• Ellsworth Antiques show features 13 new dealers

    Ellsworth Antiques show features 13 new dealers

    ELLSWORTH — Celebrating its 10th year at Woodlawn, the Ellsworth Antiques Show opens on Thursday, Aug. 13, and runs through Saturday, Aug. 15. This year’s show and sale has a diverse lineup of 28 booths and 13 new dealers. According to Woodlawn Executive Director Joshua Torrance, “There is always a feeling of excitement at Woodlawn

  • Co-op picnic set for Aug. 19

    BROOKLIN — The Blue Hill Co-op’s annual Community Appreciation Picnic is scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 19, from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Lookout Inn at Flye Point in Brooklin. The menu will include lobster with fixings and dessert along with a vegan/veggie option. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children (12 and

  • Fundraiser set for Brooksville Library

    BROOKSVILLE — A silent auction and dessert auction will highlight the annual Brooksville Library fundraiser on Sunday, Aug. 9, from 3 to 6 p.m. The event will take place at the newly renovated library in the Townhouse on Coastal Road. Music and kids’ games will entertain children and adults alike outside on the lawn. This

  • Fair scheduled in Castine Aug. 8

    CASTINE — On Saturday, Aug. 8, from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., there will be an outdoor fair on the grounds of Our Lady of Holy Hope Church on Perkins Street in Castine. All proceeds from the fair will go to “Free the Kids Inc.,” which supports an orphanage and model village founded by Father

  • DVD Review: Kingsman: The Secret Service

    DVD Review: Kingsman: The Secret Service

    Deranged, disjointed and weird. Equal parts comic book, 007 parody and “Spy Kids,” this alarmingly violent sendup would have done better to select a single genre and stay there. Colin Firth, Michael Caine and Samuel T. Jackson would have done better to exercise their own powers of selection before agreeing to participate in this adolescent

  • Free health forum at MCMH Aug. 10

    ELLSWORTH — Maine Coast Memorial Hospital will be hosting a free community health forum titled “Nutrition 101: The Basics and Not So Basic Guidelines for Healthy Eating” on Monday, Aug. 10. The forum will run from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. and will be held in the hospital’s classroom. Amy Henderson and Cece Ohmart will talk

  • Gallery features nationally known photographers

    Gallery features nationally known photographers

    GOULDSBORO — Photographer Dean Kotula regularly exhibits photos taken from his years working on the sea and exploring locales from Aroostook County’s potato fields to India. Currently his gallery is featuring the work of three celebrated photographers who also happen to be friends —Cherie Hiser, Henry Horenstein and Mariette Pathy Allen. “I wanted to break

  • Hancock County Superior Court July 15 to July 24

    Hancock County Superior Court July 15 to July 24

    The following cases were heard in Hancock County Superior Court, according to official records: July 15 to July 24 William Smith, 51, Franklin. Gross sexual misconduct at Hancock, July 10, 1987. Jail 30 days. Probation partially revoked. Craig E. Strout Desmond, 28, Castine. Unlawful possession of oxycodone at Ellsworth, Aug. 4, 2011. Dismissed. Unlawful trafficking

  • Property Transfers July 23 to July 29

    AMHERST Holly Lund, Canon City, Colo., to David R. Butterfield, Eddington, land with any buildings. Warranty Deed. Toni Denise Taylor, Columbus, Ind., Personal Representative of the Estate of Neola J. Lord, to Toni Denise Taylor, Columbus, Ind., Dirk Eugene Lord, Newark, Del., and William Darin Lord, Columbus, Ind., as tenants in common, land with any