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The crane and hoist at the Blue Hill Town Wharf is brilliant yellow and, according to selectmen, unused.

Photo by Faith DeAmbrose

Monday, April 20, 2015

Missed deadlines threaten subsidies for Union 76 schools

Sedgwick & Brooklin —

Superintendent Mark Jenkins told the Sedgwick and Brooklin school boards in separate meetings on April 13 and 14 that portions of their state subsidies are being withheld. This is a ...

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No competition for selectman, school board as Surry voters head to polls

‘Seven-ton crane for sale’

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Thursday, April 16, 2015

Donation made to Nichols Day Camps
Donation made to Nichols Day Camps

Fire destroys Mountain Road home
‘No injuries to civilians or firefighters’

Blue Hill —

A late night fire resulted in the loss of a family home on Mountain Road on April 15. The home belonged to Russell and Rita Grindle, and “everyone did a ...

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Penobscot Fire Chief pleads guilty to assault

BHCS seeks support to expand STEAM program

Monday, April 13, 2015

“Welcome to Blue Hill”
“Welcome to Blue Hill”

Brooklin voters reject building ordinance at town meeting
School budget passed

Brooklin —

Well over 60 town residents—many of whom were fueled by goodies peddled by Brooklin’s eighth graders—gathered in the school gym to vote on a litany of municipal and school warrant ...

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Blue Hill voters approve $7.85 million in municipal, school expenditures

New BHCS principal brings strong science background, young family

Thursday, April 9, 2015

Making progress
Making progress

Scoping session sets the stage for oyster farm in Northern Bay

Penobscot —

Michael Briggs, owner of Taunton Bay Oyster Co., plans to submit a standard aquaculture lease application to the Maine Department of Marine Resources to grow 3.6 million oysters on up ...

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BHCS team wins state history competition with Joan of Arc documentary

GSA student to represent Maine at All-Eastern States Music Festival

Surry Robotics Team—revived and competing