Ralph Chapman and Sue Walsh

Ralph Chapman and Sue Walsh

Photo by Anne Berleant
Blue Hill —

Candidates in two races in the November 4 general election faced off at the Blue Hill Library on October 14.

Democrat Ralph Chapman and Republican Sue Walsh seek the House seat for District 133, which includes Blue Hill, Brooksville, Brooklin, Castine, Sedgwick and Surry. They responded to prepared and audience questions, as did the candidates for District Attorney of Hancock and Washington counties, Republican Matt Foster and Democrat Bill Entwisle.

Monday, October 20, 2014

Taste of the Peninsula offers a slice of local culinary life

BHCS pre-K program outgrows space, staff

Eagles golf team named top sportsmen in Eastern Class C

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Thursday, October 16, 2014

Blue Hill Falls Bridge will be the subject of upcoming meeting
Blue Hill Falls Bridge will be the subject of upcoming meeting

MDOT calls on residents to discuss Falls Bridge
Information meeting scheduled Nov. 6

Blue Hill —

The Maine Department of Transportation is getting ready to ask residents what they think about the Blue Hill Falls Bridge. Do they want to save it? Replace it? Widen it?

Sedgwick student struck by car while getting on morning bus

Historical society opens grounds to lumberjacks in the making

Monday, October 13, 2014

Kneisel Hall group introduces musical outreach in Blue Hill

Blue Hill —

A trio of Kneisel Hall musicians spent the week of September 22 bringing performances and creative workshops to different spots around town.

This was the inaugural run of a ...

Grass or no grass: sidewalks dominate conversation

Duane B. Gray Memorial Golf Tournament caps GSA Homecoming Weekend

Eagles girls continue hot streak

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Sedgwick student struck by car while getting on morning bus
Charges not expected to be filed

Sedgwick —

A 12-year old Sedgwick Elementary School student was taken to Blue Hill Memorial Hospital, and later transported to Eastern Maine Medical Center, on Friday morning, October 10, after being struck ...

Zone C members discuss federal rule-making

Fall Festival firms up schedule

Non-Profit’ program expanding at GSA