Help Us Capture a Clear, Common Vision for Downtown April 13-15

Help Us Capture a Clear, Common Vision for Downtown
April 13-15

 
This project is a collaborative effort with City of Ellsworth, sponsored by Franklin Savings Bank with support from the Maine Community Foundation and led by HUB Collective. The project goal is to understand the current assets of the downtown area and explore its potential. Asset mapping is a systematic process of cataloging key services, benefits, and resources within a community, such as organizational resources, physical space, institutions, associations, and elements of the local economy, and in this case a heavy focus on community vision. We can’t wait to work together!
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Memorial Day

We would like to take this opportunity to remember and honor the brave men and women of our armed forces who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. In observance of Memorial Day, our office will be closed on Monday, May 27, 2024. We will re-open on Tuesday,...

Skilled Maintenance

Hancock County Government is seeking to fill a Skilled Maintenance vacancy in our Facilities Department. This is a full-time position, 40 hours per week and benefits eligible located in Ellsworth, Maine. This position will work at the county court house and county...

Gouldsboro dog headed to Westminster

By Rebecca Alley Ellsworth American GOULDSBORO — After spending most of her life breeding dogs, Amy Davis will get to see one of her own compete at the “Super Bowl” of dog shows. Her beloved Newfoundland, Sam Adams, has been invited to the 148th annual Westminster...

Park Loop Road Opens for the Season

https://friendsofacadia.org/acadia-national-park-update/park-loop-road-opens-to-motor-vehicles-on-april-15-2024/ BAR HARBOR, MAINE — The National Park Service looks forward to welcoming visitors to Acadia National Park this season! Scientists’ predictions of more...

Inmate Completes High School Equivalency (HiSET)

by Malachy Flynn  John Lanpher, an inmate at Hancock County Jail since July 2023, recently became the first Hancock County Jail resident in over two decades to receive his high school equivalency (HiSET) diploma.   “John and I started working together in February...