A sink full of dishes, or an afternoon in the sun?
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Brown Appliance & Mattress
Tastes from around the world.
Local and international cheeses with the perfect wine pairing.. Divine!
John Edwards Market
Our new models are here!
Summer is approaching! Time to start planning your home!
Al Benner Homes
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Ray McDonald & Sons, INC
O% Financing on Select 2013 Subarus
With approved credit. Must take delivery by Feb.14. See dealer for details
Imagine a reliable investment that is good for the planet!
Save with solar incentives. Current incentives of 30% federal tax credit and Maine solar rebate of $1000-$2,000.
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News reporter Jennifer Osborn covers the island of Deer Isle-Stonington and the towns of Surry, Blue Hill, Sedgwick and Brooklin. She also writes the Gone Shopping column.
SURRY — This Sunday, four generations of mothers descended from Waltraud Barker will celebrate Mother’s Day.
BUCKSPORT — The deafening noise coming from the Verso Mill is a good news-bad news situation.
BLUE HILL — Construction of a roundabout on Tenney Hill has caused traffic slowdowns in the commercial center of town.
DEER ISLE — Deer Isle-Stonington Elementary School was the only school in Hancock County to receive an “F” when the state issued report cards last week.
BLUE HILL — Two Blue Hill women have opened a gift shop called Three Wishes in the Stavola House, which overlooks the harbor.
BLUE HILL — Farmer Dan Brown has lost his fight with the Maine Department of Agriculture to sell raw milk and is wondering how he will support his family.
BLUE HILL — The Tree of Life Food Pantry has gotten souped up.
BLUE HILL — Blue Hill Garage is leaving the stewardship of the Clapp family after 72 years.
ELLSWORTH — The word on the street is, if you need something done, talk to Hancock County Sheriff Bill Clark.