In Focus: Baseball, Powerball and Navy model

Posted June 08, 2013, at 9:08 a.m.
The first Fresh Air Market was held in Pickering Square in downtown Bangor on Thursday, June 6, 2013. The gathering featured local street vendors and local band Jump City Jazz. The even will be held every Thursday until August 1.
Carter McCall
The first Fresh Air Market was held in Pickering Square in downtown Bangor on Thursday, June 6, 2013. The gathering featured local street vendors and local band Jump City Jazz. The even will be held every Thursday until August 1.
Hampden Academy's Nicholas Rodgerson attempts a bunt against Lewiston on Thursday, June 6, 2013.
Carter McCall
Hampden Academy's Nicholas Rodgerson attempts a bunt against Lewiston on Thursday, June 6, 2013.
Leonard Jacobs, a mechanic at Custom Sled & Cycle of Medway, laughs with customer Ricky Morse of Patten (reflected in mirrors) as he works on Morse’s motorcycle on Thursday, June 6, 2013. He and others in the Katahdin region react to how they would spend the Powerball money.
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Leonard Jacobs, a mechanic at Custom Sled & Cycle of Medway, laughs with customer Ricky Morse of Patten (reflected in mirrors) as he works on Morse’s motorcycle on Thursday, June 6, 2013. He and others in the Katahdin region react to how they would spend the Powerball money.
Bart Hutchins with the help of Metal Magic, a metal fabrication shop in Trenton, has restored a 14-foot long brass boat model formerly used by the US NAVY to test antenna arrays on warships.
Bart Hutchins with the help of Metal Magic, a metal fabrication shop in Trenton, has restored a 14-foot long brass boat model formerly used by the US NAVY to test antenna arrays on warships.
Jay Riley stands with his bike at the Portland side of the Martin's Point Bridge Thursday morning, which is undergoing construction. Riley said he was nearly run off the road by television fisherman Capt. Jim Harkins of Atlantic Adventures on Monday. A video of Harkins verbally abusing Riley went viral on the internet and has cost Harkins his sponsors.
Jay Riley stands with his bike at the Portland side of the Martin's Point Bridge Thursday morning, which is undergoing construction. Riley said he was nearly run off the road by television fisherman Capt. Jim Harkins of Atlantic Adventures on Monday. A video of Harkins verbally abusing Riley went viral on the internet and has cost Harkins his sponsors.

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