BELFAST — More than 200 citizens, mostly from Islesboro but more than handful from neighboring mainland towns, as well as selectmen from Vinalhaven and North Haven, state legislators and a county commissioner, settled into a Maine Dept. of Transportation public hearing Nov.
Corrective action over weekend has slowed and cleared runoff
CAMDEN — The Maine Department of Environmental Protection has issued a notice to School Administrative District 28 (Camden-Rockport K-8), Ledgewood Construction, of South Portland, and Jake Barbour Inc., of Rockland for allegedly violating the state’s Erosion and Sedimentation Control Law at the
BURNHAM — The next rabies clinic sponsored by the Waldo County Humane Society will be held on Saturday, December 8, at the Burnham Town Office from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Dr. Sarah Tomalty of Little River Veterinary Hospital will administer the shots.
AUGUSTA— Governor Paul R. LePage and the Maine Department of Environmental Protection have announced recipients of the 2018 Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence including the Maine State Prison in Warren.
PORT CLYDE — Videographer/photographer Terry Boivin has been working in Spruce Harbor and Port Clyde, chronicling the business of lobster in mid-November. His video was shot aboard Owen’s Rose, a 33 Crowley Beal owned by Capt. Travis Reynolds, as they haul in 50 traps for the season.
Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, is largely regarded as the first day of the traditional Christmas shopping season, often benefiting big box stores and online giants such as Amazon, but where does that leave the little guys — the local shops, restaurants, inns, and artisans?
Don’t miss the St. George Business Alliance’s 15th annual “Yuletide in St. George ” holiday kick-off event on Friday and Saturday, November 23 and 24. Along Route 131, from Hollyberry Lane to the villages of Tenants Harbor and Port Clyde, St.
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