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  • Published
    October 5, 2022

    Business condominiums approved for former MBNA property

    Marsh said Seaport Community Health Center has outgrown its current facility in just two years and is relocating to Building 5, Condo 2 at the facility.

  • Published
    September 28, 2022

    City discusses MDOT projects

    The council also approved a stormwater drainage analysis project.

  • Published
    September 28, 2022

    Islesboro voters approve building project

    The plan will include a new 5,184-square-foot health center building, which is more than double the space of the town’s current health center.

  • Published
    September 21, 2022

    Police chief enthusiastic about horse program

    For a town like Belfast, Gerry Scott said he would take his horse to schools and nursing homes, with the Police Department at the forefront, and allow his horse, which is a large black Frisian, to interact with kids and the elderly in a positive and supportive way.

  • Published
    September 20, 2022

    Islesboro to vote on new municipal buildings

    The proposed plan calls for a new health center building to be built at the west end of the municipal building’s parking lot.

  • Published
    September 14, 2022

    Supreme Judicial Court considers Nordic intertidal land issue

    The Supreme Judicial Court will issue a ruling on the case “in due course.”

  • Published
    September 13, 2022

    Council schedules work session to discuss Belfast Yards

    Councilor Mike Hurley suggested in a letter that the council and the city’s planning department develop a broad initial request for preliminary proposals that address a litany of major concerns.

  • Published
    September 13, 2022

    No contested races for City Council

    Councilor Mike Hurley said he was tempted to berate the public for not running in the election, but he didn’t want to encourage anyone to run against the three councilors up for election.

  • Published
    September 8, 2022

    Every effort must be made not to sideline skilled workers

    Lots of factors make the workforce crisis stubborn. In 2022, credential recognition should not be one of them.

  • Published
    September 7, 2022

    County moves forward with proposed budget

    The commissioners went through each department’s budget Sept. 1, as well as several requests from outside agencies. While commissioners approved some budget requests as submitted, they trimmed others, often in areas of fuel costs or other line-item expenses.

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