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  • Did You Know?
    Westenddrugco.com 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

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

  • Invest into Community
    When you invest with Bar Harbor Savings and Loan, you are investing in the future of our community.
    Bar Harbor Savings & Loan

  • Snowy Weather....
    Let us keep you safe. Snow plowing, salt and sanding driveways and parking lots. Call 667-3890 or 479-0440.
    Snyder's Chipping

  • 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

  • Relief your way
    Downeast Maine's largest and most complete selection of vitamins and herbs.
    John Edwards Market

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Blue Hill
BLUE HILL — Realizing the original architecture of Western music is a challenge, but the ensemble Blue Hill Bach does just that — re-create the…
BLUE HILL — The Blue Hill Co-op is moving forward with plans to relocate to South Street.
BLUE HILL — Local businesses are taking to social media, primarily Facebook, to sell everything from blouses to houses.
BLUE HILL — Restaurateur J.P. Taillon is opening a fish, meat and specialty gourmet food market at Black Anchor on Main Street with two fishermen.
BLUE HILL — Jordan-Fernald Funeral Home has relocated to Main Street from South Street.
BLUE HILL — The region’s first minister, Jonathan Fisher, began building the yellow house that sits on the Mines Road 200 years ago.
BLUE HILL — Friends of Blue Hill Bay and Friends of Acadia invite volunteers to join them on a boat ride and beach cleanup of…
BLUE HILL — George Stevens Academy’s 26th annual Summer Speaker Series begins on Tuesday, July 15.
ELLSWORTH — Tracking the state’s scallop resources has never been easy.
BLUE HILL — Blue Hill Memorial Hospital will hold its third annual Women’s Wellness Fair at the Bay School in Blue Hill from 4-7 p.m.…
BLUE HILL — In a celebratory spirit, the Bagaduce Music Lending Library’s 24th Annual Blue Hill Pops Concert will kick off Fourth of July festivities…
BLUE HILL — Blue Hill Consolidated School science teacher Nell Herrmann has been selected as a 2014 Science Communication Fellow and will sail with the…
BLUE HILL — Elliott + Elliott Architecture of Blue Hill has received a Citation Award from the Maine Chapter of the American Institute of Architects…
PORTLAND — The Waynflete Flyers made it five in a row over the George Stevens Academy Eagles as they won their seventh consecutive state Class…
BUCKSPORT — The George Stevens Academy Eagles avenged two regular season losses and ended the baseball season for the Bucksport Golden Bucks with a 7-5…
BANGOR — “Get me one run,” junior righthander Gabe Feeney urged his Washington Academy teammates in the first inning of Tuesday’s Eastern Maine Class C…
BLUE HILL — The headmaster of George Stevens Academy, Paul B. Perkinson, announced that he will resign in June 2015 when his current contract expires.
BLUE HILL — The Maine Supreme Judicial Court has ruled against farmer Dan Brown and his fight to sell raw milk without a license.
BLUE HILL — Kneisel Hall children’s concerts are back at the Blue Hill Public Library this summer.
BLUE HILL — Every time jazz pianist Noah Baerman sits at the keyboard, the metal rings displayed on each finger are testimony to the fact…
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