Historic Landmark, she is one of a small number of surviving schooners originally built for the Atlantic coasting trade, and one of only three with a centerboard, allowing access through shallow channels and to shallow landing points. She is named for New York lawyer and politician Stephen Taber, and has a well-documented history of continuous service since her...
 
 
 

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Knox County Regional Airport (IATA: RKD, ICAO: KRKD, FAA LID: RKD) is a county owned, public use airport in Knox County, Maine, United States. It is located three nautical miles (6 km) south of the central business district of Rockland, Maine. The airport serves the residents of midcoast Maine with commercial and charter aviation services. Scheduled airline service is subsidized by the Essential Air Service program. It is also a major hub of freight and mail service to Maines island communities ...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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 The Weskeag River is a short tidal river in Knox County, Maine. The Abenaki Indians called it Wessaweskeag, meaning tidal creek or salt creek. From its source (44°04�13�N 69°09�38�W 44.0702°N 69.1606°W 44.0702; -69.1606 (Weskeag River source)) in South Thomaston, the river runs 1.2 miles (1.9 km) northeast and southeast to its confluence with Marsh Creek, then 4.2 miles (6.8 km) southeast through its estuary to the Muscle Ridge Channel of West Penobscot Bay. Its mouth is ...
Grace Bailey, also known for many years as Mattie, is a two-masted schooner whose home port is Camden Harbor, Camden, Maine. Built in 1882 in Patchogue, New York, she is one of four surviving two-masted wooden-hulled schooners, once the most common vessel in the American coasting trade. She was one of the first ships in the fleet of historic vessels known as Maine windjammers, which offer cruises in Penobscot Bay and the Maine coast, entering that service in 1939. She last underwent major restor...
 
 
 
 
Knox County is a county located in the U.S. state of Maine. As of the 2010 census, the population was 39,736. Its county seat is Rockland. The county is named for American Revolutionary War general and Secretary of War Henry Knox, who lived in the county from 1795 until his death in 1806. The county was established on April 1, 1860, and is the most recent county to be created in Maine. It was carved from parts of Waldo and Lincoln counties. The Union Fair, started in 1868, began as the efforts o...
 
 
 

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 The Saint George River is a river in Maine with a watershed of 225 square miles (580 km2) in a unique and historic area of mountains, sea coast, lakes, tidal streams and inlets. The origin of the Saint George River is the outflow of Saint George Lake (44°23�42�N 69°18�41�W 44.3951°N 69.3113°W 44.3951; -69.3113 (Saint George River source)) in Liberty. The river follows a winding course 45 miles (72 km) south to Thomaston, where the river flows into the estuary and runs abo...
German Church and Cemetery is a historic German Lutheran church and cemetery in Waldoboro, Maine. Waldoboro was settled by four shiploads of German immigrants between 1740 and 1753 and other settlers who came from earlier settlements on the Atlantic coast. The thirty six and one-half by forty five and one-half foot church building was framed and enclosed in 1772 near the ferry landing on the east side of the Medomak River replacing their first church building, a log building at Meeting House Cov...
 
 
 
The Medomak River, historically known as the Muscongus River, is a 40-mile-long (64 km) river in Maine. From its source (44°21�48�N 69°21�09�W 44.3634°N 69.3524°W 44.3634; -69.3524 (Medomak River source)) in Liberty, the river winds 32 miles (51 km) south to the head of its tidal river estuary in Waldoboro, then about 8 miles (13 km) south to Bremen. The river flows through Hockomock Channel into the head of Muscongus Bay. Medomak is Abenaki for place (river) of many alew...
 
 
 
 
 

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  WMCM (103.3 FM) is an American radio station broadcasting a country music format simulcasting WBFB. Licensed to Rockland, Maine, USA, the station serves the Mid Coast Maine area. The station is currently owned by Blueberry Broadcasting.  

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