Doing it Right for 42 Years...
Looking for a dependable vacuum cleaner or sewing machine? We specialize in what you are look for and we service what we sell in store.
Sew and Save
Is your Generator Ready for Winter Weather?
We offer Preventative Maintenance Contracts and state-wide 24 hour service! Call 848-7702 today! Before the snow flies!
CMD PowerSystems, Inc.
Pre-Sell Wine & Cheese Holiday Tasting
Friday, Dec 13, 4-7 p.m. We'll be tasting and taking orders for holiday wine, cheese and meats - all at great prices!
Summer is the perfect time to buy your new home.
Our lot is full of beautiful new homes for you to browse around and find what you’ve been waiting to move into.
Al Benner Homes
Never to early to plan for spring!
New lawn installation and existing lawn repair. Brick paver walkways and patios, hydro-seeding, retaining walls and more. 667-5808
E. Skip Grindle & Sons
Old roof stripped, disposed of and reshingled ~ $220/sq! Call Ray Day Builders - 667-7019
Ray Day Builders
Category: Waste & Recycling
|Coastal Energy, Inc.|
Category: Oil & Propane
|Ray McDonald & Sons, INC|
Category: Landscape Service
|Allen Insurance and...|
Category: Financial Services
|Sinclair Builders, Inc.|
Category: General Contractor
SOUTHWEST HARBOR — Tom Walcott has been battling stage two colon cancer since early October this year. Tom’s family and friends are planning to raise money via a benefit dinner on Friday, Dec. 13, at the Common Good Soup Kitchen in Manset. Music will be provided by the Trusty Bud Show.
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.”
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.