Business Today

  • 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

  • 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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