A quiet Main Street in Blue Hill

A quiet Main Street in Blue Hill

Photo by Anne Berleant
Blue Hill —

These days, there are plenty of eyes on downtown Blue Hill. A recent planning board hearing on allowing Jordan-Fernald Funeral Home onto Main Street drew a crowd of residents and lasted hours. The Blue Hill Co-op has announced its decision to move out of downtown to South Street. Two prime locations on Main Street stand empty: the former 66 Steak & Seafood restaurant and New Cargoes retail shop.

“Do I think our downtown is in trouble? Yes, I do,” said Selectman and downtown business owner John Bannister.

Monday, July 28, 2014

Blue Hill Co-op celebrates 40 years, reveals relocation plans

Blue Hill church to host annual Blueberry Fest

Support the General Store, say residents

Blue Hill sets mill rate for 2014 taxes

Halcyon Grange awarded $10k for community grain center

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Blue Hill man dedicates wall to submariners

Blue Hill —

The USS Jallalo was just shy of 312-feet long like most of the World War II era submarines. That’s why Dave McGraw of Blue Hill had his wall ...

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Sedgwick artist is featured in new book

Blue Hill Planning Board eyes comp plan update

Town seeks donations for Warmer Brooklin

Blue Hill sets mill rate for 2014 taxes

Planning board sets limits on meeting length

Warren Lehrer takes on, and embodies, A Life In Books

Callahan Mine annual meeting set for July 29

Monday, July 21, 2014

Head custodian Colberth is honored by professionals, peers

Board eyes safety at former Brooklin ballfield

BHHT geologist reveals secrets of John B. Mountain

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Blue Hill student heads to American Legion Boys Nation

New Doug Hylan design launched in Brooklin

New fish, specialty item market opens in Blue Hill