The fairgrounds come to life leading up to opening day, as rides, like the giant slide, and booths are assembled for the midway. The gates open at 4 p.m. today, ...

Photo by Anne Berleant

Thursday, August 28, 2014

‘A sad story but important to know’
Mayewski explains extreme weather, climate change

Blue Hill —

Paul Mayewski, explorer, glaciologist, climate scientist and director of the Climate Change Institute at the University of Maine at Orono, believes “we have entered the age of climate decision.”

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Brooklin eyes ways to improve high speed Internet

Youth track kids go to state meet in Windham

Families explore bugs on Blue Hill mountain

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Back to School Weekly Packet 2014

Monday, August 25, 2014

Brooklin property bequeathed to MCHT
Harriman Point property includes two miles of shoreline

Brooklin —

On August 17, Maine Coast Heritage Trust announced a bequest of just under two miles of shoreline and 138 acres on Harriman Point by Susan Drew, who died in February ...

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Flower box vandalism leads to summons

Beatrix Gates blurs the line between life and art

Lowell Hill Pottery to move to new location, eventually

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Contest names Route 15 Maine’s worst road

Blue Hill —

It’s what people have been saying all year. And now it’s official. Sort of.

A Camden man has won the Maine Better Transportation Association’s 2014 Worst Road in ...

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Treasure-seekers and collectors mingle at Antiques Show

Pedestrian killed during morning walk in Surry

Farm apprentices rebuild Blue Hill park stage

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Annual St. Francis Fair draws a crowd all day long

Blue Hill —

On cue from an announcement over a loudspeaker, the gates were drawn open, and a crowd of over 70 people surged in—not quite running, but moving at the pace of ...

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Brooklin artist Bill Irvine stars in new book

Pedestrian killed during morning walk in Surry

Committee to start work on transfer station remodel

Local builder discusses using local materials, timber frame construction

Ten years of monitoring opens a window to health of Blue Hill Bay