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HALLOWELL — The Department of Marine Resources (DMR) has announced that President Barak Obama recently appointed Commissioner Patrick Keliher to serve as the United States commissioner of the Council of the North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organization (NASCO).
ELLSWORTH — Three people from Orland arrested earlier this year for an alleged armed robbery in 2011 each were indicted April 10 by a Hancock County grand jury on single counts of robbery, theft, criminal threatening, assault and falsifying evidence.
BAR HARBOR — If you are a teenager in an off-island town, Mount Desert Island High School wants you.
ELLSWORTH — The discovery of Heartbleed, a flaw in the most widespread encryption standards used online, has panicked Internet users across the globe.
BAR HARBOR — A total of 25 residents of the four Mount Desert Island towns turned out for MDI High School’s annual budget meeting April 2 and approved a $9.3-million budget for next fiscal year.
EAST BOOTHBAY — The Department of Marine Resources (DMR) has announced some good news for shellfish harvesters, and mice, for a change.
ELLSWORTH — Nine-year-old Ellie Kane led 14 girls from Springers’ Gymnastics Center with three standout performances at last weekend’s USA Gymnastics Maine State Championships in Waterville.
CASTINE — The Maine Maritime Academy Mariners upped their North Atlantic Conference lacrosse record to 4-0 this week with a 20-5 win over Green Mountain College on Saturday.
BAR HARBOR — When the Harlem Ambassadors take the court on Saturday at 6 p.m. at Mount Desert Island High School, they’ll be facing a team that’s loaded with prominent local basketball names.
LAMOINE — Spencer McElwain, 24, of Caribou finished more than half a minute in front of more than 300 runners — the largest field ever — to win Saturday’s ninth annual Flattop 5K road race.
ELLSWORTH — Spring road racing begins in earnest over the next two weekends with the Flattop 5K on March 29 and the Bridge the Gap race on April 6.
Jeremy Lunt grew up in Northeast Harbor during the 1980s and 1990s, decades when the village was in considerable transition, with stores closing in the Main Street business district and, elsewhere, the modest homes of year-round residents being bought by people “from away” and razed to erect summer cottages. This sea change provides the inspiration for Lunt’s recently released full-length documentary “Summer Colony.”
ORONO — The Bangor Symphony Orchestra presented the final performance of its 118th season to a sold-out hall at Collins Center for the Arts on Sunday afternoon.
PROSPECT — Members of the Friends of Fort Knox have announced that they will be opening the state historic and Penobscot Narrows Observatory sites for school vacation week, Monday, April 21, through Sunday, April 27, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.
SEDGWICK — Mary Cerullo, the author of several books for children on ocean animals, will be the featured guest for Author’s Day 2014 at the Sedgwick School on Thursday, April 17.
BASS HARBOR — Deirdre Roche of Bass Harbor died April 5, 2014, after a period of declining health. She was born Nov. 2, 1941, in New York City to Mary Alice Candor Roche and John Patrick (Jack) Roche.