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Brown & Millikin
If we’re not your insurance agency, we should be.
Brown & Millikin
Question: What is Real Food?
Answer: Real Food comes from nature, it is unprocessed or minimally processed before it is consumed.
Blue Hill Co-Op
Striving to serve our customers better while advancing with the latest technology!
We're installing a bulk plant so we can buy products at the best prices and pass those savings on to you!
Acadia Fuel, LLC
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R.L.White & Son
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Robert Levin is an award-winning reporter covering the Bar Harbor community. His beat includes municipal government, school happenings, real estate development and the business community. Robert also covers the visual and performing arts, writing about painting, music and other topics. He is often seen with his camera at community events. Robert enjoys living in Bar Harbor with his family.
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.
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.
BAR HARBOR — Phoebe Durand McDonnell simply lights up when her hands start strumming the strings. Her full-size harp comes alive with the attention, sending out beautiful streams of sound.
BAR HARBOR — A Ledgelawn Avenue homeowner did a double-take when she went to do a load of laundry on the afternoon of May 8 and found a second washing machine sitting in the middle of her cellar. The problem was she had not ordered the mystery appliance.
BAR HARBOR — Whether or not the town has a deer problem and whether or not something should be done about it will be considered by town councilors this week as the deer herd control task force presents their interim report.
BAR HARBOR — Mainely Meat Barbeque in Town Hill will have amplified music this summer after town councilors Tuesday reversed an earlier decision to deny the establishment a special amusement permit.
BAR HARBOR — Large hotels are once again disallowed in Hulls Cove and bed and breakfast establishments relegated to specific districts under an agreement between the town and the plaintiffs in the “Appendix C” zoning lawsuit that was approved by Superior Court Justice Ann Murray.
BAR HARBOR — “The Strange Eyes of Dr. Myes,” the first feature-length film by local filmmaker Nancy Andrews, is set to begin production next month following the successful conclusion of a Kickstarter funding campaign.
BAR HARBOR — Controversial sewer connection fees that can cost new or expanding businesses tens of thousands of dollars could fall by the wayside under a proposal introduced by town manager Dana Reed Tuesday.