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ELLSWORTH -- For the second time in a week, an accident was reported on Bridge Hill. The incident occurred at 6 p.m. Wednesday evening.

BUCKSPORT — Verso Paper has announced plans to close its Bucksport mill before the end of the year.

ELLSWORTH — The attorney for a man accused of murdering a Trenton accountant and assuming the victim’s identity said he expects to file a motion to suppress evidence in the case.

CASTINE — No wind and a lack of experience left the Maine Maritime Academy sailing team in a hole last weekend, but interim coach Cullen Teel sounded an optimistic note Tuesday morning about the Mariner sailors’ prospects.

DEDHAM — Seat belts are credited with preventing serious injury in a three-vehicle crash Wednesday morning on Route 1A near the Lucerne Inn.

BLUE HILL — Put down the Purell.

The anti-bacterial hand sanitizer and others of its ilk are not enough to kill a virus called enterovirus D68 that has been sickening children across the United States since August.

ELLSWORTH — The City Council will likely move later this year to tighten regulations on the use of consumer fireworks within the city limits.

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.

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