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ACADIA NATIONAL PARK — A .7-mile stretch of Duck Brook Road that has been closed to vehicle traffic since a washout several years ago could remain closed permanently.
TREMONT — Selectmen last week filled a bevy of committee seats but balked at appointing members to the harbor committee.
For the first time in many years, Chrysler has built a competitive midsize sedan capable of challenging the industry stalwarts in what is the largest selling automotive category in America. Often left with also-ran cars that quickly became rental-fleet mainstays, Chrysler has worked with new owner Fiat to create the third product from the CUSW platform that also underpins the compact Dodge Dart and midsize Jeep Cherokee crossover wagon.
The following cases were heard in Hancock County Court, according to official records:
BAR HARBOR — Children, parents and teachers aren’t the only ones looking forward to the new school year, which starts Tuesday, Sept. 2, for all students in the Mount Desert Island Regional School System (MDIRSS).
ELLSWORTH — A teenager from Ellsworth was arrested Aug. 26 after he allegedly stole a vehicle from a nonprofit agency.
ELLSWORTH — The following individuals recently were booked into the Hancock County Jail:
ELLSWORTH — Police are investigating a case of a man fraudulently using his EBT card.
ELLSWORTH — A city man was arrested and charged with sex offenses Thursday.
ELLSWORTH — A nighttime burglary at a local convenience store remains under investigation by police.
BAR HARBOR — A sewerage pumpout facility for recreational boats will be installed at the town pier, following award of a $47,000 grant from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection (DEP).
SURRY — Bicycle riders who join the 10th annual Ride for Life on Saturday, Sept. 13, will have plenty of distance options from which to choose.
ROCKPORT — The Mount Desert Island High School football team held their own in their first interscholastic matchup Monday, against Camden Hills.
ELLSWORTH — Area golfers can choose to participate in any or all of four tournaments to support Hancock County organizations in September.
BAR HARBOR — The 37th Annual Bar Harbor Bank and Trust Half Marathon is set for Saturday, Sept. 20. The race begins at 7:30 a.m. The YMCA also hosts a 5K road race the same day.
BLUE HILL — The second annual Wilbur’s Run, which includes a one-mile walk and a five-kilometer race, will be held at the Blue Hill Fairgrounds on Saturday, Aug. 30.
MOUNT DESERT — Filmmaker Jeremy Lunt has announced a new documentary project for release in early 2016.
MOUNT DESERT — The works of Mount Desert Island painter Ernest McMullen are on display at the Gallery at Somes Sound through Oct. 31.
BANGOR — Penobscot Theatre Company is shining up its cowboy boots to kick off its 41st season with “The Honky Tonk Angels,” Sept 4-21. The heartwarming musical features 30 classics from the Golden Age of Country, including “9-5,” “Coal Miner’s Daughter” and “Stand by Your Man.”
SOMESVILLE —Witt Kennon Cochrane III died peacefully Aug. 28, 2014, surrounded by his loving wife and children in Bangor. Ken was born April 28, 1929, in Chicago, Ill., to Witt K. Cochrane II and Joyce Palmer Cochrane.
SULLIVAN — Frank W. Stoke, 88, died peacefully Aug. 23, 2014, at his home in Sullivan with his best friend and wife of 59 years, Dorothea, at his side. Known by many in the area from his work at Vibert Pottery as well as his large garden, Frank enjoyed a simple life of creativity, exploration and abundance.