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Over 9000 Emera Maine Customers Without Power Downeast Tuesday Morning
There were just over 9300 Emera Maine customers without power Tuesday morning, August 13th. It seems power went out around 5AM with the majority of the outages occurring in the Blue Hill, Surry, Brooklin, Deer Isle area
Ellsworth PD to Conduct OUI Checkpoints August 8-11
The Ellsworth Police Department announced that they would be conducting OUI Checkpoints August 8th - 11th between the hours of 9 PM and 2 AM.
Illegal Campfire Causes Fire in Schoodic Woods Campground in Acadia National Park
A person at a hike-in campsite at Schoodic Woods Campground in Acadia National Park started an illegal campfire that eventually became a brush fire on Tuesday, August 6th
When Your Pig Vacations in Bar Harbor
Last week we showed you the video of a Tortoise going for a walk on Main Street in Bar Harbor. Well apparently there was a pig that was enjoying her time in Bar Harbor on the 4th of July too!
Just a Tortoise Going for a Walk in Bar Harbor [VIDEO]
Bar Harbor has a richly deserved reputation as being "dog-friendly" but tortoise-friendly? The things you see walking in Bar Harbor! Thanks to Carolyn Miller for sending the video!
WATCH: Ocean vs. Jeep In Bar Harbor
The tires were under water, so they escaped the tide in the nick of time!
Bar Harbor Council Votes 6-1 to Allow FREE Parking on July 4th
After intense confusion and concern over the plan to continue charging parking fees at meters and kiosks on the 4th of July, the Bar Harbor Town Council met in emergency session on Monday, night, July 1st.
Penobscot Observatory to Open Friday May 24
Good news for those who want to take a ride up to the top of the tallest bridge observatory open to the public! The Penobscot Observatory, adjacent to historic Fort Knox in Prospect will open to the public for the season on Friday May 24th.
Training Ship State of Maine Departs Wednesday May 8 at 2 PM [LIVE STREAMING]
The Training Ship State of Maine will depart from Castine on Wednesday afternoon, May 8th at 2 PM, and won't return until July 13th.
Bar Harbor Will Charge For Downtown Parking This Summer
Parking in Bar Harbor will be much different this year, as the Permit and Paid Parking will go into effect May 15th through October 31st.