Get it by email!

Search This Blog

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Man Killed After Car Hits Moose On Maine Turnpike

YORK, Maine (AP) ― Maine State Police say a 27-year-old man from Canada has died after the car he was riding in struck a moose on the Maine Turnpike.

Police told WMTW-TV that Christopher Miller, of New Brunswick, was killed after the car he was in hit a moose in York late Saturday night.

Troopers said the car rolled several times after hitting the animal and came to rest against a tree. The driver suffered serious head injuries, but a woman who was in the back seat walked away with only cuts and bruises.

Police said the three were driving from New Brunswick to Massachusetts to attend a concert.

Thursday, July 22, 2010

House for Sale -- St George Maine - Oceanfront $1.1 Million

Here ya go.....

A little pricey for a 3 bedroom home built in 1973...I mean think about it.

I could build a brand new cottage somewhere in St George for half this price.

Marc Charles

66 Southern Avenue, St. George, ME 04860

Year Built: 1973
Square Footage: 2600 sq ft
Lot Size (Acres): .69
Rooms: 6; Bedrooms: 3
Baths: 2
PRICE REDUCED!   When you awake in the morning, it's all about the stunning ocean view that greets you. Relax on one of the two decks with your morning coffee and a newspaper or start the day with a jog around the island. This property sits at the tip of Southern Point, with an evergreen privacy buffer from your neighbors. Spacious home, with plenty of room for family, friends and awaited guests. Isn't it time to spoil yourself and your loved ones and create memories that you will treasure for a lifetime.....

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Fresh Local Crabmeat Crab Cakes Tenants Harbor Maine

A chef specialty is our Maine Crab Cakes.  Twin cakes of local crabmeat, lightly blended with seasonings and herbs.  Served with house remoulade.  Also consider our Sea Scallops, New York Strip,  Maine Lobster, Atlantic Salmon and much more.  All Chef's delights.
Vegetarian and Special Dietary Requests - please ask your server.

All entrees include freshly baked rolls, vegetable as appropriate, and starch.  All offerings are prepared from "scratch" of the freshest possible ingredients.  Our cooking oil contains zero grams of trans fat.

Cocktails, wine and beer available.

Breakfast: 7:30am to 10:00 am.  Dinner: 5:30pm to 9:30pm. 

 Reservations suggested - 372-6366..  VISA, MC, DISCOVER, AMEX

All artwork in our dining room has been graciously provided for display by Jamie Wyeth.  Prints are available for purchase.  Inquire at the Front Desk.

21 Mechanic Street, Tenants Harbor.

Ask about our reasonable rates for rooms with a great water view.

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Norway health care businesses raided

State and federal investigators raided two Norway business offices Tuesday and seized boxes of records and documents as part of an ongoing investigation.

Agents from the health care crimes unit of the Maine Attorney General's Office, the FBI and the Office of the U.S. Health Inspector's Health and Human Services division searched two downtown offices at 172 and 180 Main St. and removed evidence related to an investigation, according to the Sun Journal.

A spokeswoman for the Attorney General's Office did not say which businesses were targeted or why. Three businesses are listed as operating at 172 Main St. -- Opal Consulting, New Horizon Capital Investments LLC and Mystic Tours and Travel -- while Living Independence Network Corp. and Infinite Horizons are located at 180 Main St.

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Lobsterboat Catches Fire off Rockland Breakwater

By Daniel Dunkle

Rockland — A plume of smoke rose into the sky above Rockland Harbor July 8 after a lobsterboat caught fire and burned next to the breakwater.

The U.S. Coast Guard, Rockland police, the harbormaster and Rockland firefighters responded to the scene. A joint effort of the Coast Guard and Rockland Fire Department extinguished the blaze.
No one was injured in the fire, which destroyed the lobsterboat owned by William Kirk, according to Assistant Fire Chief Adam Miceli.

A crowd of spectators gathered on the breakwater to watch the fire and take pictures. They were warned to stay back from the fire and the thick smoke rising from the burning vessel.
The fire was reported at about 11:30 a.m.

The fire started due to a mechanical problem with the hauler pump, Miceli said. Kirk and a sternman were working on the vessel outside the breakwater when the fire started. They motored to the inside of the breakwater, and escaped the burning boat by climbing onto the breakwater.