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International student finds home-away-from-home with Blue Hill family

International student finds home-away-from-home with Blue Hill family

Photo by Ruby Nash
Blue Hill —

The George Stevens Academy is on the lookout for host families for the 2014-2015 academic year.

The number of host families needed is dependent on the needs of the student body, but generally around 15-20 students per year live with local families instead of in the GSA dorms, said Kathy Pelletier, Director of Student Life for the school.

Monday, April 21, 2014

Growing wildlife-friendly

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Misty Morning Farm awarded $10,000 community food grant

Blue Hill —

What began with a greenhouse and a desire to help has been transformed into a working operation with a name and $10,000 in grant money behind it.

Misty Morning ...

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Regional poverty collaborative to launch ‘Pathways to Success’

Monday, April 14, 2014

Haystack director to celebrate national Poetry Month

Stonington —

Poet Stuart Kestenbaum will give a reading from his new book, Only Now, forthcoming from Deerbrook Editions this month, at the Stonington Opera House on Thursday, April 24, at 7 ...

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Deer Isle homesteader releases new book

James McMurtry to play Blue Hill Fair

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Haystack receives $2 million grant

Deer Isle —

Haystack Mountain School of Crafts has received a $2 Million grant from the Windgate Charitable Foundation—the largest gift the school has ever received—which will be used to endow the school’s ...

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Hancock County Food drive helps to restock pantry shelves

Live cabaret returns to Stonington Opera House

“Big Night” coming soon to Blue Hill Peninsula