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  • Anderson-Barlow

    Anderson-Barlow

    JR and Tina Anderson of Franklin are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, KC Jai Anderson, to Chris Barlow, son of Jim and Julia Barlow of Oberlin, Ohio. KC Jai is a graduate of Sumner Memorial High School. She then went on to study power engineering technology and global logistics and maritime management

  • Newly licensed drivers facing many challenges

    Newly licensed drivers facing many challenges

    They take the wheel in the parking lot. They take their time buckling up, adjusting the mirrors, finding the brakes and getting reacquainted with the car. When Danny King climbs into the passenger seat, the state-licensed driver’s education teacher makes sure his student has a chance to warm up before getting onto the road. Like

  • Chorale to perform grand, joyful program

    Chorale to perform grand, joyful program

    BLUE HILL — “Fit for a King,” including Hayden’s Te Deum, Handel’s first four coronation anthems and Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy, is the title and fittingly captures the spirit of Bagaduce Chorale’s spring concert at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, May 11, and at 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 12, at the First Congregational Church of Blue

  • Nibbles: Bloody Mary contest on tap

    Nibbles: Bloody Mary contest on tap

    Bloody battle Bartenders will concoct their favored version of Americans’ popular brunch drink and hangover helper at the Hemophilia Alliance of Maine’s inaugural “Bangor’s Best Bloody Mary” contest from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 20, at the Hilton Garden Inn in Bangor. Registration is free for competitors, who will be assigned a

  • Spring concert unites heaven and earth

    Spring concert unites heaven and earth

    “Heaven on Earth” is the theme of the Acadia Choral Society’s 2018 spring concerts at 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 5, and 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 6, at St. Saviour’s Episcopal Church in Bar Harbor. The final May concert will be at 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 13, at St. Andrew Lutheran Church in

  • Edible Island has a new director

    Edible Island has a new director

    STONINGTON — Edible Island Culinary and Ecological Center, the nonprofit organization that stages the annual “Men Who Cook” dinner and numerous cooking classes and culinary and nutrition education programs for school-age children on Deer Isle, has an interim executive director. Oriana Wuerth, who counts grant-writing and organization building among her skills, has assumed Edible Island’s