Articles by: Stephen Fay

Stephen Fay

Stephen Fay

Managing Editor at The Ellsworth American
Stephen Fay, managing editor of The Ellsworth American since 1996, is a third-generation Californian. Starting out as a news reporter in 1974, he has been an editor since 1976, working in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Vermont before settling in Ellsworth with his wife and two daughters. [email protected]
  • Tinker Hill Development Is Sold

    ELLSWORTH — A Brooklyn, N.Y., corporation — The Maine Event LLC — July 7 bought the 31-acre Tinker Hill condo development on the Bayside Road.ELLSWORTH — A Brooklyn, N.Y., corporation — The Maine Event LLC — July 7 bought the 31-acre Tinker Hill condo development on the Bayside Road. The seller was The First, which

  • Downeast Health Services, $100,000 in the Red, Imposes Layoffs, Cutbacks

    ELLSWORTH — The executive director of Downeast Health Services has laid off herself and 11 other employees for the rest of the month in an effort to address a daunting financial crisis. Kathie Norwood said Tuesday that client needs, particularly the need for dental services, have tapped out her agency’s financial resources. “For the first

  • Made in Maine Returns June 18

    ELLSWORTH — So what’s the plan if at first you do succeed? Try, try again anyway.   Thus it is that the Ellsworth Area Chamber of Commerce, whose inaugural Made in Maine event last year drew more than 30 vendors and 600 visitors, announces the return of Made in Maine. The date is Saturday, June

  • Stonington Man, 27, Dies in Surry Crash

    SURRY — Caleb Foster, 27, of Stonington was pronounced dead at the scene of a one-car accident Saturday night on Newbury Neck Road. The Hancock County Sheriff’s Office reported that it had received an accident alert Saturday night at 9:25. Investigators reported that a northbound 1997 Subaru Legacy operated by Steven Moon, 19, of Surry

  • Cheers: The Skinny On Chardonnay

    At this point in our history, we all know that the witty declaration, “You can’t be too rich or too thin” is only half true. The rich part is God’s honest truth. The thin part is highly questionable, especially in the realm of Chardonnays. David Stone California Chardonnay is thin to the point of anorexia.