The St. Francis Fair, a mainstay of summer activity, comes to the Blue Hill Fairgrounds Saturday, August 8. More than $100,000 of fair proceeds have been donated to area organizations ...

Photo courtesy of St. Francis Episcopal Church

Monday, August 3, 2015

Strong Brewing to halt entertainment until parking expanded
Meeting highlights lack of town ordinances, oversight

Sedgwick —

As Strong Brewing Co., a home-based brewery on Rope Ferry Road, accomplishes what all start-up businesses hope for, a successful expansion of products and services, their Rope Ferry Road neighbors ...

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St. Francis gives back with annual fair


Local architects to participate in design forum at Woodlawn Museum


Blue Hill doctor receives renewed board certification

Thursday, July 30, 2015

A glimpse into the future?
A glimpse into the future?

MDOT calls second Falls Bridge meeting
August 5 at Blue Hill Town Hall

Blue Hill —

What is the life span of a narrow, two-lane bridge? The Maine Department of Transportation has identified the 88-year-old Falls Bridge in South Blue Hill for either reconstruction or replacement.


Drug landscape changes as heroin use increases in Hancock County


Pop up Marché Bleu livens up town wharf


Blue Hill Community Race Series going strong


Animal rescue ‘superhero’ shares with young audience

Monday, July 27, 2015

EPA plans drilling at Callahan Mine site this summer

Brooksville —

Although the EPA is still waiting for funding to begin the final phase of the work at the former Callahan Mine site, drilling at the tailings impoundment is planned ...


Insulating foam-based panels replace timber framing


Bay School names new Development Director


Surry man acquitted of manslaughter, convicted of Class C felony


Brooksville Days expands events, adds 5K race


BHMH considering on-campus helipad

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Lowell Hill Pottery ‘kickstarts’ new studio and shop in Penobscot
Online campaign ends August 5

Penobscot —

For the past five years potter Geoffrey Miller has been carrying on the tradition of Rowantrees Pottery of Blue Hill in the home where it began eight decades ago. Now, ...


Sedgwick woman serves as community liaison


When the ferry ran, you could get there from here


Whimsical market to ‘pop up’ in Blue Hill

Monday, July 20, 2015

New head of school to focus on GSA as a ‘town academy’
“What’s that for this community?”

Blue Hill —

A few scattered boxes, a desk that is more empty than not, two cell phones—one for Maine and one from his former home in Rhode Island—new head of school Tim ...


Surry hires teacher behind lawsuit against Brooksville School Board


The Brooksville Breeze in search of new editor