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    April 1, 2010

    J&L Trading Post set for grand opening

    Jim and Laurie Todd got the idea for their new business last fall, as they prepared for the Christmas season. In order to have a good Christmas, Jim said, they had gone to a pawn shop with a number of items. The shop didn't accept half of the items they brought, Jim said, and they saw another customer there who had a similar experience. When they got home, the Todds talked about their experience. They decided ...

  • Published
    March 18, 2010

    Tack shop opens on High Street

    Horse enthusiasts now have a downtown location to purchase all their tack equipment.David Littlefield of Morrill has opened Northern Cowboys at 171 High St., Suite 6. The tack shop opened in February.The business offers saddles, bridles, bits, blankets and most everything to do with horses. It also will do special orders and can help find someone a horse."If we don't have it, we'll find it for you," Littlefield ...

  • Published
    February 19, 2010

    Shipping news

    The Penobscot Bay and River Pilots Association reported the following activity. Feb. 16 Bow Spring carrying caustic to Searsport. Galahad carrying kerosene to Searsport. Feb. 18 The tug Barbara and barge C/Freedom carrying ethanol to Searsport. Feb. 21 UBC Toronto carrying petroleum coke to Searsport. The Herald Gazette can be reached at 207-236-8511 or by e-mail at news@villagesoup.com.  

  • Published
    February 13, 2010

    Shipping news

    The Penobscot Bay and River Pilots Association reported the following activity. Feb. 4 Gan-Sabre carrying diesel to Searsport. Feb. 13 Alouette Arrow carrying clay to Searsport. Feb. 15 and 16 Torm Esbjerg carrying gas to Searsport. Feb. 16 Galahad carrying kerosene to Searsport. Feb. 18 Bow Spring carrying caustic to Searsport.    

  • Published
    February 2, 2010

    Agway to open in Searsport

    An Agway Feed and Garden Center is expected to open this spring next to Searsport Automotive on West Main Street (Route 1), near the Belfast city line. The town's planning board gave approval to the new business at its January meeting, according to Planning Board Chairman Bruce Probert. PHOTO BY KIM LINCOLN

  • Published
    January 19, 2010

    For Connors, all the world is a studio

    Justin and Jess Connor are chasing their dream of running their own photography business, but the husband-and-wife team only recently learned they shared an interest in looking at everyday life through a lens.Finding time for discussing dreams and aspirations can be difficult for most couples, especially if they are raising a family. For the Connors, meeting the daily needs of three young children and maneuvering ...


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