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United States Air Force pararescueman and Deer Isle native August O’Niell competes at the Invictus Games in Orlando on May 8-12, after one leg was amputated after he was shot ...

Photo courtesy of U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Matthew DeVirgilio

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Selectmen sign on with PERC for post-2018 trash disposal

Stonington —

With little discussion, Stonington Selectmen on May 16, voted to sign a contract with the Penobscot Energy Recovery Corp. in Orrington.

The four selectmen present (John Robbins was absent) ...

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Deer Isle native competes in Invictus Games

Billings takes musical roots to church, new CD released

Memorial Day Deadlines

Monday, May 16, 2016

Hula dancers coming to island
Hula dancers coming to island

$1 million Hagen Dock rebuild moves ahead

Stonington —

Plans for the rebuilding of Hagen Dock are moving forward and town officials still anticipate starting the project this fall.

The town has received all of the state ...

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Incoming superintendent outlines ‘four keys’ for building trust

Hawaiian hula dancers to highlight Fourth of July

Bar Harbor Bankshares expands into New Hampshire and Vermont

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Wings, Waves & Woods 2016

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Bridge construction set for May 16
Bridge construction set for May 16

Recreational cod fishing back, haddock rules relaxed
DMR enacts emergency rule

Penobscot Bay —

Nine months after recreational, party and charter fishing for cod was banned, the Department of Marine Resources has opened Maine waters up to a limited catch, effective May 7.

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GSA announces top students in the Class of 2016

Bridge construction to get under way

Designer boutique hits Blue Hill Main Street

DISES seventh graders named state winners in STEM competition