June Eaton Day, held at The Lookout Inn on Flye Point on August 23, drew crowds. Eaton has been a fixture in the community, serving as town clerk for 30 ...

Photo by Tevlin Schuetz

Monday, August 31, 2015

Petition circulated to save Surry Village Schoolhouse

Surry —

Built in 1872 on the corner of Route 172 and Toddy Pond Road, the Surry Village Schoolhouse is in a state of disrepair. According to Selectman Steve Bemiss, it would ...

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BHCS principal resigns for position in Naples

“Remarkable” Brooklin resident honored with special day

Work under way at Callahan Mine site on Cape Rosier

Live music still on hold at Strong Brewing Co. in Sedgwick

Artist explores clay and community

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Blue Hill Fair Handbook 2015

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Sign vandalized in Blue Hill park
Sign vandalized in Blue Hill park

Back to School - Weekly Packet 2015

The Peninsula —

Bay School
First day grades 1-8: Wednesday, September 9, 8 a.m.
First day preschool, pre-K, kindergarten: Monday, September 14, 8:15 a.m.
Hours: 8 a.m.-2:45 p.m. Preschool, pre-K ...

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Schools by the Numbers

“Strong” market ushers in Compass Point Real Estate’s 20th anniversary

Labor Day Deadlines and Schedule

Monday, August 24, 2015

Music is the international language
Music is the international language

As members resign, selectmen look to revamp planning board
Victor Smith appointed

Sedgwick —

With formal letters of resignation from planning board member Richard Duffy, second alternate Barbara Grindle and the declaration of resignation by Chairman John Allen but no formal letter yet submitted, ...

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Surry Arts at the Barn endures as a “community resource”

From nature to nourish: local mycologist searches by land and sea

Area teachers complete Woodlawn Teachers Institute

Thursday, August 20, 2015

Chip Angell maenuvers the Toddy II
Chip Angell maenuvers the Toddy II

Communities work to prevent drug use, treat the problem

Our Community —

Editor’s note: This is the final story in a three-part series on drugs in the Peninsula and Island communities.

Put aside the reasons a person first picks up a ...

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A discovered boat, and a return to sailing

Historic John Peters Estate up for auction

Planning board accepts cell tower application

Monday, August 17, 2015

Almost like Black Friday
Almost like Black Friday

From commerce to recreation, Blue Hill’s shipping past comes alive

Blue Hill —

The town’s shipping history dates back at least 350 years and possibly a lot further back in time.

The Vikings sailed the northeast coast of North America as early ...

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St. Francis Episcopal Church holds 26th annual fair

Blue Hill student awarded Maine Innkeepers scholarship