Hi-Wire Brewing Adapts to Covid-19

first_imgDurham – To-go pickup of packaged beer & growlers 12-8pm every day. Our pick-up and delivery menu is available here. Customers can call to place their order at 828-738-2448. Tomorrow, 3/28, we’re hosting a Multi-Brewery Drive-Thru Pallet Sale featuring Trophy Brewing and Brewery Bhavana in our parking lot. Online Beer Store: www.shop.hiwirebrewing.comHours: 12-8pm Daily New Services:Now Shipping Beer Nationwide – We’ve opened an online beer store that ships nationwide (except to AL, AR, GA, KS, KY, MA, MN, MS, NH, NY, PA, TX, UT, and WA). We’re regularly restocking and adding new releases as well as vintage sours and wild ales.  Locations:Hi-Wire Brewing Big Top | 2A Huntsman Place, Asheville, NCHi-Wire Brewing Durham | 800 Taylor St, Durham, NCHi-Wire Brewing Knoxville | 2020 Barber St, Knoxville, TN Asheville Big Top – Drive-thru pickup of packaged beer & growlers 12-8pm every day PLUS delivery during that same time frame in the following zip codes: 28801, 28803, 28804, 28805, and 28806. Our pick-up and delivery menu is available here. Customers can call to place their order at 828-738-2448 or order online here. Tomorrow, 3/28, we’re hosting a Multi-Brewery Drive-Thru Pallet Sale featuring Hillman Beer, Bhramari Brewing, & Twin Leaf Brewery in our parking lot.  Knoxville – To-go pickup of packaged beer & growlers 12-8pm every day PLUS delivery during that same time frame in the following zip codes: 37920, 37919, 37921, 37917, 37923, and 37909. Our pick-up and delivery menu is available here. Customers can call to place their order at 828-738-2448 or order online here. Like many businesses these days Hi-Wire brewing is adapting to to Covid-19 by providing a number of ways to get their product to you, including nation wide shipping.last_img read more

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Louie Luchini wins MDI half-marathon

first_imgBAR HARBOR — Two Ellsworth runners led the pack of 365 competing in the 38th Bar Harbor Bank & Trust Half Marathon on Saturday.Louie Luchini, 34, finished first in one hour, 13 minutes and 48 seconds – averaging a 5:38-minute mile pace over 13.1 miles. Matt Homich, 26, took second in 1:17:09.Chris Gabrielson, 27, of Westford, Massachusetts, placed third in 1:19:36.For the women, Christine Twining, 40, of Brunswick won in 1:29:58. Tammy Slusser, 50, of Monroeville, Pennsylvania, took second in 1:31:45. Amy Oliver, 44, of Belgrade placed third in 1:32:49.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textDivision winners are listed below:Female age 1-19: Clara Beal, 18, of Marion (2:18:42).Male age 1-19: Brendan Penfold, 15, of Deer Isle (1:45:52).Female age 20-29: Kassandra Strout, 25, of Trenton (1:39:28).Male age 20-29: Shane Ruddy, 24, of Worcester, Massachusetts (1:21:17).Female age 20-29: Megan Baertsch, 30, Duluth, Minnesota (1:36:54).Male age 30-39: Andrew Kephart, 30, Ellsworth (1:23:57).Female age 40-49: Brooke Carleton, 43, of Huntington, Vermont (1:44:36).Male age 40-49: Rico Portalatin, 44, of Milo (1:24:01).Female age 50-59: Lori Lloyd, 53, of Bar Harbor (1:52:45).Male age 50-59: Chris Holt, 53, of Ellsworth (1:28:15).Female age 60-69: Maureen Goulson, 61, of Concord, New Hampshire (1:50:35).Male age 60-69: Thomas Germino, 61, of Orland Park, Illinois (1:44:37).Female age 70-79: Gail Reinertsen, 73, of Boothbay Harbor (2:18:11).Male age 70-79: John Helm, 70, of Bar Harbor (2:04:43).Find more results from the MDI half-marathon and 5K at the links below:Overall half-marathon resultsOverall 5K resultslast_img read more

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GECOM Office Among Three Buildings Set on Fire in Guyana

first_imgThey said the blaze at around 3.00 am (local time) badly damaged the building that had no electricity supply. Neighbours said they were able to bring the fire under control before the Fire Service . The police report stated that a number of louvre windows had been removed from the office and a liquid, suspected of being kerosene was found nearby. In his last report, which was not accepted by the GECOM chairman, retired justice Claudette Singh, Lownefield had said that the ruling coalition, A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) had defeated the main opposition People’s Progressive Party /Civic (POPP/C) The police said that the fire, which began at around 5.00 am (local time) was discovered by a police constable, who was making checks around the wooden building in the station compound when he noticed smoke emanating from the Office of the Regional Detective Inspectors and the Regional Prosecutor. The police said a security guard who was on duty said she heard a loud explosion at the back of the building and on investigation, saw two men running away from the area. Meanwhile, an investigation has been launched into an early morning fire that gutted a section of the Criminal Investigations Department of the Anna Regina Police Station. The police said the GECOM building at Wismar, Linden that lies on the Demerara River was reported on fire at 1.35 am (local time) and that fire officials were able to contain the fire to the one building. GEORGETOWN, Guyana – A building housing the sub-district of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) was among three buildings set ablaze on Tuesday, police have confirmed. GECOM sub-office building after the fire A police report said the floor of the building was partially burnt along with the walls located on the northern and southern side. CMC The fire at GECOM comes as the country awaits the official results of the disputed March 2 regional and general election. GECOM is expected to meet on Tuesday to receive a new report from the Chief Elections Officer, Keith Lowenfield, indicating which of the political parties on the poll. The upper flat of the building was completely destroyed while the bottom flat was saved but sustained water and other damages. Nothing was saved from the inside of the building and the law enforcement authorities have since launch an investigation into the matter. Police said they are also investigating a fire at an unoccupied building at the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) Second Infantry Battalion Base at Maria Lodge on the Essequibo Coast.last_img read more

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Wellington Police Notes: Tuesday, August 4, 2015

first_imgWellington Police notes for Tuesday, August 4, 2015•8:59 a.m. Officers took a report of an unattended death in the 1100 block N. Park, Wellington.•3:35 p.m. Officers took a report of a found bicycle in the 300 block S. Washington, Wellington.•5:30 p.m. Officers took a report of a vicious dog in the 500 block S. G, Wellington.•Samantha Mashburn, 22, Wellington was served a summons to appear for theft.•Christopher A. Campbell, 28, Wellington was served a summons to appear for theft.last_img read more

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