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 Gloucester to christen its new launch boat on May 19 Source: wickedlocal.com

The City of Gloucester is proud to announce the start-up of a launch service in its beautiful harbor. The launch is a first-class, 26-foot, 24-passenger, solid fiberglass “Duffy” built by Atlantic Boat Company. The public is invited to the christening on Sunday, May 19 at noon at the Harbormaster’s Dock, 19 Harbor Loop, Gloucester. Rides will be available, weather permitting.

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Bar Harbor Times Local News

  • Belfast man faces felony charges related to Goose River Grocery fire
    A Belfast man is facing felony charges after he allegedly started a fire that gutted Goose River Grocery. Kyle J. Skinner, 35, turned himself in March 27, and is facing a Class A felony arson charge, a Class B felony theft by deception charge and a Class C felony insurance deception charge, according to Belfast Police Chief Mike McFadden. The arson charge stems from a fire at Goose River Grocery, located at 77 ...
  • Education briefs
    Maine Community Foundation scholarships The Maine Community Foundation offers nearly 520 scholarships that support students pursuing music, journalism, teaching, horticulture, technology, the arts, and many other fields. They are available for students who attend secondary, post-secondary, and graduate schools, as well as non-traditional programs. A complete listing of scholarships available for the upcoming ...
  • Pennsylvania fugitive wanted on felony warrant arrested in Brooks
    Deputies from the Waldo County Sheriff's Office arrested a Pennsylvania man wanted on warrants from that state March 26. Deputy John McEwen of the Waldo County Sheriff's Office received a complaint that Franklin Barrick, 44, of St. Thomas, Pa., was wanted on warrants for failing to register as a sex offender with the Pennsylvania State Police. McEwen, along with Deputy Darrin Moody, confirmed there was an ...
  • Maine Sheriff's Association names Oettinger deputy of the year
    Deputy Nicholas Oettinger of the Waldo County Sheriff's Office was a co-recipient of the Maine Sheriff's Association deputy of the year award. The deputy of the year award was presented to Oettinger March 19 during the annual Maine Sheriff's Association conference in Portland. Deputy Christina McAllister of Oxford County Sheriff's Office was the co-recipient. In addition to the MSA award, Oettinger was also ...
  • Iberdrola's delay gums up the works for coal-tar residue cleanup project
    Plans to clean up a contaminated property on Washington Street are delayed indefinitely as Central Maine Power waits for approval from its parent company, New-York based Iberdrola USA. The property at 12-28 Washington St., currently used as storage for Trustworthy Hardware, was formerly the city's power station. CMP acquired the property in 1921. When the current owners, Eunice Palmer and her family, decided they ...

Bar Harbor Times Community News

  • Belfast man faces felony charges related to Goose River Grocery fire
    A Belfast man is facing felony charges after he allegedly started a fire that gutted Goose River Grocery. Kyle J. Skinner, 35, turned himself in March 27, and is facing a Class A felony arson charge, a Class B felony theft by deception charge and a Class C felony insurance deception charge, according to Belfast Police Chief Mike McFadden. The arson charge stems from a fire at Goose River Grocery, located at 77 ...
  • Education briefs
    Maine Community Foundation scholarships The Maine Community Foundation offers nearly 520 scholarships that support students pursuing music, journalism, teaching, horticulture, technology, the arts, and many other fields. They are available for students who attend secondary, post-secondary, and graduate schools, as well as non-traditional programs. A complete listing of scholarships available for the upcoming ...
  • Pennsylvania fugitive wanted on felony warrant arrested in Brooks
    Deputies from the Waldo County Sheriff's Office arrested a Pennsylvania man wanted on warrants from that state March 26. Deputy John McEwen of the Waldo County Sheriff's Office received a complaint that Franklin Barrick, 44, of St. Thomas, Pa., was wanted on warrants for failing to register as a sex offender with the Pennsylvania State Police. McEwen, along with Deputy Darrin Moody, confirmed there was an ...
  • Maine Sheriff's Association names Oettinger deputy of the year
    Deputy Nicholas Oettinger of the Waldo County Sheriff's Office was a co-recipient of the Maine Sheriff's Association deputy of the year award. The deputy of the year award was presented to Oettinger March 19 during the annual Maine Sheriff's Association conference in Portland. Deputy Christina McAllister of Oxford County Sheriff's Office was the co-recipient. In addition to the MSA award, Oettinger was also ...
  • Iberdrola's delay gums up the works for coal-tar residue cleanup project
    Plans to clean up a contaminated property on Washington Street are delayed indefinitely as Central Maine Power waits for approval from its parent company, New-York based Iberdrola USA. The property at 12-28 Washington St., currently used as storage for Trustworthy Hardware, was formerly the city's power station. CMP acquired the property in 1921. When the current owners, Eunice Palmer and her family, decided they ...

National Park Service Newsfeed

  • Denali Park Begins Spring Road Opening
    The National Park Service spring road opening crew has begun the annual operations to clear and prepare the Denali Park Road for vehicle access. They expect to encounter less than usual amounts of snow and more overflow ice, due to the lack of insulating snow cover. The remote weather stations at Toklat and Kantishna are reporting approximately 3 and 24 inches of snow, respectively. http://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/2015-spring-road-opening-begins.htm
  • NPS in Alaska Issues Superintendent’s Compendiums
    The National Park Service (NPS) has issued the annual Superintendent’s Compendiums for 2015, a collection of documents that will become effective on April 1. http://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/ak-compendiums-2015.htm
  • Park to Burn Debris in Entrance Area, March 2015
    Fire Management staff at Denali National Park and Preserve are planning to burn debris consisting of trees and brush between Monday, March 9 and Friday, March 27, weather conditions permitting. http://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/burn-notice-march2015.htm
  • Public Meeting of the Subsistence Resource Commision
    The Denali National Park Subsistence Resource Commission (SRC) will meet on Wednesday February 25 at Pikes Waterfront Lodge in Fairbanks. The public is invited to attend the meeting, which will be held from 10:30 am-4:30 pm. http://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/src-3.htm
  • Denali Park Road Opens to Mile 12 on Saturday, February 14
    Weather conditions permitting, at 8:00 am on Saturday, February 14 the National Park Service will open the Denali Park Road as far as the Mountain Vista Rest Area (Mile 12) for travel by private vehicles and commercial vehicles with permits. Visitors should expect to encounter snow and ice on shaded sections of the park road. http://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/2015-initial-road-opening.htm

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