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Bar Harbor Agamont Park’s Fountain Vandalized

Detergent was added to Agamont Park's fountain in Bar Harbor overnight, so Monday morning, June 27, residents and tourists woke up to a sudsy fountain. What some people may see as a harmless joke that doesn't hurt anyone is in fact an act of vandalism. The fountain will now be...
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Prospect Harbor light station fire extinguished

GOULDSBORO – The combined efforts of 10 fire departments kept the picturesque 131-year-old Prospect Harbor lightkeeper’s house from being completely destroyed after the historic wood-frame dwelling caught fire shortly after dawn. The 38-foot-tall light tower, a source of pride in town and notable for being a wooden structure,...
GOULDSBORO, ME
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Acadia Park Death Ruled Homicide; Nationwide Search Continues As Community Mourns Victim

There is an active arrest warrant out for a man from Portland authorities believe is connected with a recent hit-and-run death at Acadia National Park. Maine State Police spokesperson Shannon Moss says investigators have determined that 35-year-old Nicole Mokeme of South Portland was struck and killed on the campus of the Schoodic Education and Research Center in Winter Harbor at some point during the late-night/early morning hours of Saturday, June 18 into Sunday, June 19.
PORTLAND, ME
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Boyfriend Wanted in Hit-and-Run Killing of Woman at Acadia National Park

As police search nationwide for a man wanted in a hit-and-run this month at Maine's Acadia National Park, authorities have ruled the victim's death a homicide. Nicole Mokeme was killed in the hit-and-run in Winter Harbor sometime between the night of Saturday, June 18, and early Sunday, June 19. The 35-year-old from South Portland was dating the man wanted in her death, Raymond Lester, from Portland, Maine State Police said.
PORTLAND, ME
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Acadia hit-and-run ruled a homicide, warrant out for arrest

WINTER HARBOR, Maine (WABI) - State Police say the death of a South Portland woman from a hit-and-run over a week ago in Winter Harbor has been ruled a homicide. Police say 35-year-old Nicole Mokeme was killed sometime between the night of Saturday, June 18, and the early hours of Sunday, June 19, on the campus of the Schoodic Education and Research Center.
WINTER HARBOR, ME
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Cottage near Prospect Harbor Lighthouse catches fire

GOULDSBORO, Maine — A cottage near Prospect Harbor Lighthouse caught fire Monday morning. The combined effort of about 12 area fire departments saved the building from being completely destroyed. Gouldsboro Fire Cheif Todd Daley told NEWS CENTER Maine the call came in around 5:15 a.m. "There was a family...
GOULDSBORO, ME
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Historic lighthouse cottage deemed “total loss”

GOULDSBORO — The Gouldsboro Fire Department responded to 115 Lighthouse Point Road for a report that the cottage was engulfed in flames around 5 a.m. o’clock Monday morning. Gouldsboro fire chief Todd Daley says a family of four escaped with no serious injuries. Daley says over a dozen...
GOULDSBORO, ME
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MDI Hospital to Dedicate Lani K. Nahihe and Luzvie E. Estacio Memorial MRI Wing Friday July 8th.

Mount Desert Island Hospital proudly presents the memorial dedication and ribbon cutting of the Lani K. Naihe & Luzvie E. Estacio Memorial MRI Wing on Friday, July 8 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The new, state-of-the-art unit is named in memory of two beloved hospital colleagues who were lost last year to glioblastoma. In honor of Lani and Luzvie, more than 130 MDI Hospital employees contributed $42,596 in support of the project.
MOUNT DESERT, ME
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