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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 $298,500. More Blue Hill information.

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Tuesday | Bangor Daily News

Camden man's account of bumpy trip on Route 15 wins 'Worst Road in Maine' contest

A Camden man who wrote a harrowing account of his trip along Route 15 from Blue Hill to Stonington this spring is the winner of the Worst Road in Maine contest, according to the Maine Better Transportation Association .

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Tuesday | Capital Weekly

Windjammer fest weekend concert

Singer/songwriter Noel Paul Stookey, who has lived on the Blue Hill peninsula since 1970, will perform Saturday night, Aug. 30, at the Camden Opera House, Elm Street/Route 1. The Camden Windjammer Festival weekend concert begins at 7:30 p.m. Stookey has been altering both the musical and ethical landscape of this country and the world for decades, ... (more)

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Fri Aug 15, 2014

Capital Weekly

Baroque evening at St. Thomas'

Mezzo-soprano Catharine Cloutier and flutist Hannah McGuire will join The Somerset Consort Tuesday, Aug. 26, at 7 p.m. for an evening of Baroque music in the parish hall of St. Thomas' Episcopal Church, 33 Chestnut St. The program will include music of Bach, Handel, Pepusch, Telemann, Quantz and Marcello.

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Thu Aug 14, 2014

Weekly Packet

Local builder discusses using local materials, timber frame construction

Builder Jim Bannon gave a presentation on timber frame construction at the Blue Hill Library on the evening of July 24. He described the process involved in creating a timber frame house and explained why it is a cost-effective and environmentally responsible means of homebuilding.

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Weekly Packet

East Blue Hill residents meet to discuss future of village library

For several decades, the East Blue Hill Public Library has served its village as a community resource.

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Weekly Packet

Ten years of monitoring opens a window to health of Blue Hill Bay

Dr. Susan Shaw, founder and executive director of the Marine Environmental Research Institute in Blue Hill, discusses the findings of a 10-year monitoring project of the Blue Hill Bay watershed.

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Weekly Packet

Larson is new midwife in Blue Hill practice

She comes to Blue Hill Memorial Hospital with a wide range of midwifery experiences, including a Rhode Island maternity hospital, a largely Amish-populated Pennsylvania area birth center, and a large New York community hospital.

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The Weekly Packet

Hail, lightning cause damage, destroy local blueberry fields

Localized hail ruined most of a blueberry crop on fields off the Kingdom Road in Blue Hill on Thursday, August 7, and lightning strikes resulted in damage to homes and businesses and caused spotty power outages in the area.

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Wed Aug 13, 2014

Capital Weekly

Summer Work' from Rizzio, Ives

"Summer Work: Jessica Ives & Margaret Rizzio," an exhibition of new paintings by Jessica Ives and mixed-media assemblages by Margaret Rizzio, will be on display Wednesday, Aug. 20, through the end of the month at The Good Supply, 2106 Bristol Road.

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The Harbor Times Soup

Nature-inspired art at the Market

The lazy, hazy days of summer are filled with good food and an array of fabulous art, thanks to the weekly meetings of Belfast Art and Farmer's markets Fridays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. outside Waterfall Arts Center, 256 High St. B.A.M. runs through the end of August and is overflowing with locally made, high quality arts and crafts including pottery, ... (more)

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Tue Aug 12, 2014

Bangor Daily News

Teenagers indicted in Blue Hill-area burglaries

Three teenagers accused of being involved in a series of burglaries in the Blue Hill area were indicted last week by a Hancock County grand jury.

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Thu Aug 07, 2014

Island Ad-Vantages

New Surry Theatre brings world-renowned play home for first time

For the first time ever, the world-renowned play Sabrina Fair, written in East Blue Hill by Samuel Taylor, will be performed in Blue Hill this August.

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Weekly Packet

Blue Hill-Surry Transfer Station makes move to close landfill

After much time in discussion, the Solid Waste Committee that oversees the operations at the Blue Hill-Surry Transfer Station may be close to conceptualizing a new model for a pure transfer station where all materials are shipped from the facility for ultimate disposal.

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Weekly Packet

Speaker explores history of corporate personhood

Activist Bonnie Preston spoke about the history of corporations Friday evening, July 11, before a small audience at the Blue Hill Public Library.

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Weekly Packet

Surry pianist revives a concert barn legacy

Heading out of East Blue Hill towards Surry, just after the forest breaks for a clear view of Morgan Bay, an old barn looms just behind the sharp corner of the Surry Crossroads.

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Thu Jul 31, 2014

The Weekly Packet

Touring Through Time opens a window into the past

An 18th century doll in its doll-sized crib. A sextant used to navigate steamships in the early 1900s.

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Weekly Packet

Community Race Series to run in Blue Hill

The two organizations are partnering to create the Blue Hill Community Race Series, according to a news release.

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Weekly Packet

New Surry Theatre brings world-renowned play home for first time

For the first time ever, the world-renowned play Sabrina Fair, written in East Blue Hill by Samuel Taylor, will be performed in Blue Hill this August.

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Sat Jul 26, 2014

Bangor Daily News

Appearing as Words

Join us for a poetic experience unlike any other! Steel House's Nathan Davis joins with poets Steve Benson of Blue Hill, ME and Lewis Freedman of Madison, WI for an evening of interactive and experimental poetry performance.

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Fri Jul 25, 2014

The Harbor Times Soup

Maine Celtic Celebration on WERU

Music and interviews from the Maine Celtic Celebration 2014 will be featured Saturday, Aug. 2, at 10 a.m. on "The WERU Family Radio Hour" hosted by Belfast's Scot Cannon.

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