Farmer Dan Brown of Blue Hill, Maine is headed to the state Supreme Court which will hear oral arguments on his appeal. Brown sold unlicensed raw milk that came from ...

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Monday, April 21, 2014

Second Surry school board candidate steps forward for voting April 25

Surry —

It looked for a while as if there would be no replacement when school board member Pat Hollenberg, who had stepped in to fill a vacancy on the board, decided ...

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“Ice out” officially called on Walker Pond


Funeral home move hits snag at recent Blue Hill planning board meeting


Western Hancock County officials seek public comment on road conditions

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Brooksville hires former Adams School principal Todd Nelson

Brooksville —

School board members have unanimously approved hiring Todd Nelson as teaching principal for the elementary school. The two-year contract begins on July 1 and runs through June 30, 2016.
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Sedgwick Science fair draws winning conclusion


Blue Hill South St. development comes back to planning board


Sign amendment to be decided at next Blue Hill selectmen’s meeting


Blue Hill raw milk case to be heard in supreme court

Monday, April 14, 2014

Blue Hill Town Meeting
Approved: school budget with sharp increase, pre-K program

Blue Hill —

After a procedural tutorial from moderator Eckley Herrick and a recognition of Town Clerk Etta Perkins who is celebrating her 20th year at the position, town meeting began in Blue ...

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Voters pass local food ordinance, table Center Harbor easement

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Broken pipe floods Brooksville town hall as renovation begins

Brooksville —

Flooding from a broken pipe gasket at the town hall has thrown the library and its planned expansion into temporary disarray. The town offices and fire station have also suffered ...

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BHCS bands win gold awards at state jazz festival


Peninsula officials collaborate, create forum to address roads


Peninsula Free Health looks back at first four months