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Moderator Skip Greenlaw stands by the ballot box while voters weigh in on the proposed Commercial Fish Pier Ordinance changes. Marsden Brewer, who spoke to oppose the changes, casts his ballot. ...

Photo by Faith DeAmbrose

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Deer Isle town meeting
All articles approved in less than an hour

Deer Isle —

It took about 100 voters less than an hour to approve all 70 warrant articles without change at the 2015 annual town meeting Monday, March 2.

The total proposed ...

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Hagen Dock project gets green light at Stonington’s annual town meeting

Sheriff says community needs to help combat “drug problem”

Ellis takes decisive win to retain selectman’s seat

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Monday, March 2, 2015

Walking across Stonington Harbor
Walking across Stonington Harbor

Mariner cheerleaders turn donation into supplies for homeless shelter

Deer Isle —

A penny may be only 1 cent on its own, but with a whole bunch of them you can go shopping. And that is just what the Mariners cheerleaders did ...

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Thursday, February 26, 2015

Queen’s Closet founder Cathy Boyce
Queen’s Closet founder Cathy Boyce

Deer Isle elections
Two-way races for selectman, road commissioner

Deer Isle —

In Deer Isle voters will head to the polls to participate in town meeting elections, as is the town’s tradition, the first Monday of March.

There are contested races ...

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Queen’s Closet returns to former location

Storms wallop Stonington’s winter road budgets

Island Town Meetings

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Removing ice on Moose Island
Removing ice on Moose Island

Stonington Town Meeting Preview
Hagen Dock is top fiscal priority for 2015

Stonington —

With the warrant finalized and town reports to the printer, voters in Stonington are just under two weeks away from town meeting where they will be presented with 79 warrant ...

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Slight budget increase has little effect on bottom line

Revisiting the Reach: looking back in order to look forward

Island farmers and community included in ‘The Farm Project’