Summer is the perfect time to buy your new home.
Our lot is full of beautiful new homes for you to browse around and find what you’ve been waiting to move into.
Al Benner Homes
Piedmont & the North - Italian Wine Tasting
Friday, October 3rd 4-7p.m. 227a Main Street, Bar Harbor, 288-1200 Free Admission
Let us keep you safe. Snow plowing, salt and sanding driveways and parking lots. Call 667-3890 or 479-0440.
Our policy is your protection.
At the Holmes Agency we will evaluate your your insurance needs and secure the best coverage at a fair price.
The Holmes Agency
Pure, natural and organic spring water
Why carry water home from the store when we deliver right to your door? BPA Free bottles!
Mount Desert Spring Water
Old roof stripped, disposed of and reshingled ~ $220/sq! Call Ray Day Builders - 667-7019
Ray Day Builders
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SOUTHWEST HARBOR — The Maine Local Roads Program will be providing Southwest Harbor with 45 new street signs at a cost to the town of only $4.88 per sign.
ELLSWORTH — Joseph “Cadillac Joe” Dervali has been extradited to New York from his holding cell at the Hancock County Jail.
TRENTON — A Trenton man who allegedly threw a thermos of coffee at a Hancock County sheriff's deputy Sunday was arrested on several charges, including assault of an officer.
ELLSWORTH — Customers who signed up to receive service from a newcomer to Maine’s electricity market earlier this year should be on high alert, warned a Sept. 23 press release from the Maine Office of the Public Advocate, the state agency tasked with representing Maine residents in dealings with utility companies
STONINGTON — It may look ready for the melted butter and lemon, but this still-live lobster was caught in East Penobscot Bay last Saturday by Stonington fisherman Perley Frazier aboard his boat Jericho III.
BAR HARBOR — Public informational meetings to discuss the proposed deer herd management plan to be voted on in November have been set for two days next month.
BAR HARBOR — For new Conners Emerson School Assistant Principal Gloria Delsandro, Mount Desert Island seems like a downright cosmopolitan place. The Vermont native comes to the Bar Harbor school after a dozen years teaching on Vinalhaven Island off Rockland, with a year-round population of under 1,200.
What if you could get your customers to trust in you, believe in your product(s) so much that they did not care about the latest fads, trends, or the need to be the latest and greatest — at anything — as long as you held fast to the basic tenets that the consumer first believed and held dear?
ELLSWORTH — Several candidates nights are scheduled in Hancock County throughout the month of October.
The Mount Desert Island YMCA Badminton Open is set for Oct. 1-12. Scheduled events are Men’s and Women’s Singles; and Men’s, Women’s and Mixed Doubles. The event features round robin preliminaries followed by a double elimination tournament. Participants are guaranteed a 3-game minimum. Game shuttles will be Yonex Mavis 350 (yellow) medium speed.
MILBRIDGE — The Elaine Hill Memorial 5K Run/Walk, now in its sixth year, will be held Saturday, Oct. 18, at the Women's Health Resource Library next to the Milbridge Medical Center.
ELLSWORTH — Hancock County Habitat for Humanity’s 13th annual Swing for Habitat golf fundraiser has been scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 4, (rain date will be Sunday, Oct. 5) at the historic Northeast Harbor Golf Club on Mount Desert Island.
BAR HARBOR — “All Decked Out!,” a skateboard art show featuring painted and sculpted skate decks by local artists, will open at Choco-latte on Oct. 3 from 6 to 9 p.m.
ELLSWORTH — Filmgoers in Ellsworth will unite with audiences in over 250 cities spanning six continents to vote on the work of filmmakers from around the world when the 17th Annual Manhattan Short Film Festival returns to The Grand Thursday, Oct. 2, at 7 p.m.
BAR HARBOR — Bar Harbor’s final First Friday Art Walk of the year takes place on Oct. 3, and Mount Desert Islander Editor Earl Brechlin will be the featured artist at the Jesup Memorial Library. Brechlin will greet visitors at a reception in the Gladys Franklin O’Neil Periodicals Room that night from 6-9 p.m. Light refreshments will be served.
ELLSWORTH — Charles Stephen Zayic, 90, died Sept. 30, 2014, in Bangor. He was born Dec. 30, 1923, in Belleville, Ill., son of Charles John and Augusta Henrietta (Switala) Zayic.
CRANBERRY ISLES — Annie R. Alley, 81, died Sept. 22, 2014, at her home. She was born Oct. 5, 1932, on Cranberry Isles, a daughter of Elton and Doris (Brown) Rice.
BELGRADE — Nathan A. Booker, 80, died Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, at his home surrounded by his family. He was born Nov. 19, 1933, in Brewer, the son of Reginald, Sr. and Harriet (Hall) Booker.
MANALAPAN, FLA. And PRETTY MARSH — Having celebrated his 90th birthday on Sept. 18, William Evarts Benjamin II died peacefully at his beloved Maine home in Pretty Marsh on Sept. 21, 2014, surrounded by his family and his dogs. Born on Sept. 18, 1924, he resided in New York, Southhampton, Long Island and Cooperstown, N.Y.
GOULDSBORO — Edward J. Lettinger passed away peacefully Sept. 21, 2014, surrounded by the family that loved him. Edward was born Oct. 2, 1952, in Bangor, son of the late Leonard and Martha (Stoeffler) Lettinger. Edward will be remembered for his compassion, giving nature, and most importantly his love, guidance and pride in his family.