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Merrie Eley, shown hiking in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, is a Blue Hill Heritage Trust volunteer, a paid guide for Acadia Mountain Hikes and now a certified Wilderness ...

Photo courtesy of Merrie Eley

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Public to hear about Benjamin River Bridge replacement

Brooklin —

Located at the Brooklin-Sedgwick town line, the Benjamin River Bridge carries Route 175 over the Benjamin River. It is slated for replacement by the Maine Department of Transportation, and a ...

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Two vie for road commissioner post in Brooksville


Two candidates seek one-year selectman’s seat in Sedgwick


Love of nature leads Blue Hill woman down new path

Monday, February 12, 2018

Cribbage tournament draws a large crowd in Surry
Cribbage tournament draws a large crowd in Surry

Can downtown be saved by a Main St. program?
Citizens group searches for solutions

Blue Hill —

With a significant number of downtown Blue Hill storefronts empty—some for many years—residents again came together to ask what can be done. Meeting in the library at George Stevens Academy ...

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School boards, superintendents craft 2018-19 budgets under public eye

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Hand-drawn map
Hand-drawn map

From east to west, Cimeno peddles for a cause
Plans a week helping hurricane-affected Texas

Blue Hill —

Bella Cimeno, a recent George Stevens Academy graduate and Blue Hill resident, will set out on February 16 to complete a 2,800-mile trek, and she will do so supported by ...

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Renovation plan for 1794 Blue Hill building sparks concerns


Blue Hill homeschooler headed for Maine State Spelling Bee


Nomination papers circulate in Peninsula towns


Department of Education announces 2019 subsidies