A car accident in Hudson closed down a road for several hours Sunday.Little information is known about the accident.But the road closure on the Old Town Road which is Route 43 at the intersection of Hudson Road with is Route 221 was opened backed up a little before 1 pm.We will bring you more information on the accident when it becomes available.
It wasn’t just tourists at the Windjammer Festival Saturday.Some pirates paid a visit to Camden as well.They drew a crowd while dueling in Harbor Park.They came to the festival because they heard there would be some ships to raid.”We’ll walk around a little bit and get familiar with the crowd and possibly parlay a few jewels.”Later in the day, the crew demonstrated weapons and cannons to mini pirates in training.
A Guilford man was taken to Eastern Maine Medical Center Friday afternoon after being impaled through the chest by a rafter.27-year-old Josh Parker was traveling along Route 150 in Guilford when he fell asleep at the wheel and lost control of his pick-up,crashing into a garage.Parker was impaled by a rafter from the garage.According to rescue crews, Parker was alive and conscious when they arrived.He was transported to Mayo Regional Hospital in Dover-Foxcroft, where he was then airlifted to EMMC.Parker’s condition is unknown at this time.There was extensive damage to the garage and the vehicles inside.Parker’s truck is also severely damaged.
Maine Forest Rangers had to make a rescue on the Appalachian Trail Friday afternoon.A helicopter had to land on a small ledge atop Chairback Mountain to fly out a hiker who had broken an ankle…Sixty-three-year-old John Abbot of Ohio had cell phone reception and was able to call his wife, who alerted Maine authorities.The Maine Forest Rangers were helped out by game wardens and members of the Applachian Trail Club, who had to hike about a half mile into the woods to bring the hiker back to the helicopter.He was flown to Bangor International and then taken by ambulance to Eastern Maine Medical Center.No word on his condition.
A memorial horse ride and walk is being held this Labor Day in memory of Katrina Windred.Windred’s body was found alongside a road last year.She was a noted horse trainer and loved to ride.The money raised will benefit her son who has a medical disorder.You can be a part of the event this Monday beginning at 10am at Camden Hills State Park.It costs $3.00 to get in.There’s a suggested donation of $17.00 to participate.
Chicago native Nicole King has been baking cupcakes for family and friends since she was 15.But it wasn’t until she moved to Bangor four months ago that she decided to take her hobby a step forward and turn it into a business.”I love cherries, I always have and Green Acres is one of my favorite shows,” King says.That’s how Cherry Acres was born.When the owner of Giacomo’s restaurant Downtown needed a baker, a friend suggested King to whip up her delicious treats.”I know someone mentioned they were excited because they’ve seen these cupcakes on tv, you know in Boston and New York and didn’t think they could even get them here so people are excited that there’s something new and adventurous.”Add the power of social media and you’ve got king’s recipe for success.With the click of a mouse, Cherry Acres has developed over a hundred friends on Facebook and followers in the Twitterverse.”I’ve only been here for four months.
The Flash in the Pans Steel Band is celebrating Labor Day with a special benefit concert.It kicks off at Ellsworth Harbor Park Monday at 7:30 pm.It’s free but the group is asking for donations for the “Everybody Eats, a Free Community Meal” program.The program provides free meals to the public every Monday from 3 to 6 pm at Saint Dunstan’s Church in Ellsworth.
A fleet of twenty-eight windjammers and sail boats will be making a splash in Camden Harbor this weekend.The fleet arrived in Camden Friday afternoon to begin off the three day festival celebrating sailing and tourism.Guests can enjoy food, fireworks on the harbor and a boat parade.Tours will also be available.For a complete list of events, log onto camdenwindjammers.com.
The man who police say eluded them after an armed robbery at a Millinocket pharmacy earlier this week appeared in a bangor courtroom Friday.28-year-old Timothy Ashlock of Bangor was arrested early Tuesday morning.Police say Ashlock was an accomplice in an armed robbery at the Rite Aid on Central Street Monday night.According to court records, Ashlock was a passenger in the getaway car.
Marilyn Phinney from Sunbury village talks about long term planning and tax planning and Sunbury Village Veteran’s Club dedication.What: Jane Skelton, Eldercare Attorney, will talk about Long Term Planning and Tax PlanningWhere: Sunbury village, 922 Ohio St., BangorWhen: Monday, September 12 at 7:00 PMThe public is invited to a free informational seminar on strategies to preserve assets from long term needs and preserving assets with tax planning.
The Maine Forest Service is working with the Warden Service on a Medivac rescue on the Appalachian Trail.We’re told a hiker has a broken ankle and was able to call for help.They say the hiker is in the vicinity of Columbus Mountain, west of Katahdin Ironworks.The forest service helitack has sent a crew.