BAR HARBOR — Opponents of Emera Maine’s plans to run new power transmission lines and build a new power substation on the outskirts of downtown are pushing the Maine Public Utilities Commission (PUC) to open a formal investigation.
Articles by: Robert Levin
ACADIA NATIONAL PARK — A Bar Harbor charter fishing boat being transported between harbors was taking on water Tuesday and adrift off the Ocean Drive here.
BAR HARBOR — Gaia Deboer has for 20 years sold her whimsical, nautical-themed art wholesale to shops up and down the coast of Maine. Now, with House 114, the Bass Harbor artist has for the first time set up a retail space where she can share her wares, expand her line and get a little …
BAR HARBOR — A new, part-time music teacher has been hired at Conners Emerson School and plans are in place to spend the $26,000 for the music program approved by voters this summer.
BAR HARBOR — A former town councilor is barred from renting an apartment on his property by the week, after action by the town’s code enforcement officer.
BAR HARBOR — A recent visit by police to a home on Kitteridge Brook Road has highlighted a growing neighborhood divide over incessant late-night target shooting.
BAR HARBOR — Public informational meetings to discuss the proposed deer herd management plan to be voted on in November have been set for two days next month.
BAR HARBOR — For new Conners Emerson School Assistant Principal Gloria Delsandro, Mount Desert Island seems like a downright cosmopolitan place. The Vermont native comes to the Bar Harbor school after a dozen years teaching on Vinalhaven Island off Rockland, with a year-round population of under 1,200.
BAR HARBOR — The town of Cranberry Isles is the winner of the 2014 Supreme Award for the design, layout and content of their annual municipal report.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Proposed regulations that would have adversely affected the way local craft beer breweries deal with their spent grain will be revised by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Maine Republican Senator Susan Collins announced this week.
BAR HARBOR — A Town Hill landowner will be allowed to build a dead-end, gravel road more than a mile in length in exchange for limiting future development on his land.
BAR HARBOR — A number of towns that helped firefighters here battle the Portside Grill fire earlier this month were officially recognized and thanked by town councilors Tuesday.