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Located in Sedgwick just down Rope Ferry Road, the Bluff Head Preserve was opened in 2016.

Photo by Shiloh Eaton

Monday, July 24, 2017

BREAKING NEWS
Blue Hill Heritage Trust signs purchase option on Caterpillar Hill property

Sedgwick —

Blue Hill Heritage Trust is working to permanently conserve 32 acres of land that is a critical addition to a two-decade effort to save the spectacular views from Caterpillar Hill ...

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Surry resident brings slice of history to life
‘The Survivors of Schoolhouse Bridge’

Surry —

Before a 1962 reconstruction by Maine Department of Transportation, Schoolhouse Bridge on Toddy Pond Road was flooded every spring by Meadow Stream. Heavy rain and melting snow “swelled the brook ...

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Petition started to keep ‘big box’ stores out of Blue Hill


Bluff Head Preserve in Sedgwick


Talking ticks: prevention is front line against Lyme disease

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Up close
Up close

BREAKING NEWS
Blue Hill Heritage Trust signs purchase option on Caterpillar Hill property

Sedgwick —

Blue Hill Heritage Trust is working to permanently conserve 32 acres of land that is a critical addition to a two-decade effort to save the spectacular views from Caterpillar Hill ...

Read full story

Blue Hill Co-op meets $500k goal with month to spare

Blue Hill —

The member-owned Blue Hill Co-op needed to raise over $282,000 in local investments by August 16 to meet a one-year, $500,000 deadline required by FundME, the Maine program offered by ...

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Tarantula, turtle and ‘Mr. Peepers’ enthrall, teach


Brooklin gift shop turns over new ‘Leaf’

Monday, July 17, 2017

Brooksville hosts antique car club
Brooksville hosts antique car club

Fraudulent Emera scam nets money from Blue Hill resident

Blue Hill —

On Saturday morning when Sonya Leonard got a call from a person identifying himself as being from the energy company Emera, she paused—because it was Saturday. But, as she took ...

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New legislation tightens lobster laws enforcement


NEFMC adopts Gulf of Maine deep-sea coral protection amendments


Counting alewives takes dedicated volunteers

Thursday, July 13, 2017

A Bread Truck Turned Camper
A Bread Truck Turned Camper

Planning board approves South Street commercial application

Blue Hill —

A new 9,600 square foot retail/commercial building at 28 South Street was given the go-ahead by the planning board in a unanimous vote after a public hearing on July 10.


New café adds food options to downtown Blue Hill