Thursday, September 18, 2014
Eleventh annual Jared Grindle tournament to play on four fields
The Peninsula —
Early September draws out the softball player in many, as dozens of teams suit up and take to the field for the Jared C. Grindle One Pitch Co-ed Softball Tournament. ...
28 years and 152 oysters later, a new king is crowned
Clapp shows how to turn property into wildlife oasis
Monday, September 15, 2014
Sedgwick school takes the challenge, passes it on
The ice bucket challenge. Everyone’s doing it! And on September 5 at Sedgwick Elementary School, first grader Jovin Pesek challenged staff and teachers to a cold, wet wake-up call after ...
Blue Hill Selectmen drop float insurance, discuss timetable for removal
Without site manager, Blue Hill’s Community Café stays closed
GSA Eagles kick off the season
Thursday, September 11, 2014
Farewell fundraiser brings headliners to Congregational church
Blue Hill —
Among the finest of Peninsula musicians will join fellow church members for a musical goodbye to Pastor Rob McCall and Becky McCall—Noel Paul Stookey, Paul Sullivan and Jay Peterson headline ...
Blue Hill Garage owners continue family tradition
Blue Hill free health clinic plans to reopen in October
Blue Hill Women’s Health Care hosts “birth” day party in the park
GSA plans Homecoming Weekend
Blue Hill petanque club holds national tournament
Monday, September 8, 2014
Andrea Brown is the face—and the company—behind Union 76’s shiny, new buses
How do you turn a small student transportation company into a million-dollar venture? Perseverance helps. So does a solid local reputation.
Andrea Brown Busing, a Sedgwick business operated by ...
Art and farming mingle at Reversing Falls Sanctuary