The June 13th Issue of the Islander
Fireworks, falcons and fish guts, oh my. One explosive, one predatory and one downright smelly, all can be found in this week’s paper.
The five students involved in a stinky senior prank at MDI High School have begun to face charges. The jury is still out on exactly what they owe for damages and how they will pay for the deed.
Speaking of juries, the MDI Grand Jury met recently and handed up an indictment of a man who police say robbed the Town Hill Market last month.
A Trenton manhunt ended last week with a young man in custody charged with burglary and criminal threatening.
The latest news blast on fireworks is that folks in Southwest Harbor want to ban their use, except with a permit.
Bar Harbor residents shot down proposed rooming house rules, unable to agree on the effect they might have on the town. Over in Somesville, residents decided to allow a long-debated cell tower to begin construction.
MDI High School and the College of the Atlantic saw their seniors graduate last weekend. Find out what pieces of advice speakers had for students on Sunday.
MDI High’s boys tennis team are champs in Eastern Maine, The Welles Cup returns to MDI for sailing and find out how other teams made out in the playoffs.
Author visits are on deck, musical offerings abound and students have adopted a good habit to help Habitat. All that plus money-saving advertisements and more in this week’s Mount Desert Islander.