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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

  • Burnham store burglar pleads guilty, gets two months in jail
    A Fairfield man involved in the late-night burglary of a Burnham convenience store will serve 60 days in jail and pay more than $1,000 in restitution. John Michael Ryan, 19, was one of five people arrested for stealing beer, cigarettes and other sundries from Patterson General Store Jan. 8. According to police statements, store owner Brian Kenney stumbled on the burglary in process after waking in the night and ...
  • Middle school students explore careers, financial literacy
    Troy Howard Middle School students recently participated in an all-day Junior Achievement program called “JA: It’s My Future.” More than 200 students learned about entrepreneurial skills, personal finance, career interests and the economic benefits of staying in school during several sessions. The "It's My Future" program also focused on personal branding, careers in high demand and job search organization ...
  • McCrum unmoved by city's desire for trail connection
    After a stretch of relative quiet, city officials last week went public with a renewed intent to get an easement over Penobscot McCrum property. By fate, the potato processing business sits between the north end of the downtown Harbor Walk and the dangling south end of the new Passy Rail Trail. For the city and supporters of the blossoming recreational trail system, the refusal of one business to let a handful of ...
  • Wayward coffee cup contributes to two-vehicle crash
    A dropped coffee cup led to a two-vehicle collision the evening of April 25 in Troy. Benjamin Caston, 25, of Manchester was driving east on Detroit Road at 7:20 p.m. in a 2000 Honda passenger car when he dropped his coffee cup, according to Waldo County Sheriff's Deputy Casey McDonald's crash report. Caston reached down to retrieve the cup while he continued to drive, and when he looked up he realized he was in ...
  • Sheriff's office adds two new deputies to department roster
    Waldo County Sheriff's Office added two new deputies to its ranks, welcoming the two new officers with a badge-pinning ceremony April 27. Casey McDonald and Andrew Mulligan have joined the sheriff's department as full-time deputies. McDonald, a Waldo County native, graduated from Mount View High School and attended Waldo County Technical Center, completing a two-year law enforcement program. After graduating from ...

Bar Harbor Times Community News

  • Burnham store burglar pleads guilty, gets two months in jail
    A Fairfield man involved in the late-night burglary of a Burnham convenience store will serve 60 days in jail and pay more than $1,000 in restitution. John Michael Ryan, 19, was one of five people arrested for stealing beer, cigarettes and other sundries from Patterson General Store Jan. 8. According to police statements, store owner Brian Kenney stumbled on the burglary in process after waking in the night and ...
  • Middle school students explore careers, financial literacy
    Troy Howard Middle School students recently participated in an all-day Junior Achievement program called “JA: It’s My Future.” More than 200 students learned about entrepreneurial skills, personal finance, career interests and the economic benefits of staying in school during several sessions. The "It's My Future" program also focused on personal branding, careers in high demand and job search organization ...
  • McCrum unmoved by city's desire for trail connection
    After a stretch of relative quiet, city officials last week went public with a renewed intent to get an easement over Penobscot McCrum property. By fate, the potato processing business sits between the north end of the downtown Harbor Walk and the dangling south end of the new Passy Rail Trail. For the city and supporters of the blossoming recreational trail system, the refusal of one business to let a handful of ...
  • Wayward coffee cup contributes to two-vehicle crash
    A dropped coffee cup led to a two-vehicle collision the evening of April 25 in Troy. Benjamin Caston, 25, of Manchester was driving east on Detroit Road at 7:20 p.m. in a 2000 Honda passenger car when he dropped his coffee cup, according to Waldo County Sheriff's Deputy Casey McDonald's crash report. Caston reached down to retrieve the cup while he continued to drive, and when he looked up he realized he was in ...
  • Sheriff's office adds two new deputies to department roster
    Waldo County Sheriff's Office added two new deputies to its ranks, welcoming the two new officers with a badge-pinning ceremony April 27. Casey McDonald and Andrew Mulligan have joined the sheriff's department as full-time deputies. McDonald, a Waldo County native, graduated from Mount View High School and attended Waldo County Technical Center, completing a two-year law enforcement program. After graduating from ...

National Park Service Newsfeed

  • National Park Service Announces Selection of Guided Mountaineering Services Concessioners in Denali National Park and...
    The National Park Service (NPS) has completed the selection process for the concession contracts authorizing guided mountaineering expeditions within the portion of Denali National Park and Preserve formerly known as Mt. McKinley National Park. https://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/selection-of-mountaineering-concessioners.htm
  • Wolf Harvest Near Denali and Yellowstone Affects Wolf Viewing Opportunities
    Harvest is one of several factors that potentially affect wolf viewing opportunities in Denali and Yellowstone National Parks. Visitors to national parks were half as likely to see wolves in their natural habitat when wolf hunting was permitted just outside Denali National Park’s boundaries during a period from 1997- 2013. Other important factors linked to wolf viewing rates include, the proximity of wolf dens to the Park Road and the regional wolf population. https://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/wolf-harvest-affects-viewing-opportunities.htm
  • Denali Park Road Opens to Teklanika, Mile 30
    Mild weather and Alaska’s second warmest winter on record have aided the park’s spring road crew in their efforts to open the Denali Park Road. Park staff officially opened the road to private vehicle traffic as far as mile 30, the Teklanika Rest Area, yesterday morning. https://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/tek-opening-2016.htm
  • Climber Rescued from Mount Hunter
    Denali National Park and Preserve rescue personnel conducted a short-haul helicopter rescue of a stranded climber on Mount Hunter (14,573-feet) on Sunday afternoon, April 3. Masatoshi Kuriaki, age 42 of Fukuoka, Japan, was evacuated from an elevation of 8,600 feet on Mount Hunter’s West Ridge climbing route. He was on Day 75 of a planned 65-day solo expedition. https://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/mthunterrescue.htm
  • 2016 Road Lottery Entry Period Begins May 1
    The 2016 annual Denali National Park and Preserve Road Lottery will take place Sept. 16-20. Public Road Lottery days are Sept. 16, 18, 19 and 20 (Friday, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday). Saturday, Sept. 17 is Military Appreciation Day, dedicated to active duty service members and their families stationed in Alaska. The permits will be distributed to military personnel through their internal channels. https://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/road-lottery-application-2016.htm

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