Business Today

  • CPR and First Aid Training
    Join us Monday, May 19th 5:30–8:30 p.m. for CPR training. Fee is $40. First Aid training will be held on Wednesday, May 21 5:30–8:30 p.m. for a fee of $30.
    Maine Coast Memorial Hospital

  • Did You Know? is where you can fill your prescriptions online, and see whether your prescription is refillable. For the highest quality and care. 105 Main St. Bar Harbor, 288-3318.
    West End Drug

  • Our policy is your protection.
    At the Holmes Agency we will evaluate your your insurance needs and secure the best coverage at a fair price.
    The Holmes Agency

  • Laser Alignment Special!
    $49.95 Front End/ $69.95 Four wheel. No long waits! Call for your appointment 667-7479.
    Jim's Auto

  • Let the Sun in and Keep the Cold out
    Integrity windows and doors by Marvin are available.
    EBS Building Supply

  • Roof Shingling
    Old roof stripped, disposed of and reshingled ~ $220/sq! Call Ray Day Builders - 667-7019
    Ray Day Builders

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Blue Hill
BLUE HILL — Local volunteer David Guarente is seeking the Democratic nomination for representative for House District 37.
ELLSWORTH — It was a great weekend for theater at Rockland and Mount Desert Island high schools with the Class A and Class B Drama…
ORONO — On Saturday, March 8, the Blue Hill Consolidated School took first place to become the Maine State Scholastic Chess Champions in the K-6…
PENOBSCOT — Funding for the Blue Hill Library always inspires a lively debate at the annual Town Meeting. This year was no exception.
BLUE HILL — The Rev. Dr. John Philip Newell, a prominent spirituality teacher, will be the keynote speaker at this year’s Downeast Spiritual Life Conference.
Tammy Tyler, a registered nurse in Blue Hill Memorial Hospital’s Emergency Department, has earned the hospital’s “Rock Star of the Year” Award.
BLUE HILL — What better way to spend a morning in deep winter than in a sun-drenched greenhouse filled with music, fresh food and friendly…
BLUE HILL — St. Francis by the Sea Episcopal Church is hosting a six-week Lenten series beginning March 12.
BLUE HILL — A jointly sponsored Ecumenical Lenten Lunch and Learn series will begin on Thursday, March 6, in Blue Hill.
BLUE HILL — The Community Education class schedule for March at Blue Hill Memorial Hospital has been announced.
BLUE HILL — Dr. Jenny Talbert and Dr. Sarah De Preter of Wellness Chiropractic in Blue Hill will present a three-part lecture series to highlight…
BLUE HILL — A Planning Board review of a 9,600-square-foot commercial development on South Street was canceled Monday because the developer’s purchase and sales agreement…
BLUE HILL — An expansion of school choice in Maine has had an unintended consequence for coastal communities: a lack of tuition to follow nonresident…
BLUE HILL — The Next Generation Foundation has announced the launch of its new large grants program.
BANGOR — As the George Stevens Academy Eagles found out on Tuesday, it’s tough to win a basketball game against a team that hits more…
BLUE HILL — Push away that plate of celery and carrot sticks that springs to mind when when hearing the words ‘raw food.’
ELLSWORTH — The George Stevens Academy Eagles, the Bucksport Golden Bucks and the Deer Isle-Stonington Mariners all played their way into the boys’ Eastern Maine…
BLUE HILL — Alexander Borodin’s opera “Prince Igor” comes to The Grand in Ellsworth on Saturday, March 1, by live simulcast from the Metropolitan Opera…
The following students made honor roll recently at George Stevens Academy:
Blue Hill Memorial Hospital recently welcomed Michael Murnik, MD, to its medical staff.
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