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Blue Hill, Maine is located in Hancock County. Zip codes in Blue Hill, ME include 04614. The median home price in Blue Hill is $359,000. More Blue Hill information.

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23 hrs ago | Weekly Packet

Road conditions mean headaches for some, more work for others

That's what the drive down just about any section of Route 15 in Hancock County has become.

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Thursday | Weekly Packet

Funeral home move hits snag at recent Blue Hill planning board meeting

Blue Hill Planning Board members say not-so-fast to recently announced plans by Jordan-Fernald Funeral Home to make a move to a vacant Main Street storefront.

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Thursday | Weekly Packet

Blue Hill Raw milk case to be heard in supreme court

Brown was charged by the Maine Department of Agriculture with selling raw milk without a license and two other violations in 2011.

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Thursday | Weekly Packet

Misty Morning Farm awarded $10,000 community food grant

"Stuff grows in my greenhouse in January," said Sean Dooley of Misty Morning Farm in Blue Hill, Maine.

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Thursday | Weekly Packet

Sign amendment to be decided at next Blue Hill selectmen's meeting

The placement of signs was the focus of a public hearing in Blue Hill on April 11 as the board of selectmen discussed language updating the town's traffic ordinance to essentially prohibit the placement of signage in the roundabout atop Tenney Hill and the triangle at Main and Water streets.

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Thursday | Herald Gazette

New principal hired at Camden-Rockport Middle School

School Administrative District 28 Board of Directors has recently hired Jaime Stone as the next principal for Camden-Rockport Middle School.

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Thursday | Island Ad-Vantages

Regional poverty collaborative to launch 'Pathways to Success'

Marjorie Withers, director of the Washington County Community Caring Collaborative, will facilitate a community meeting on Saturday, April 19, as a follow-up to the Healthy Peninsula conference on Children and Poverty held last October.

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Fri Apr 11, 2014

Weekly Packet

Peninsula chefs talk farm-to-table

"It all comes full circle," explained Chef Jill Smith, owner at Millbrook Company Restaurant and Bakery in Sedgwick.

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Weekly Packet

Peninsula Free Health looks back at first four months

After opening its doors in November, Peninsula Free Health has one winter and the initial Affordable Care Act enrollment period behind it.

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Thu Apr 10, 2014

Weekly Packet

Approved: school budget with sharp increase, pre-K program

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 Hill.

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Herald Gazette

North Haven | $1,800,000

Dramatic bluffs facing west to the Camden Hills. The views encompass Rockland to Blue Hill and Mount Desert.

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Weekly Packet

Invasive green crabs inundate area waters, decimate clam flats

On Thursday, March 20, Abby Barrows of the Blue Hill-based Marine Environmental Research Institute presented sobering news to a small, but concerned group of clammers, lobstermen, and fishermen in Stonington.

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Weekly Packet

"Big Night" coming soon to Blue Hill Peninsula

Frogs and salamanders will soon be on the move! The first warm, rainy evening of spring is known as "Big Night," a dramatic natural event when amphibians come out of hibernation and head to their breeding pools.

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Weekly Packet

Blue Hill student delivers presentation at Bates College

Bates College student Emma Perkinson of Blue Hill delivered a researched-based presentation at this year's Mount David Summit, the college's annual campus-wide celebration of student academic achievement; the college announced in a news release.

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Fri Apr 04, 2014

Weekly Packet

Invasive green crabs inundate area waters, decimate clam flats

On Thursday, March 20, Abby Barrows of the Blue Hill-based Marine Environmental Research Institute presented sobering news to a small, but concerned group of clammers, lobstermen, and fishermen in Stonington.

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Thu Apr 03, 2014

Weekly Packet

Jordan Fernald Funeral Home to move downtown

Over the course of the past week, conversation has swirled around Blue Hill as to the future of the Jordan Fernald Funeral Home.

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Weekly Packet

Haystack's Mentor Exhibition to open in April

Phoebe Joy Zildjian, right, from George Stevens Academy, Blue Hill, works with jeweler/sculptor Sarah Doremus in her Deer Isle, Maine studio during the 2014 Mentor Exhibition held by Haystack Mountain School of Crafts.

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Weekly Packet

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

In 1977, "the day I got my license," Vaughn Leach began the business that would come to be known as Blue Hill Disposal.

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Weekly Packet

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

The traffic circle and the "triangle" at the junction of Main and Water streets could be off limits to sign placement if the board of selectmen has its way.

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Thu Mar 27, 2014

Capital Weekly

Apple pruning workshop to be led by Camden treekeeper

The Good Life Center's fifth annual apple pruning workshop will take place Sunday, April 6, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., rain or shine, at the Helen and Scott Nearing Homestead on Cape Rosier in Brooksville.

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