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BAR HARBOR — Area children and adults with autism, their family members and caregivers, College of the Atlantic students and anyone who wishes to join will participate in Downeast Horizons’ sixth- annual Autism Awareness Walk-a-thon in Bar Harbor on Friday, April 25.
GOULDSBORO — Maine Fair Trade Lobster plans to reopen its newly expanded lobster processing plant in early May and increase the number of employees from 130 to about 200.
ELLSWORTH — When the Ellsworth School Department central office opens for business July 1, it’s going to look an awful lot like the Regional School Unit 24 (RSU 24) central office does right now.
ELLSWORTH — A man who previously worked for a local funeral home has been charged with using his former employer’s credit cards for personal expenses.
TRENTON — An unidentified person driving a Jeep struck and knocked down two electric utility poles overnight, forcing authorities to close a portion of Route 3 temporarily, according to the Hancock County Sheriff’s Department.
AUGUSTA — Members of the Appropriations Committee of the Maine Legislature met Tuesday for a work session to discuss their recommendation on putting before Maine voters a proposed bond issue of $3 million to support purchase of the former international ferry terminal from the Canadian government.
BAR HARBOR — A total of four people have turned in nomination papers for three open seats on the Town Council. Two more people are considering running.
CASTINE — Three members of Maine Maritime Academy’s Athletics Department received the three highest awards at the Student Life Banquet held on April 7.
BUCKSPORT — Righthander Samantha Goode got the Golden Bucks off to a strong start, striking out 15 batters and scattering six hits in pitching Bucksport to an 8-3 win over the Washington Academy Raiders on Monday in Bucksport.
BUCKSPORT — Gage Feeney of Washington Academy pitched a five-hitter, giving up just one unearned run, as the Raiders rolled over the host Golden Bucks 4-1 on Monday.
“The crowds were incredible,” said Andy Beardsley of Surry, who ran in his fourth Boston Marathon. “There were so many things to make you feel good about the human spirit.
SOUTHWEST HARBOR — Poetry month was celebrated in fine style last week at the Southwest Harbor Public Library, with a visit from Maine’s own poet laureate, Wesley McNair. McNair spoke about his personal evolution as a poet, read from recent works and invited members of the audience to share their own poetic works.
BAR HARBOR — St. Saviour’s Parish, Bar Harbor has announced that Doug Van Gorder will produce George Swanson’s opera “Natural Causes Killed Victor” in August before the high altar.
CASTINE — A woman sits at the front of a workboat, just in front of the wheelhouse. Her hair is tied into a braid. Her gaze is turned off the starboard side. She could be looking at the sea and sky, which at the moment are seamlessly flowing into each other. Or maybe, she’s searching for a foolish man who’s out there somewhere — living, working, carousing.
PROSPECT HARBOR — Seven sculptors, hailing from around the world from Spain to the Republic of Georgia, will converge here and create stone pieces for seven Hancock County and Washington County towns as part of the fifth and final Schoodic International Sculpture Symposium.
SOUTHWEST HARBOR — Bessie Tapley Gray, 64, died April 23, 2014, in Bar Harbor. She was born Feb. 24, 1950, in Bar Harbor, the daughter of Lewis Merton and LeRita (Tainter) Tapley.
SOUTH GOULDSBORO — Rena D. Daley, 89, died April 21, 2014, at an Ellsworth health care facility. She was born Sept. 6, 1924, in Gouldsboro, daughter of John and Myra (Rice) Duane.
ELLSWORTH — Glenn Carter, 52, of Ellsworth passed away at his father’s residence Sunday, April 20, 2014. He was born June 23, 1961 in Boston, Mass., a son of Arthur and Margaret (Bailey) Carter.
FAIRFAX, VA. — Hugh Dwelley, 82, died April 10, 2014, at Fairfax Hospital of a heart attack. He graduated from Kents Hill School, Readfield in 1950 and went on to Boston University. He was a retired Foreign Service Officer whose career included tours in Turkey, India Sri Lanka and Italy. Upon retirement, he received USAID’s Outstanding Career Achievement Award.
HANCOCK — Richard Clarke Johnston, 88, died at his home April 20, 2014, after a brief illness. He was born Dec. 21, 1925, to Paul and Phoebe (Clarke) Johnston in Bar Harbor. After high school, he joined the U.S. Army Air Forces, where he met his devoted wife, Stella Brooks Johnston. They were married for nearly 68 years.