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A Penobscot Bay Press organized “Community Conversation” brought panelists, citizens and town officials together in Blue Hill on September 18 to discuss what prohibiting or allowing retail marijuana means for ...

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Thursday, September 21, 2017


What would retail marijuana look like in our towns?


Retail marijuana in Maine: what we know

GSA endowment establishes Food for Thought Fund
GSA endowment establishes Food for Thought Fund

Blue Hill —

An endowment from Brooklin resident Dorothy “Dottie” Hayes will provide up to $5,000 annually to help make sure all students are able to eat lunch at George Stevens Academy. The ...

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Senior food program cites budget shortfall for changes

Monday, September 18, 2017

Red, yellow and green
Red, yellow and green

Local students ace Advanced Placement exams

Blue Hill —

George Stevens Academy students distinguished themselves last year in their performance on Advanced Placement (AP) exams, the nationally-administered tests that follow high school AP courses, according to a ...

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Golf tournament honors beloved pharmacist


Brooksville teacher takes on new challenge

Thursday, September 14, 2017

One, two, three...jump!
One, two, three…jump!

Planning board asks, should commercial site plan ordinance be revised?

Blue Hill —

After a pat on the planning board’s collective back from one member for a “civil” public hearing on a South Street commercial site plan application in July, Planning Board Chairman ...

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Penobscot Bay Press to host ‘Retail Marijuana: A Community Conversation’


Celebrating 30 years of K’s Kwisine


Surry sets retail marijuana prohibition vote