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E. Skip Grindle & Sons
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Acadia Fuel, LLC
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EBS Building Supply
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ELLSWORTH — The Ellsworth Garden Club, in partnership with the Ellsworth Chamber of Commerce and The Ellsworth American, is launching a program to recognize local businesses that are helping to make Ellsworth more “green” and attractive. Each week, the program will recognize a “Bloomin’ Business of the Week.”
ELLSWORTH — The following individuals recently were booked into the Hancock County Jail:
MOUNT DESERT – Road repairs that were expected to close the main road into Northeast Harbor for the entire weekend have been completed early and both lanes of Route 198, south of the intersection with the Eagle Lake Road (Rte. 233) are open.
BAR HARBOR — A College of the Atlantic senior is working with Acadia National Park officials to survey where bats roost on Mount Desert Island.
BAR HARBOR — Curiosity didn’t kill the cat – but almost.
WINTER HARBOR — Sixteen participants trained to be FrogWatch USA coordinators during a special workshop at the SERC Institute May 15-16.
MOUNT DESERT — Two couples who live near a granite quarry in the village of Hall Quarry are appealing a decision by code enforcement officer Kim Keene not to order the cessation of quarrying at the site.
BAR HARBOR — A hotel worker is charged with reckless conduct after police say he accidentally set some bathroom towels on fire while working his housekeeping shift.
PORTLAND — Steady winds whisked the Mount Desert Island High School varsity sailing team to the middle of the pack in the 2013 Cape Jamboree at SailMaine on May 11.
ELLSWORTH — The following individuals were arrested and/or summonsed in Hancock County in recent days:
AUGUSTA — Over the past 50 years, Maine legislatures and governors have added millions of dollars in tax breaks for businesses without ever doing the detailed analysis to find out which are effective and which are wasteful.
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.
ORONO — Five boys and three girls from Hancock County teams advanced to the next level in Tuesday’s Region 2 qualifier for Maine’s High School Tennis Singles Championships.
ELLSWORTH — Sophomore Moriah Brown pitched a one-hitter, striking out seven batters, as the Ellsworth Eagles rolled to a 12-0 shutout of the John Bapst Crusaders on Tuesday.
The Bucksport Golden Bucks lost their second game of the season. Since then, they have reeled off eight consecutive wins, upping their record to 9-1 and claiming the top spot in the Eastern Maine Class C baseball standings.
Junior League baseball registration for boys ages 13-14 will be held Saturday, May 18, from 3 to 5 p.m. at the George Stevens Academy baseball field in Blue Hill.
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.
ELLSWORTH — Maine comedian Bob Marley, a USO-style show, the Frogtown Mountain Puppeteers and a recreation of the theater’s 1938 opening are among the highlights of “Grand Week” running July 7-13.
BROOKSVILLE — Poet Thomas R. Moore’s second collection of poems offers, like its predecessor “The Bolt-Cutters,” windows into epiphanic moments minor and major from the poet's life.
BAR HARBOR — The 3rd Annual Taste of Bar Harbor is scheduled to kick off this week with chef events, a pub tour and popular dessert contest.
WALTHAM — Marjorie Jordan, 89, died Nov. 25, 2012, in Venice, Fla. A celebration of Marjorie’s life will be held 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 19, 2013, at the Eastbrook Community Center, 959 Eastbrook Road, Eastbrook.
BLUE HILL — Judith A. (Ryan) Grindle, 66, passed away peacefully April 26, 2013, in her home surrounded by family after a courageous battle with cancer. Judy was born May 12, 1946, in Cambridge, Mass., the daughter of Harold and Anna (Walsh) Ryan.