In Focus: Natural gas, crime-scene clean-up and the sea

Posted May 02, 2013, at 3:07 p.m.
MDI's Jon Phelps (left) tags Ellsworth's Griffin Nightingale as he slides to second base during the game in Ellsworth Tuesday.
MDI's Jon Phelps (left) tags Ellsworth's Griffin Nightingale as he slides to second base during the game in Ellsworth Tuesday. Buy Photo
Flags and markings on the streets and sidewalks of Boutelle Road in Bangor indicate underground natural gas lines.
Carter F. McCall | BDN
Flags and markings on the streets and sidewalks of Boutelle Road in Bangor indicate underground natural gas lines. Buy Photo
Steve Taylor of the Bangor Public Works Department waters freshly laid sod at the Darling's Waterfront Pavilion in Bangor on Tuesday, April 30. 2013. The 2013 Waterfront concert series kicks off on May 16 with headliner Motley Crue.
Carter F. McCall | BDN
Steve Taylor of the Bangor Public Works Department waters freshly laid sod at the Darling's Waterfront Pavilion in Bangor on Tuesday, April 30. 2013. The 2013 Waterfront concert series kicks off on May 16 with headliner Motley Crue. Buy Photo
William York (center) and his team at BioSpecialists LLC in Gorham are experts at tragedy and crime scene cleanup.
William York (center) and his team at BioSpecialists LLC in Gorham are experts at tragedy and crime scene cleanup. Buy Photo
Construction workers had to battle the cold and tides this winter and spring as they took apart and rebuilt a more than century old sea wall in Bar Harbor. Every original stone was numbered before being removed so they could be reused in the rebuilding effort.
Dominique Hessert
Construction workers had to battle the cold and tides this winter and spring as they took apart and rebuilt a more than century old sea wall in Bar Harbor. Every original stone was numbered before being removed so they could be reused in the rebuilding effort. Buy Photo

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