Posts Tagged: Ellsworth

  • Suicide intervention training scheduled

    ELLSWORTH — Healthy Acadia, in partnership with Access Health, will host an Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) on Thursday and Friday, May 9-10, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 130 Beechland Road in Ellsworth. The sessions will run from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. The two-day training uses an

  • Picturing downtown Ellsworth

    Picturing downtown Ellsworth

    ELLSWORTH — Portland photographer Heath Paley, whose large–scale and high-definition photographs of 18 Maine downtowns were highlighted in a traveling exhibition at the Maine State House in Augusta and other venues in 2016-2017, turned his lens on Ellsworth as part of the series. Those images are the focus of a show opening Wednesday, April 24,

  • Cozy quarters, but ambulance-fire partnership is going well

    Cozy quarters, but ambulance-fire partnership is going well

    ELLSWORTH — A partnership between the city and Bangor-based ambulance service Northern Light Medical Transport is going well, Ellsworth Fire Department Chief Richard Tupper told councilors on Monday evening. “This is a very, very good working relationship we’ve had with them,” Tupper said. “There have been a few learning curves and adjustments, but nothing too

  • Rotary Club of Ellsworth auction set for May 3

    ELLSWORTH — The Rotary Club of Ellsworth has kicked off its preparation for the 68th Annual Charity Auction, its largest annual fundraising event. The event raises funds for the community. Each year the Rotary selects a nonprofit organization from the community, and shares half of the net proceeds with that partner. The proceeds also benefit

  • Commissioners discuss possible RCC expansion

    Commissioners discuss possible RCC expansion

    ELLSWORTH — As Hancock County’s population grows, so does the volume of 911 calls at the Hancock County Regional Communications Center. To that end, the Hancock County Commissioners met Tuesday with architect Mike Sealander about expanding the RCC’s operations center at the courthouse. “The existing space is small,” said RCC Director Bob Conary. “We’ve outgrown

  • Author talk at Ellsworth Library

    ELLSWORTH — Wendell Seavey, a Walmart greeter who is also a fisherman, storyteller and the author of “Working the Sea,” will be speaking at the Ellsworth Public Library on Wednesday, May 8, at 2 p.m. Seavey grew up in a fishing village working closely with his father and other local fishermen. He loved to sit

  • May book sale at Ellsworth Library

    ELLSWORTH — The Friends of the Ellsworth Public Library are holding a May book sale. The sale will be held in the library’s Riverview Room at 20 State St. in Ellsworth. The sale hours are as follows: Thursday, May 2, from 4-7 p.m. Friday, May 3, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, May 4, from 9

  • Patient portal trainings set

    ELLSWORTH — Patient portal workshops will be offered at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, April 25, at Northern Light Primary Care at 32 Resort Way in Ellsworth and at 1 p.m. on Thursday, May 2, at Northern Light Primary Care at the Eleanor Widener Dixon Clinic in Gouldsboro. The patient portal is a tool for all

  • Jackson Lab to hire 300 new employees

    Jackson Lab to hire 300 new employees

    ELLSWORTH — The Jackson Laboratory has increased its minimum wage to $15.75 an hour and will hire 300 new employees over the next year, according to a press release from Senior Public Relations Manager Sarah Laskowski on Tuesday. The move comes as the Bar Harbor-based organization, which made $400 million before expenses in 2017, continues

  • Free midday concert scheduled April 29

    ELLSWORTH — Violinist Claudia Warburg, violist Robert Dan and pianist James Parakilas will play a free midday concert at 1 p.m. on Monday, April 29, at the Moore Community Center in Ellsworth. The trio will perform works by Mozart and Schumann. Warburg is an active member of the musical community of the Triangle area in