Martha Stewart visits Machias, Cherryfield and Lubec

by Johanna S. Billings

While many people headed to the malls and big box stores on Black Friday, a famous face shopped at an independent store in Machias.

Martha Stewart, a well-known business woman and television personality, shopped at Machias Hardware Nov. 25 while on her way back from Campobello Island, New Brunswick. She was traveling with colleague Kevin Sharkey and her two grandchildren, Jade and Truman.

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Hundreds turn out for lost fishermen’s memorial dedication

Bill Case, vice president of the Lost Fishermen’s Memorial Association, places a reassuring hand on the shoulder of association President Shelly Tinker as she displays a citation presented by state Rep. Will Tuell.                                                                                  Photos by Johanna S. Billings

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Partners working on unique community park

A temporary sign marks the entrance to the 4.6-acre tract that will become the Milbridge Commons.

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Gardens building sense of community

Milbridge summer residents Fran and Andy Meade pick green beans at the Incredible Edible Milbridge market garden near the Red Barn Motel. They said they discovered the gardens last summer.     Photos by Johanna S. Billings

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Fisherman’s dedication continued from page 1

A group of Passamaquoddy perform a song in memory of someone they lost during the public dedication of the Lost Fishermen’s Memorial Aug. 21.

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