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BLUE HILL — Troopers arrested two brothers, both felons, after investigating an assault complaint in Blue Hill Nov. 29.
GOULDSBORO — Charges are not expected to be filed against an elderly man who was behind the wheel of a pickup truck when it struck and killed an Otis man Wednesday afternoon.
CASTINE — There will be no increase in town water rates in 2014. The selectmen voted 2-0 Dec. 1 to approve the $633,426 operating budget for next year.
BAR HARBOR — A decade-long trend of declining enrollment at the Conners Emerson School has led officials there to propose leaving vacant two teaching positions that are opening this year and cutting hours for a third.
ELLSWORTH — Downtown businesses reported having a busy Black Friday weekend.
GOULDSBORO— The Dorcas Library, which was heavily damaged by a runaway truck Nov. 23, is hoping to reopen Monday with reduced hours.
PORTLAND — There will be no 2014 commercial shrimp season in the Gulf of Maine, regulators decided Tuesday. The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission’s Northern Shrimp Section voted unanimously to ban harvesting of shrimp for sale this winter.
TRENTON — A terminal expansion project at the Hancock County-Bar Harbor Airport may be delayed until the contractor can obtain the steel needed to continue.
BLUE HILL — Coastal property owners should brace for potentially higher flood insurance rates as the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) redraws Hancock County flood zone maps.
HOWLAND — The Mount Desert Island High School wrestling team traveled to Penobscot Valley High School Saturday for their first preseason meet.
ELLSWORTH — The sounds of basketballs bouncing on the court and hitting the backboards won’t be heard again on Forrest Avenue until springtime.
ELLSWORTH — The annual Santa Run/Walk will be held Sunday with start and finish at the Ellsworth Elementary-Middle School.
The Lady Mariners of Maine Maritime Academy saw their record evened at 2-2 while the Mariner men remained winless at 0-4 in basketball action last week.
BLUE HILL — On Oct. 24, Heather McCargo, plant specialist, landscape designer and former plant propagator for the New England Wildflower Society, spoke to the Blue Hill Garden Club and local residents about damage caused to Maine fields and forests by the introduction of certain plants “from away.”
BLUE HILL — The Brooklin Pottery Co-op’s members, Mercuria Cumbo, Bunny Gorski, Cathy Rees, Elsie Sealander and Jane Story, will show some of their most recent work through December at the Blue Hill Library.
BLUE HILL — A rich lineup of folk musicians will sing out to garner support for the newly established Peninsula Free Health Services starting at 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, at the Congregational Church of Blue Hill.
ELLSWORTH — Back before it was possible to carry the great music of the world around in one’s back pocket, there were events variously called soirees, salons, at homes, hootenannies and such. Music lovers from the lowliest peasants to the loftiest kings and queens would invite folks to their homes, or palaces as it were, for an evening of musical entertainment.
BLUE HILL — Peninsula Pan is looking for returning or new performers who would like to participate in Last Night! in Blue Hill on New Year’s Eve.
WINTER HARBOR — Schoodic Arts for All is printing its first book, “Historic Photographs of Winter Harbor,” which is a compilation of vintage photos and memories from longtime local residents.
ELLSWORTH — Gordon J. King, 63, died Nov. 27, 2013, at Collier’s Nursing Home of cancer. He was born Oct. 27, 1950, in Bradley, the son of Louis King Jr. and Ramona (Raymond) King.
BAR HARBOR — Barbara Stevens Shirey, 88, died in her sleep Sunday morning Dec. 1, 2013, at her home in Birch Bay Village, Bar Harbor. She was born July 22, 1925, in Cleveland, Ohio, the daughter of Rhea Huffman and Alton Stevens.