Stepping from rock to rock along the 0.6 mile of shorefront at Carter Nature Preserve in Surry leads to an older trail through a quiet woods. But the surprise is ...

Photo by Anne Berleant

Monday, September 26, 2016

Zero-sort recycling arrives at Blue Hill-Surry transfer Station

Blue Hill —

Ahead of any official roll-out, the Blue Hill-Surry Transfer Station is now a zero-sort recycling center. Previously the facility accepted only two grades of plastic, did not take glass, and ...

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Tennis Round Robin benefits At Home Downeast programs


Local ‘Boulistas’ rank high in world qualifier

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Washed up lobster trap
Washed up lobster trap

Section of Falls Bridge Road to be closed for culvert work
Detour through Sedgwick

Blue Hill —

A planned Maine Department of Transportation maintenance project to replace a cross culvert on Falls Bridge Road will mean a portion of the road will be closed to traffic for ...

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Raising timber frames and family back home in Blue Hill

Monday, September 19, 2016

Baby turtles hatch at Parker Ridge
Baby turtles hatch at Parker Ridge

TradeWinds expansion to offer local, Maine products

Blue Hill —

With the relocation of Subway Restaurant from the TradeWinds building to its new home across the street, TradeWinds Market Place is left with almost 800 square feet of additional space. ...

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Turtles hatch, with the help of humans, at Parker Ridge


Latest MERI tests show rise in algal bloom at Curtis Cove

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Work, stopped
Work, stopped


Blue Hill Fair Result 2016

CHI could lose its 30-acre Caterpillar Hill property
New board of directors in negotiations

Sedgwick —

Thirty acres on Caterpillar Hill purchased in 2014 may be back on the market as nonprofit organization Caterpillar Hill Initiative has failed to make any mortgage payments since December, or ...

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Lowell Hill Pottery’s new home nears completion in Penobscot


Zone C Lobster Council votes to close zone


George Stevens Academy to host sixth annual Homecoming Weekend