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Girl Scout Troop 1017 presented hats, mittens and scarfs they collected in November to their local Stonington library, where people are invited to read, get warm and gather items if ...

Photo courtesy of Girl Scout Troop 1017

Monday, December 11, 2017

Town, ICC sign one-year lease

Stonington —

Selectmen agreed Monday to extend the Island Community Center’s lease of the former school gym building for one year while they await the results of a survey assessing the condition ...

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Record warm weather brought problems, benefits


Island Health & Wellness launches website

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Ready for the holiday season
Ready for the holiday season

Volunteers share stories of addiction and recovery
Island organization seeks to build community support

Stonington —

How can the island help those addicted to opiates find help? And how can it help those in recovery stay clean? The Opioid-Free Island Partnership and Healthy Acadia brought two ...

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Gulf of Maine shrimp fishery to remain closed for fifth year


Teens urged to compete for $5,000 software coding prize

Monday, December 4, 2017

Holiday fair features local crafts
Holiday fair features local crafts

Water main project winds down, final paving in spring
160,000 gallon loss from October storm

Stonington —

After a rough couple of weeks following the October 30 windstorm, crews from Vaughn Thibodeau have completed over eight weeks of construction replacing water lines along Main Street, with cleanup ...

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Lighthouse challenge seeks $15,000 in matching donations

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Dinner portions
Dinner portions

Dickens characters to take the Reach stage

Deer Isle —

The characters of the Charles Dickens classic A Christmas Carol will come to life on the Reach Performing Arts stage beginning December 13.

Directed by John Lincoln, the production ...

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Lobstermen question value of marketing dollars spent


Scallop farm first of its kind in local waters


Cleanup efforts continue after October 30 storm