Posts Tagged: Business

  • Bucksport farmers’ market opens

    Bucksport farmers’ market opens

    BUCKSPORT — The sun was out and a breeze was blowing on Thursday afternoon, as a group of area farmers set up stands for the year’s first Bucksport Bay Farmers’ Market. To honor the occasion, Main Street business owner Larry Wahl used a massive pair of shears to cut a red ribbon. Vendors, who came from farms

  • Fellows, Kee, Tymoczko & Pierson hires new associate

    Fellows, Kee, Tymoczko & Pierson of Bucksport has hired a new associate, Christina S. Lewis of Belfast. For the past few years, Lewis has been practicing law in Hampden with McCue Law offices. She earned her BA in philosophy at New College of Florida and graduated with honors from the University of Florida College of

  • Bayview is back in business

    Bayview is back in business

    PENOBSCOT — Bayview Market & Take-Out is open again this summer after taking a break last year. Located on Northern Bay in Penobscot, the business will be run by Jason Reynolds, whose father used to do so. Bayview opens at 11 a.m. Tuesday through Sunday.

  • Bar Harbor Bankshares reports first quarter earnings

    BAR HARBOR — Bar Harbor Bankshares, the parent company of Bar Harbor Bank & Trust, recently announced record net income of $3.9 million for the first quarter of 2015, representing an increase of $94,000, or 2.5 percent, compared with the first quarter of 2014. The company also reported diluted earnings per share of 64 cents

  • Campground could create business opportunities

    Campground could create business opportunities

    WINTER HARBOR — Laundromats, hot showers and bicycle rentals topped the list of business opportunities discussed Monday that would cater to Schoodic Woods campers. A few other ideas were floated as well. “I could open a lobster cook right across the road,” said Billy Bickford of Winter Harbor. The new campground in Acadia National Park

  • Tropical fish business making waves in Franklin

    Tropical fish business making waves in Franklin gallery

    FRANKLIN — It all started more than a decade ago with Moe and Louise, a pair of tropical tomato clownfish swimming happily in an aquarium in Soren Hansen’s apartment closet. Today, his company, Sea & Reef Aquaculture, is riding a wave of popularity among owners of saltwater tropical fish home aquariums. The potential is substantial.

  • TradeWinds and Fuddruckers to open on Monday

    TradeWinds and Fuddruckers to open on Monday

    ELLSWORTH — Everything from burgers to beer to frozen yogurt with more than five dozen choices for toppings will be available at Whitney Field starting Monday, as TradeWinds and Fuddruckers will open their doors to the public. The third business in the 9,500-square-foot building, a Tim Hortons coffee shop, is expected to open within a

  • American’s “Extra” section to be included in all copies

    American’s “Extra” section to be included in all copies

    ELLSWORTH — The American Extra, a weekly magazine section that had been provided only to regular subscribers, will be inserted in all copies — subscriber and newsstand — starting next week. “It’s a great section with a growing fan club,” said American General Manager Terry Carlisle. “So we thought it should be available to the