Willy, Stonington’s one-eyed seal, a local favorite, can often be seen looking for dinner at the Stonington Lobster Co-ops and other fishing docks around Stonington Harbor. He prefers fresh mackerel, ...

Photo by Leslie Rice

Monday, September 26, 2016

Hagen Dock bids under review

Stonington —

Bids for the rebuild of Hagen Dock have come in lower than anticipated, according to Town Manager Kathleen Billings.

The town received bids from three contractors. The low bid ...

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Selectmen appoint parking committee, give November deadline

Water company adopts revised operating rules, accepts grant

Thursday, September 22, 2016

108 candles just won't fit
108 candles just won’t fit

Stonington man to serve seven years for lobster boat arson

Bangor —

“To destroy a lobsterman’s boat is to destroy his livelihood,” U.S. District Court Judge John A. Woodcock Jr. said, sentencing Jeremy Eaton, of Stonington, to a seven-year prison term ...

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Island volunteer goes to Louisiana to assist with flood relief efforts

Deer Isle —

After stepping away from years of volunteering as an Emergency Medical Technician with the ambulance service on the island, Deer Isle resident Carol Bray found herself wanting to do volunteer ...

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Deer Isle town office personnel transitioning into their new jobs

Isle au Haut Union Congregational Church welcomes new minister

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Cruising the Reach
Cruising the Reach

New school year brings grading changes to Deer Isle-Stonington Elementary School

Deer Isle —

The Island Education Revitalization school board subcommittee, made up of Jane Osborne and Liz Perez, reported at the CSD 13 meeting Tuesday, September 6, that it is in the ...

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Zone C Lobster Council votes to close zone

Stonington lighting designer expands into new market