At the helm

Tonyia Peasley, Brooksville resident and co-owner of Little Island Oyster Co., was recently awarded two top place awards for her photography capturing aquaculture on the Bagaduce River.

Photo courtesy of Tonyia Peasley

Monday, October 5, 2015

Selectmen move for meeting with brewery and neighbors
Septic system ‘a local issue,’ state inspector says

Sedgwick —

As resistance, and rhetoric, grow between a Rope Ferry Road nano-brewery and its neighbors, selectmen move to try to bring both sides to the table in a facilitated meeting, after ...

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Statewide school test results questionable

Local oyster farmer recognized in NOAA’s Aquaculture Photo Contest

Bucklyn Coffee brings new flavor to Blue Hill

Journalism scholarships awarded

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Harvest Moon Eclipse
Harvest Moon Eclipse

Nygren out of jail as theft investigation continues
Bail dropped to $10K

Brooklin —

Steve Nygren, chief financial officer of the Brooklin Boat Yard charged with felony counts of forgery and theft by unauthorized taking, posted $10,000 cash bail one week after his arrest.

Citizen group takes on downtown Blue Hill

100-year-old store ledgers open past lives of Blue Hill

Nonprofit builds community to battle the cold with window inserts

Monday, September 28, 2015

Landfill closure on schedule
Blue Hill-Surry transfer station committee mulls zero-sort recycling

Surry —

The Solid Waste Committee has been given a thumbs-up by the Maine Department of Environmental Protection to move ahead with its plan to cover the landfill at the Blue Hill-Surry ...

Lyme disease numbers may level after spike in 2014

For local farmer, Lyme disease diagnosis came late

Public invited to Early Childhood Community Summit

Blue Hill Public Library looks back to celebrate 75 years

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Former Brooklin Boat Yard CFO admits to embezzlement
$350,000 went to Brooklin General, Nygren says

Brooklin —

Steven Nygren, former chief financial officer for Brooklin Boat Yard, appeared in court on September 18 on two Class B felony charges, unauthorized taking and forgery. He is charged with ...

‘Business as usual’ at Brooklin General Store in wake of arrest

Monday, September 21, 2015

Fire Chief Denny Robertson honored for lifetime of service

Blue Hill —

The son of a son of a Blue Hill firefighter, Fire Chief Denny Robertson has served his community as a volunteer and chief for nearly 60 years. He was honored ...

Summer drought hits Clapp Tree Farm

George Stevens Academy to host fifth annual Homecoming Weekend

MERI to lead students in annual Coastweek Clean Up