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The Holmes Agency
Large, dormered Cape in Hancock!
3-4 bedrooms, large living area, open kitchen dining room, extra large master suite and deck. $239,000
Acadia Realty Group
Never to early to plan for spring!
New lawn installation and existing lawn repair. Brick paver walkways and patios, hydro-seeding, retaining walls and more. 667-5808
E. Skip Grindle & Sons
O% Financing on Select 2013 Subarus
With approved credit. Must take delivery by Feb.14. See dealer for details
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Acadia Fuel, LLC
Old roof stripped, disposed of and reshingled ~ $220/sq! Call Ray Day Builders - 667-7019
Ray Day Builders
MOUNT DESERT – Road repairs that were expected to close the main road into Northeast Harbor for the entire weekend were completed early and both lanes of Route 198, south of the intersection with the Eagle Lake Road (Rte. 233) were open by Saturday morning.
ACADIA NAT’L PARK — The Day Mountain carriage road loop and summit road will be closed intermittently beginning on May 28 for up to two weeks to facilitate resurfacing of the road.
MOUNT DESERT — The Pledge of Allegiance will not be recited at the beginning of board of selectmen’s meetings here, to the disappointment of public works director Tony Smith.
BLUE HILL — A food fight continues in Augusta this month.
SOUTHWEST HARBOR — The First bank is looking to sell the Village at Ocean’s End, the 47-acre residential development here that failed to fetch an acceptable price at auction March 26.
ELLSWORTH — Due to heavy rain storms, the Ellsworth Garden Club’s Annual Plant Sale and Pink Tulip Festival has been postponed to Saturday, June 1.
BAR HARBOR — One of the most exclusive clubs in the country is the focus of the first piece of legislation from Bar Harbor’s freshman state representative that has become law.
ELLSWORTH — The following individuals were arrested and/or summonsed in Hancock County in recent days:
AUGUSTA — They came from the townships and plantations of Concord, Lexington, Highland, Carrying Place and Pleasant Ridge.
ELLSWORTH — City councilors have tabled taking any action on the proposed city budget until they have a better sense of what effect school costs and possible revenue reductions from the state will have.
MOUNT DESERT — The passenger in a car driven by a Connecticut man was treated at Mount Desert Island Hospital in Bar Harbor as the result of a single-vehicle accident Sunday on the Pretty Marsh Road.
ELLSWORTH — Students at Ellsworth Elementary-Middle School (EEMS) honored a group of unsung heroes Thursday afternoon, “people who do good deeds without recognition” in their community.
BANGOR — The 11-1 Ellsworth Eagle girls and the 12-0 Mount Desert Island Trojan boys are all but certain to enter post-season tennis play at the top of the Eastern Maine Class B standings.
BAR HARBOR — Kebo Valley Golf Club kicks off its 125th consecutive season in style this weekend with a golf scramble and member open house on Saturday.
The annual Eagles Hoop Camp sponsored by the Down East Family YMCA will be held June 24-28 at the Ellsworth Elementary-Middle School.
The Boggy Brook 5K Run/Walk and Family Fun Run will be held on Sunday, June 9, with the start and finish at Wilson Field on the Boggy Brook Road in Ellsworth.
LUBEC — The first-ever Fundy International Marathon, planned at Lubec and Campobello Island on Sunday, June 23, will be a qualifying race for the 2014 Boston Marathon.
Junior tournament tennis competition for boys and girls ages 16-18 will be taking place May 31-June 2 at the Ellsworth Tennis Center in June with the Chris Angell Memorial Summer Classic.
BAR HARBOR — The Bar Harbor Eden Farmers Market, in the YMCA parking lot in Bar Harbor, and the Northeast Harbor Farmers Market, on Harbor Drive behind the Kimball Terrace Inn in Northeast Harbor, are open for the season.
ACADIA NAT’L PARK — Discover, enjoy, and care for Acadia’s 125-mile trail system and Friends of Acadia-sponsored Village Connector Trails and community trails, accompanied by park trail crew and interpretive staff members to celebrate Trails Day on June 1.
MOUNT DESERT — A novel by former Mount Desert Island resident, author Barbara Kent Lawrence, is slated to be officially launched at a party at the Northeast Harbor Library next week.
BAR HARBOR — The Jesup Memorial Library continues its 2013 Concert Series with a fun performance by the ten-member a cappella group Tyrannochorus Rex on Sunday, May 26 beginning at 2:30 p.m.
ACADIA NATIONAL PARK — Out of 115 applicants, Swans Island artist Gary Hoyle was among 17 selected to be artists in residence at the Schoodic Education and Research Center (SERC) between May 2013 and June 2014.
BAR HARBOR — Memories of a great friend and former businesswoman here have propelled two downtown shop owners to launch a scholarship dedicated to providing arts experience to women of all ages.
LAMOINE — William Henry Parkinson, often called “Parky” or “Bill” of Lamoine, passed on with love and family at his side in his 87th year of life, May 17, 2013. Bill was born April 29, 1926, in Fall River, Mass., son of William Henry and Ida (Savard) Parkinson.
ELLSWORTH and ESTERO, FLA. — Sherman L. Strout, 83, of Ellsworth and Estero, Fla., passed away Sept. 16, 2012, in Ellsworth. He was born Nov. 12, 1928, in East Machias to the late Hazel (Perkins) Strout and the late Leroy T. Strout. He was the brother of the late Mildred Barton and the late Jack Strout.