Food pantry Tree of Life and its sister organization, used clothing store TurnStyle, are seeing more customers but lower donations, while food prices are on the rise. Revenue from TurnStyle ...

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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Blue Hill food pantry faces higher costs as donations fall

Blue Hill —

Sitting down at a table groaning with food for a Thanksgiving meal is an American tradition. But 14 percent of the Peninsula’s population, according to statistics compiled by the Tree ...

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Blue Hill’s annual tree lighting slated for December 4


Wreath season fires up on the Peninsula

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Monday, November 24, 2014

750 pounds of potatoes
750 pounds of potatoes

Who’s watching the work?
Facing $736,000 in building maintenance, board considers its options

Blue Hill —

Principal Della Martin reported something “amazing” to school board members on November 12: no leaks in the school library following a heavy, wet snowfall earlier this month. The library roof, ...

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The Harbor House restaurant opens on Water Street

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Surry selectmen honor oldest resident
Surry selectmen honor oldest resident

After 29 years of service, BHCS Principal Della Martin announces her retirement in 2015

Blue Hill —

Principal Della Martin submitted a letter of retirement to the school board and superintendent on November 12. She will retire at the end of the current school year.

“Blue ...

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Moira Creaser receives Boston Post Cane with grace


2.48 percent budget increase proposed for U93 central office

Monday, November 17, 2014

Falls Bridge, the 1926 version
Falls Bridge, the 1926 version

MDOT outlines issues for Falls Bridge project

Blue Hill —

The Maine Department of Transportation is still several years away from any construction on the Falls Bridge, but officials last week gave residents plenty to think about at an informational ...

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Public comments force hearing on Smith Cove aquaculture lease


Study IDs needed work at BHCS


BHMH sponsors student-initiated health fair


MERI researchers study microplastics