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ELLSWORTH — A man and a woman were arrested early Sunday morning following an incident at a Water Street bar.
BAR HARBOR — The installation of four exterior security cameras at Mount Desert Island High School, along with a video recorder and monitor, was approved by the high school board Monday night at cost of $12,660.
ELLSWORTH — A Sunday afternoon trip to Searsport turned out to be a more dramatic experience than Dotty Small would have thought when she left home.
BUCKSPORT — A local man died over the weekend following a middle-of-the-night car crash the week before.
HANCOCK — Winger, the police dog who recently graduated from training with his handler, Trooper Chris Smith of the Maine State Police, made his first bust June 11 after tracking a driver who fled a rollover accident on the Thorsen Road in Hancock.
ELLSWORTH — As anyone who is or was once a teenager knows, introducing a significant other to one’s parents is not always easy.
TREMONT — Lobster boat racing returns to Downeast Maine Sunday when the fleet comes to Bass Harbor for a day of fun without the stress of competing for the annual points championship run by the Maine Lobster Boat Racing Association (MLBRA).
OTIS — A 30-year-old Otis man and his female companion were arrested Saturday during the investigation into the theft of a jet-ski and trailer.
BAR HARBOR — Summer parking rules are in effect in downtown Bar Harbor.
BUCKSPORT — During her four years at Bucksport High School, Class of 2013 Valedictorian Katy Jones received numerous academic awards and achievements. But when she thinks back about her time in high school, Jones believes the lessons learned in taking risks and embracing changes will be the most valuable.
BANGOR — Bucksport’s Ray Wood will compete for a mixed martial arts featherweight championship against Lenny Wheeler of Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, in the upcoming "Nations Collide: Canadian Invasion" on Friday, July 12, at Darling's Waterfront Pavilion.
CASTINE — Castine Condiments was born on a long, lazy summer afternoon when friends Geary Brouillard and Tony Politano were throwing back a few beers and tossing around ideas on Politano’s porch.
ELLSWORTH — The Ellsworth Eagle swimmers have been named Academic All-American student athletes by the National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association.
ELLSWORTH — Clinics for wrestlers from peewee to college age will be offered this summer by Logan Walsh at his “Walsh’s Way” club on Whitmore Way, about a mile past the Graham Lake Dam.
OTIS — The second annual Jason R. Sargent Memorial 5K and Kids’ Mile Fun Run will be held Thursday, July 4, at Dunn’s seaplane base and landing at Beech Hill Pond.
A 5K road race will be held Saturday, June 22, to benefit Darci Fortier, 26, of Ellsworth, who was seriously injured when thrown from an ATV in May.
ELLSWORTH — The Woodlawn Croquet Court is open for the season with lots of activities planned.
ELLSWORTH — Thanks to the efforts of several area businessmen and high school coaches, American Legion baseball returns to Hancock County this summer after a one-year absence.
Ellsworth Eagle tennis coach Brian Higgins will offer instruction to youngsters in grades 3-8 at a summer tennis camp June 17-21 at the high school tennis courts.
ELLSWORTH — Aleta Looker, a standout runner at Ellsworth High School, now has an international win to her credit.
BAR HARBOR — The Downeast chapter of the Maine Sierra Club opens their annual summer environmental film series on June 23 with “Future of Hope,” a documentary about Iceland.
Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Barbara Walsh will speak about her book “August Gale: A Father and Daughter’s Journey into the Storm,” at the Northeast Harbor Library on Wednesday, June 26 at 6 p.m.
ELLSWORTH — On Monday, June 24, in recognition of Ellsworth’s sesquicentennial celebration, the Ellsworth Garden Club is hosting an illustrated talk on “Grandmother’s Garden” by Diana George Chapin of the Heirloom Gardens of Maine in Montville.
COLUMBIA and GREAT GUANA CAY, BAHAMAS — Jeanne St. André Merkel, 83, of Columbia and Great Guana Cay, Bahamas, died June 13, 2013, in her Columbia home, surrounded by her children. Jeanne was the author of “Nine Boats & Nine Kids,” founder of Pine Tree Day Nursery in Riverhead, N.Y., and of Halfway Brook campground in Bernard. She was an avid gardener, reader, boats-woman and dancer, affectionately known as the “Dancing Queen” of Great Guana Cay.
EXETER, N.H. — Marjorie Allbrooks Tarry, 86, died peacefully May 19, 2013, in Exeter, N.H.
SALISBURY COVE and BONITA SPRINGS, FLA. — Leonard “Lenny” Devereaux Perkins, 88, died June 14, 2013, at his home in Maine surrounded by his loving family. He was born Feb. 14, 1925, in Penobscot the son of Harold and Gladys (Devereaux) Perkins.