Posts Tagged: Ellsworth

  • New health and wellness practice coming to Ellsworth

    New health and wellness practice coming to Ellsworth

    ELLSWORTH — Drs. Derek and Megan Pinkham of Life Source Family Chiropractic and Ruth Moore have announced the introduction of new wellness services coming to Ellsworth. Moore is a doctoral student majoring in psychoneuroimmunology (mind-body medicine) and recently completed a highly successful three-week practicum in clinical aromatherapy with the Pinkhams. This led to discussions about

  • Sports bar to replace Fuddruckers

    Sports bar to replace Fuddruckers

    ELLSWORTH — An Eddington couple plan to open a pub in the former Fuddruckers space at Tradewinds Market at the beginning of February. Jenn Barker said she and her husband, Dan, have been working to renovate the space over the past few months and hope to be open by Feb. 4. “It’s kind of been

  • Lincoln Day event at Ellsworth VFW

    ELLSWORTH — The Hancock County Republicans invite the public to attend a Lincoln Day celebration on Tuesday, Feb. 12, at 6 p.m. at the Ellsworth VFW Hall. There will be a potluck dinner and a dessert competition as well as entertainment by Joe Marshall. The guest speaker for the evening is former U.S. Rep. Bruce

  • Three men arrested at Northern Light Maine Coast Hospital

    Three men arrested at Northern Light Maine Coast Hospital

    ELLSWORTH —Police arrested three men on charges including assault, burglary and terrorizing following an incident at Northern Light Maine Coast Hospital on Sunday afternoon, according to a press release from the Ellsworth Police Department. Around 1:40 p.m. on Sunday, a motorist called dispatchers to report that “an occupant of a truck had motioned the threat

  • Grants available for nonprofits

    ELLSWORTH — Nonprofit and public organizations seeking funding for projects that strengthen communities are encouraged to apply to the Hancock County Fund, part of the Maine Community Foundation’s Community Building Grant Program. A volunteer committee of Hancock County residents and business leaders reviews grants and makes recommendations for funding. In 2018, the committee awarded more

  • Food truck chef teams up with Fogtown brewery

    Food truck chef teams up with Fogtown brewery

    ELLSWORTH — It’s a bitter afternoon in early January, but the cold is kept at bay inside Eat at Joe’s food truck, where Joe Segari is standing over the grill. The truck is parked outside Fogtown Brewing Co., where Segari can be found six days a week, year-round. Plucky jazz from the night’s live band

  • New partnership to boost Cancer Patient Navigation Program

    ELLSWORTH — Healthy Acadia and the Beth C. Wright Cancer Resource Center have announced a new partnership with the Christine B. Foundation to strengthen the Downeast Cancer Patient Navigation Program. The Christine B. Foundation has joined the leadership committee as well as invested $10,000 in this program serving the Washington County cancer community. In 2008,

  • City planner takes job in Bar Harbor

    City planner takes job in Bar Harbor

    ELLSWORTH — After 17 years working with the city of Ellsworth, Planner Michele Gagnon will be leaving her job to take the job as planning director in Bar Harbor. “We just really liked her enthusiasm for the job,” said Bar Harbor Town Manager Cornell Knight. “I think she’ll be a great fit. She has a

  • Cases of whooping cough confirmed at local schools

    Cases of whooping cough confirmed at local schools

    BLUE HILL — Eleven cases of whooping cough, a highly contagious respiratory disease, have been confirmed at George Stevens Academy (GSA) since the beginning of November, said GSA School Nurse Nikki Jaffray. A case was also recently confirmed at Ellsworth Elementary-Middle School (EEMS), according to a letter to parents from EEMS school nurse, Melissa L.