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BAR HARBOR — A proposed reorganization of the land use ordinance (LUO) expected to come before voters this November is slated for a public hearing on Tuesday, Aug. 5. The meeting in the town council chambers of the municipal building begins at 7 p.m.
MOUNT DESERT — Competitors in this weekend’s Tom Morris Memorial Regatta double their fun: they enjoy a competitive pursuit-style race and also know they’re helping pass on the love of sailing to new generations.
BAR HARBOR — Despite the many challenges facing scientific research, by all reports, 2013 was a successful year for the Mount Desert Island Biology Laboratory (MDIBL).
ELLSWORTH — Visiting students (ages 15-18) from around the world, including Germany, Spain, Switzerland and Thailand, are seeking host families in and around Ellsworth for the upcoming 2014-2015 academic school year.
ELLSWORTH — The following individuals were arrested and/or summonsed in Hancock County in recent days:
MOUNT DESERT — Keeping Northeast Harbor from resembling a ghost town in the off-season is the goal of John and Johanna Boynton in constructing new buildings on Main Street with retail, office and residential space.
ACADIA NATIONAL PARK — The operator of a company offering to take visitors on "Acadia Vision Quest" tours in the park was cited by rangers last week on a charge of engaging in commercial activities without a permit.
MOUNT DESERT — Representatives of AT&T and Acadia National Park will try to work out a compromise on the height and appearance of a cell phone tower the company wants to locate in Otter Creek.
BAR HARBOR — Residents unhappy with plans by Emera Maine to build a new electrical substation in their neighborhood are taking their protest to court.
ELLSWORTH — A city man was summoned on a felony-level theft of services charge this week after he allegedly failed to pay a bill of more than $2,000 at a local motel.
The 20th annual Bill Reeve Echo Lake Swim will be held Saturday, Aug. 9, at Ike’s Point on Mount Desert Island.
GOULDSBORO — Advance registration has begun for the 13th annual Schaefer Memorial Five-kilometer Road Race on Saturday, Aug. 9, in Birch Harbor.
BLUE HILL — Blue Hill Memorial Hospital (BHMH) and the Blue Hill YMCA, a department of the Down East Family YMCA in Ellsworth, are joining forces for two upcoming races.
SOUTHWEST HARBOR — The 38th Claremont Croquet Classic will begin Sunday, Aug. 3, with play to continue through the following week.
The 23rd annual Bootin’ Eagle Soccer Camp for boys and girls from kindergarten through grade 12 is being held in July and August at the Ellsworth High School practice soccer field.
The fourth annual Dynamic Duo 3-Mile Race will be held Saturday, Aug. 2, with a start and finish at Bucksport High School’s Carmichael Field.
BAR HARBOR — St. Saviour’s Episcopal Parish will host the eighth annual Summer Organ Series on Fridays in August from 12:15-1 p.m. The schedule is as follows.
NORTHEAST HARBOR — Ellsworth native Vivian Beer, whose sculpture and furniture has been shown at The Smithsonian Institution’s Renwick Gallery, Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts and other prominent venues, is being featured in “The Wild & Domestic” running from July 31 through Aug. 5 at the Tent at 129 Main St.
For many folks, Swans is just a remote offshore island a long ferry ride from Bass Harbor. Known for its bustling lobster fishing industry, it is home to abandoned granite quarries, a handful of small villages, a few shops, an elementary school, Grange Hall and one of the nicest libraries in Maine. But now there's a new line to add to the island's communal resume – artist colony.
MOUNT DESERT — The Northeast HarborFest is planned for this weekend, Aug. 2 and 3 on Northeast Harbor’s marina waterfront green. It will run concurrent with Morris Yacht’s annual boat show.
MOUNT DESERT — The many regular attendees of the Mount Desert Festival of Chamber Music were saddened last year when, after 50 years as director, Natalie Raimondi stepped down. Her husband, violinist Matthew Raimondi, who founded the popular summer series of concerts, retired some five or six years ago.
BAR HARBOR — The Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory hosted their first Art Meets Science gallery event of the season on July 10. The opening kicked off the third year of the exhibits which showcase art submitted by local artists, scientific photography and the collaboration of artists and scientists.
BAR HARBOR — Maine Crafts Guild hosts its annual MDI Directions Fine Crafts Show, Friday evening through Sunday afternoon, Aug. 1-3, at Mount Desert High School, Route 233. Known for excellence in their craft, more than 80 artists will exhibit their work for sale over the course of three days.
MOUNT DESERT — Soprano Asleif Willmer and mezzo-soprano Miriam Schildkret will present a vocal recital with pianist Clayton W. Smith at the Somesville Union Meeting House on Main Street on Monday, Aug. 4, at 8 p.m. Both are featured soloists in the Mount Desert Summer Chorale’s concerts taking place later in the week.
FRANKLIN — Michael S. MacCulloch, 49, died July 30, 2014, in Ellsworth. He was born March 24, 1965, in Waukesha, Wis., the son of William and Joan (Skinner) MacCulloch.
ELLSWORTH — Evelyn Alice Tewell (nee Stangroom), 89, of Ellsworth died peacefully Monday, July 28, 2014, at Courtland Rehabilitation and Living Center in Ellsworth. Evelyn was born Sept. 20, 1924, in Woburn, Mass.
HANCOCK — On Jan. 5, 1929, a beautiful little girl named Randi was born to Einar and Astrid Gjetrang in the little town of Sorum, Norway. Randi Collins died July 7, 2014, at her son’s house in Steuben at the age of 85.
LAMOINE — A celebration of the life of Jackson Laboratory scientist, environmentalist and philanthropist Douglas Coleman, Ph.D. (1931-2014) will take place at The Jackson Laboratory, 600 Main St., Bar Harbor on Sunday, Aug. 3, 2014, from 3 to 5 p.m. For a complete obituary and condolences, go to www.jordanfernald.com.
ISLESFORD — Hugh Dwelley, 82, died April 10, 2014, at Fairfax Hospital in Virginia of a heart attack.
FORT WALTON Beach, FLA. — Donald E. Ross was a World War II veteran and proud of his service in the United States Navy and served aboard the USS Bennington. He was a lifetime member of the VFW, American Legion and Disabled Veterans.