PBP Book Sale 111915

44 North Coffee of Deer Isle was given the Outstanding Vendor Award at this year’s 5th annual Maine Harvest Festival in Bangor. The event, which took place November 14 and ...

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Monday, November 23, 2015

Superintendent’s resignation moved up to year’s end
Contingent on interim hire

Brooklin —

In a 10-0-1 vote, the School Union 76 Board voted to advance Superintendent Mark Jenkins’ date of resignation up six months to the end of the calendar year, with one ...

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District attorney will prosecute local shellfish violations, but…

Stonington —

Hancock County District Attorney Matthew Foster says his office will now prosecute municipal shellfish ordinance violations, but only if the complaints are filed in the name of the State of ...

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DISHS recognizes fall athletes at awards night

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Community members pitch in
Community members pitch in

CSD student insurance policy lapses
District to pay for optional coverage plan

The Island —

The school district stopped providing accident insurance coverage to students participating in sports and other school activities last week when its policy was canceled by the insurance provider. As a ...

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Thanksgiving meal comes early

Deadline Notice

Monday, November 16, 2015

DISES Mariners crowned soccer champs
DISES Mariners crowned soccer champs

Union 76 Superintendent Jenkins to resign

Bullying, strategic planning top CSD meeting

The Island —

When the CSD school board met November 3, officials and community members discussed two substantive issues: behavioral problems at the elementary school and long-range planning.

Elementary school principal ...

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MDOT informs towns on Route 15 work

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Maine veterans visit capital
Maine veterans visit capital

Family Literacy Night combines reading and fun

The Island —

Families flocked to Deer Isle-Stonington Elementary School’s Fall Family Literacy Night on October 22.

The evening was monster-themed and included a “Monstrous Book Fair” with new titles from Scholastic ...

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WWII veteran honored in nation’s capital

Deadline Notice

Wreath makers relocate, gear up for the holiday season