• Lucerne Golf Club Senior Scramble results

    Lucerne Golf Club Senior Scramble results

    DEDHAM — Results from the Lucerne Golf Club’s Senior Scramble on Tuesday, July 19, and Thursday, July 21, are as follows: July 19: Tom Winston, Jake Manning, Tony Ranco, Bob Francis (-4); Aaron Carter, Ed Curtis, Doug Hardison, Dick Gassett (-3), Jason Huntley, Jason Heckman, Bill Brooks, Ken Gray (-1). Pin: No. 2 Doug Hardison

  • Castine’s Bob Ciano wins Bucksport Bay Festival 5K

    Castine’s Bob Ciano wins Bucksport Bay Festival 5K

    BUCKSPORT — Bob Ciano, 62, of Castine placed first of more than 130 runners in Saturday’s Bucksport Bay Festival 5K. Ciano was the first male finisher with a time of 19 minutes and 19.8 seconds. Katherine Marshall, 34, of Houston, Texas, was the first female in 20:17.3. The following won their age divisions: Female age

  • DEFY swimmers break four state records

    DEFY swimmers break four state records

    NEW BRUNSWICK — The Down East Family YMCA swim team placed fourth at the Maine Swimming International Invitational held from Thursday to Sunday at the Canada Games Aquatic Center. Thirty teams from across New England and Canada competed in the long course (50-meter pool) meet. DEFY totaled 1503 points. Long Reach Swim Club from Bath

  • Educators praise Surry author’s new book

    Educators praise Surry author’s new book

    SURRY — If an animal rights activist and an animal researcher can find lasting love, perhaps anything is possible, even overhauling the U.S. education system. “When we started dating, not a person in the world thought we would make it,” said Zoe Weil, who is co-founder of the Institute for Humane Education. She was the

  • Schoodic Arts for All Summer Luncheon raises over $28K

    Schoodic Arts for All Summer Luncheon raises over $28K

    WINTER HARBOR — Schoodic Arts for All raised more than $28,000 to support its year-round programming and community events at the 6th Annual Summer Luncheon held on July 8 at Hammond Hall. Schoodic Arts for All’s Executive Director Mary Laury praised her staff, volunteers and Gouldsboro resident Jane Bradley, who spearheaded the fundraiser. “Schoodic Arts

  • Surry town picnic scheduled Aug. 1

    SURRY — The Surry Community Improvement Association invites all Surry residents to its seventh annual Surry town picnic on Monday, Aug. 1. The event will take place at the town wharf in the village at 5:30 p.m. Hot dogs, baked beans and water will be provided by the association. All of Surry is encouraged to

  • Swimmer pulled from Sullivan quarry dies

    ELLSWORTH — A Surry man who failed to resurface while swimming at the Sullivan Quarry July 21 has died, according to a spokesman for Eastern Maine Medical Center. When first responders arrived on scene to help Jeremiah Moon, 26, they found bystanders already performing CPR, according to the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office. Moon was taken