When it comes to geographic know-how, Brandon Aponte ranks second in the state among middle school students. The Brooklin 13-year-old represented Hancock County Homeschoolers Association at the Maine National Geographic ...

Photo courtesy of Louise Aponte

Monday, April 14, 2014

Blue Hill Town Meeting
Approved: school budget with sharp increase, pre-K program

Blue Hill —

After a procedural tutorial from moderator Eckley Herrick and a recognition of Town Clerk Etta Perkins who is celebrating her 20th year at the position, town meeting began in Blue ...

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Voters pass local food ordinance, table Center Harbor easement

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Broken pipe floods Brooksville town hall as renovation begins

Brooksville —

Flooding from a broken pipe gasket at the town hall has thrown the library and its planned expansion into temporary disarray. The town offices and fire station have also suffered ...

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BHCS bands win gold awards at state jazz festival


Peninsula officials collaborate, create forum to address roads


Peninsula Free Health looks back at first four months

Monday, April 7, 2014


BHMH announces change in top leadership


Jordan Fernald Funeral Home to move downtown

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Blue Hill Disposal changes hands; Gray to carry on business as usual

Blue Hill —

In 1977, “the day I got my license,” Vaughn Leach began the business that would come to be known as Blue Hill Disposal. With a fairly rusty Dodge pickup that ...

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Blue Hill selectmen consider ban on all signs in roundabout, triangle


Brooklin responders to join Seadogs’ Hometown Heroes