Posts Tagged: Business

  • Bar Harbor Bank & Trust announces annual employee honors

    At Bar Harbor Bank & Trust’s annual employee recognition dinner, several employees and directors were recognized for their years of service at the bank. Maureen Lord, VP/regional branch relationship manager (Lubec), was recognized for 25 years of service to Bar Harbor Bank & Trust. Dawn Nason, internal audit officer (Ellsworth), was recognized for 20 years

  • Longtime downtown hairstylist retiring

    Longtime downtown hairstylist retiring

    ELLSWORTH — Longtime downtown hairstylist Marie Lane, owner of Hair by Marie, intends to retire at year’s end. “I’m ready for something new,” Lane said. “I’m ready for the new chapter in my book of life.” Lane has been a hairdresser for 25 years. She counts a year of beauty school for a total of

  • Fire Chicks photographers ready to answer the call of duty

    Fire Chicks photographers ready to answer the call of duty

    ELLSWORTH — Whenever and wherever Franklin and Sorrento firefighters are called to duty, Tina Smith is often driving right behind them. As the official photographer for both fire departments, she doesn’t want to miss a minute of the drama. “I love being on the fire departments,” Smith said. “I love the camaraderie and the selflessness.

  • Hancock marine hardware business expanding

    Hancock marine hardware business expanding

    HANCOCK — Though well known in marine and manufacturing circles, R. E. Thomas Marine Hardware Inc. operates under the radar. Tucked away behind Tideway Market on Route 1, most people just drive by the large blue building and nothing registers. But low-key or not, the company is expanding rapidly. R.E. Thomas broke ground Thursday, July

  • Brenda Condon wins top Bar Harbor Bank & Trust employee honor

    Bar Harbor Bank & Trust recently announced that Brenda Condon, service manager at the bank’s Deer Isle branch, was among the winners of the 2015 Agnes Salisbury Customer Service Award. The award is the bank’s highest employee honor. Throughout the year employees award one another “stars” for exemplifying behaviors consistent with the Agnes Award as

  • New shop celebrates world’s natural wonders

    New shop celebrates world’s natural wonders

    ELLSWORTH — Fancy a cool dip? Head over to the Union River created during the last ice age. Like to collect rocks? Check out the 550-million-year-old bedrock on the waterway’s western bank. “It’s a museum of glaciers,” says natural science educator Tony Sohns, leading a riverside walk. Digging among white lichen-patterned rocks, he holds out