PBP Sports Site LEAD

The Brooklin General Store, operating in the heart of Brooklin’s village, closed its doors on February 7 after 144 years in business. The unexpected closure has forced residents to travel ...

Photo by Jeremiah Savage

Thursday, February 11, 2016

BREAKING NEWS
Furnace malfunction closes Tree of Life, TurnStyle temporarily

Blue Hill —

The Tree of Life food pantry and its sister organization, The TurnStyle, will be closed until further notice due to a furnace malfunction that filled the building with heavy, noxious ...

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State court dismisses case against Steve Nygren
Bail conditions lifted

Brooklin —

The Hancock County Unified Court dismissed two felony counts of fraud and unauthorized transfer by wire against former Brooklin Boat Yard chief financial officer Steve Nygren after the District Attorney’s ...

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Brooklin General Store closes doors, future uncertain


Slim’s Fishing Derby canceled

Monday, February 8, 2016

GSA sophomore Nellie Haldane
GSA sophomore Nellie Haldane

Bay School Director Williams looks back—and ahead

Blue Hill —

Khalif Williams, who spent the past six years as a hands-on director of the Bay School, is leaving for a different sort of hands-on position. Williams announced last month that ...

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Sedgwick School Board moves ahead on pre-K


Paul Perkinson, former GSA head of school, accepts new position


Slate of candidates set in Brooksville

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Dr. Michael Aker demonstrates his transcranial microcurrent therapy machine.
Dr. Michael Aker demonstrates his transcranial microcurrent therapy machine.

Blue Hill chiropractor heals long-term effects of brain injury

Blue Hill —

On one hand, there’s the brain, filled with a hundred billion nerve cells, connected to every movement and thought, housed inside a cradle of bone, blood and tissue.

“The ...

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Peninsula, Island work to address heroin, drug abuse crisis


Ice conditions leave question mark for fishing derby

Monday, February 1, 2016

‘Secrets of the Snowies’
‘Secrets of the Snowies’

Meeting on superintendent turns to larger issues in Brooklin

Brooklin —

During a community meeting at the Brooklin School originally planned for discussion of Union 76’s search for a new superintendent, conversation instead turned to an issue involving the union’s accounts ...

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Selectmen make improved Internet service a priority


Sedgwick school spent $109k more than approved