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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

  • Waldo County Registry of Deeds
    The following deed transfers were recorded at Waldo County Registry of Deeds between May 20 and May 26: Belfast: Waldo County Land Co. LLC to Penobscot McCrum LLC Ann M. Delaney, David T. LeMay, Anne Marie Delaney and Ditech Financial LLC to Federal National Mortgage Association Federal National Mortgage Association and Fannie Mae to Paula M. Tarr and Clyde A. Tarr Jr. Judith E. Crosby and Phillip B. ...
  • Seeking new Woitowitz: Youth mentor retiring after decade of 'Making Change'
    "The hospital's been great, letting someone come in here who didn't know anything." “And they said it wouldn’t last.” “He keep telling me it’s not gonna work, it’ll never work.” “You’ve done more than people could ever have imagined.” These were some of the comments made between bursts of laughter and silent pauses of appreciation by Waldo County General Hospital staff who gathered Monday evening to celebrate ...
  • Vietnam remembered
    Wearing uniforms and military hats, ribbons and medals and, in some cases, decorated leather jackets or vests, veterans attended and participated in a moving tribute Saturday, May 28 at Montpelier as the annual "Boots on the Ground" Memorial Day weekend event focused on Vietnam and honored all who serve. The event was part of a five-day visit of The Moving Wall, a memorial that displays the names of 58,228 ...
  • Fantastic creatures bob in bow waves of 'S.S. Belfast'
    Five years ago, David Hurley painted the looming back corner of the Family Dollar building to more closely resemble what he had always seen — the prow of a ship bursting out of the ledge. "S.S. Belfast" was bold, but a common complaint was that it was too empty. From the trompe-l'oeil sweet spot in Post Office Square, the view gave way to a lingering line of froth farther up Main Street as the illusion was ...
  • Voters breeze through $20 million RSU 3 budget adoption
    About 40 residents moved swiftly through a 21-article warrant May 25 for Regional School Unit 3's proposed $20 million budget without making any changes to suggested funding amounts. The 2016-2017 budget totals $20,259,000, which represents an increase of 1.43 percent over the current year budget. Towns will see an increase of 4.59 percent in their local assessments. District officials attributed the increase in ...

Bar Harbor Times Community News

  • Waldo County Registry of Deeds
    The following deed transfers were recorded at Waldo County Registry of Deeds between May 20 and May 26: Belfast: Waldo County Land Co. LLC to Penobscot McCrum LLC Ann M. Delaney, David T. LeMay, Anne Marie Delaney and Ditech Financial LLC to Federal National Mortgage Association Federal National Mortgage Association and Fannie Mae to Paula M. Tarr and Clyde A. Tarr Jr. Judith E. Crosby and Phillip B. ...
  • Seeking new Woitowitz: Youth mentor retiring after decade of 'Making Change'
    "The hospital's been great, letting someone come in here who didn't know anything." “And they said it wouldn’t last.” “He keep telling me it’s not gonna work, it’ll never work.” “You’ve done more than people could ever have imagined.” These were some of the comments made between bursts of laughter and silent pauses of appreciation by Waldo County General Hospital staff who gathered Monday evening to celebrate ...
  • Vietnam remembered
    Wearing uniforms and military hats, ribbons and medals and, in some cases, decorated leather jackets or vests, veterans attended and participated in a moving tribute Saturday, May 28 at Montpelier as the annual "Boots on the Ground" Memorial Day weekend event focused on Vietnam and honored all who serve. The event was part of a five-day visit of The Moving Wall, a memorial that displays the names of 58,228 ...
  • Fantastic creatures bob in bow waves of 'S.S. Belfast'
    Five years ago, David Hurley painted the looming back corner of the Family Dollar building to more closely resemble what he had always seen — the prow of a ship bursting out of the ledge. "S.S. Belfast" was bold, but a common complaint was that it was too empty. From the trompe-l'oeil sweet spot in Post Office Square, the view gave way to a lingering line of froth farther up Main Street as the illusion was ...
  • Voters breeze through $20 million RSU 3 budget adoption
    About 40 residents moved swiftly through a 21-article warrant May 25 for Regional School Unit 3's proposed $20 million budget without making any changes to suggested funding amounts. The 2016-2017 budget totals $20,259,000, which represents an increase of 1.43 percent over the current year budget. Towns will see an increase of 4.59 percent in their local assessments. District officials attributed the increase in ...

National Park Service Newsfeed

  • Mountaineer Dies on Ski Descent of Denali’s Messner Couloir
    A mountaineer from the Czech Republic died in a fall Saturday evening, May 29 while skiing the Messner Couloir on Denali. https://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/messnerfatalfall.htm
  • Celebrate National Trails Day in Denali on June 4!
    Ever wonder what it means to be Denali National Park and Preserve’s “Dandelion Queen?” Join her crew and other park staff for “Dandelion Demolition 2016” on Saturday, June 4 to celebrate National Trails Day. https://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/2016-national-trails-day-denali.htm
  • 2016 Denali Road Lottery Entry Period Will End on May 31, 2016
    Denali National Park and Preserve Road Lottery Staff would like to remind the public that the entry period for the 2016 Denali road lottery will be ending soon. https://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/2016-road-lottery-reminder.htm
  • Denali Seeks Public Comments on an Environmental Assessment of a Mining Plan of Operations on...
    The National Park Service (NPS) is considering approval of a Mining Plan of Operations (MPO) which was submitted by Kris DeVault for the purpose of accessing and conducting a suction dredge placer gold mining operation on the 118 acres of the Liberty #9 and Liberty #13 through #20 (Liberty) unpatented mining claims located in the Kantishna Hills area within the 1980 park additions of Denali National Park and Preserve. https://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/ea-comments-eldorado.htm
  • Body of Missing Hiker Found Near Savage River Loop Trail
    The search for missing hiker Michael Purdy, age 24 of Portland, OR, concluded when a ground team found his remains near the north end of the Savage River Loop Trail. https://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/news/missinghikerfollowup5-1-16.htm

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