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The Sedgwick LEGO Robotics team finished in second place overall at the Ellsworth Robot Track Meet on Saturday, May 16. The outstanding finish resulted from the following performances: LeeAnn ...

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Thursday, May 21, 2015

BREAKING NEWS
Morgan Bay oyster farm approved by DMR Commissioner
Hearing on June 18 for final comments from public

Surry —

The three-year long struggle for Hancock resident Joe Porada to farm oysters on Morgan Bay appears to have reached its end. Approval for the four-acre site north of Jed Island ...

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Lawsuit charges school board for breach of contract

Brooksville —

Former teacher Laura Johns filed a lawsuit on April 1 in Maine Superior Court charging the School Board of Brooksville with breach of contract. She seeks judgment in “such amount ...

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Superintendent evaluation process under review


George Stevens Academy announces honor parts for the Class of 2015


Peninsula towns to observe Memorial Day


Sloan to perform in Blue Hill, teach at GSA

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Monday, May 18, 2015

American Legion in its early days
American Legion in its early days

BREAKING NEWS
Morgan Bay oyster farm approved by DMR Commissioner
Hearing on June 18 for final comments from public

Surry —

The three-year long struggle for Hancock resident Joe Porada to farm oysters on Morgan Bay appears to have reached its end. Approval for the four-acre site north of Jed Island ...

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Committee to selectmen: Don’t sell that crane
Approved: a new coat of (not yellow) paint

Blue Hill —

It may not be the best one for the job, but the crane at the public wharf is still an object of desire. Members of the Marine Resources Committees heated ...

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Legion Hall in need of TLC


The Farmhouse Inn opens in Blue Hill

Thursday, May 14, 2015

George Stevens Academy building purchase
George Stevens Academy building purchase

Union 76 board responds to petition for dismissal
“Fact-finding effort” to come

Sedgwick —

During a regular meeting on Wednesday, May 6, the Union 76 board voted on two actions in response to a petition brought forth by members of the Deer Isle-Stonington


Special education costs high, enrichment programs low at local schools


George Stevens Academy to purchase Tenney Hill property


Sedgwick man given 10 years in child pornography case


Music library offers building free to owner who will move it


Maja Trivia tournament heads to championship round

Monday, May 11, 2015

Selectmen reassure Caterpillar Hill Initiative, but want paperwork
‘It’s a simple process but you need to do it’

Sedgwick —

Selectmen reaffirmed support for an installation at the top of Caterpillar Hill on April 23 but asked that building permits and site plan review be submitted to the planning board, ...


Blue Hill has a new address


Bears ‘n’ Me Gifts celebrates handmade and locally made goods