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All in the hands

All in the hands

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Brooklin —

One would think that after attending culinary school in Italy, the student would come back a culinary genius, highly skilled in the art of creating five-star dishes and with the ability to whip up a meal at a moment’s notice.

“The program wasn’t geared toward making us chefs in a short amount of time,” said 17-year-old Nick Bianco while kneading dough to make homemade pasta in the kitchen of his family home in Brooklin. “I mean, we learned a few dishes, but I definitely have a lot to learn before I can be called a world-class chef.”

Thursday, April 28, 2016


Union 76 to meet on new superintendent hire


Community center taking shape in Surry


Caterpillar Hill restaurant under construction for July opening

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Out with the old, in with the new
Out with the old, in with the new

Brooklin voters approve funds for high speed internet

Brooklin —

In a unanimous vote, residents showed their support for efforts to bring high speed internet to town, approving funding for an initiative aimed at developing the service and empowering town ...

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STEM gets big push in middle school learning


Surry residents approve preservation project


Local scientist to be honored in Vienna

Monday, April 18, 2016

Faith-based recovery
Faith-based recovery

Surry to see ‘significant’ tax increase, lower school revenue behind hike

Surry —

A projected $3.6 million municipal and school budget for 2016-17 will see taxes go up more than the 4.87 percent budget increase would suggest.

If all warrant articles pass ...

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Three candidates run unopposed in Surry’s annual elections


Finding a path to substance abuse, addiction recovery through faith


Cleanup day planned in Blue Hill