PBP Instagram LEAD

Thursday, March 26, 2015

DMR approval looms for Morgan Bay oyster farm
Review period begins for intervenors

Surry —

A proposed four-acre oyster farm in Morgan Bay was provisionally approved by Diantha Robinson, Hearing Officer for the Department of Marine Resources, in a report issued on March 20. The ...

Read full story


Incumbents, new faces featured in annual town election


Late night joyride leaves hole in Brooksville fire station


BHCS jazz players win Gold Awards

PBP Sports Site

Monday, March 23, 2015

International Night returns
International Night returns

Zero-sort recycling back on the table for transfer station

Blue Hill —

A potential change in which materials can be recycled, and how they will be handled, will highlight a Wednesday, March 25, meeting of the Solid Waste Committee, the oversight board ...

Read full story


International Night celebrates diversity at George Stevens Academy


Surry woman to be honored in Orono

Thursday, March 19, 2015

GSA Jazz Band wins state title
GSA Jazz Band wins state title

New principals hired for two Union 93 schools
Fred Cole signs on at Surry, Matt Lokken at BHCS

Surry —

Fred Cole, current Development Director of Bay School, is returning to what he says he knows best—public school education. Cole, who led Blue Hill Consolidated School for six years as ...

Read full story


GSA Jazz Band swings into first place at state competition


Chamber members elect directors at annual meeting

Monday, March 16, 2015

BHCS chess team takes the championship
BHCS chess team takes the championship

BHCS chess team tops at state championship
Fundraising for nationals under way

Blue Hill —

The 13 members of the Blue Hill Consolidated School chess team swept two divisions in the state championships on March 7, earning first-place honors in the Maine State Junior High ...

Read full story


Brooksville school board violated teacher contract but not liable for damages


In Sedgwick, town meeting voters approve $2.9 million budget


Sedgwick voters re-elect school board members, put in new selectman