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Not your ordinary classroom experience
Skippers Program teaches fishing safety
New name, new home for Island Childcare
Kassandra Shepard to run Snappers Childcare Center
Pandemic can't thwart DISHS thespians
Theater class holds performance outdoors
Clam beds in jeopardy?
40 to 50 jobs could be at stake
A stamp of approval for Marlinespike
Belvedere Craft fellowhip goes to Tim Whitten
Volunteer shortages, spotty radio signals plague fire departments
SEDGWICK—Recruiting, training and retaining volunteers to provide fire services to local communities has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chickadee Compost to start at Stonington transfer station
Gets cold shoulder from Brooklin residents
‘Tis the season for yachtspotting
Fancy billionaire yachts entertain islanders
School sports still on hold
CSD decides to wait for word from Augusta
Rock pile to go, chain link fence to stay
Ballfield now hosts Opera House stage
Lobster tales and lobster facts featured in two new local books
Andrew Gove’s memoir and the Roops’ new ABC
Create a Fall Focal Point
Add a creative highlight to any outdoor area with these container garden ideas.
The alewives are running
Making their annual Bagaduce River run
Spring storms wreak havoc here, ‘not too bad' there
Adding difficulty to staying at home
Work, school from home means ‘taking it one day at a time'
Coping with COVID-19
In a time of need, food pantries help fill the gap
Tree of life volunteers unload the Good Shepard Food Bank truck early Wednesday morning in Blue Hill. Doing the heavy lifting are, from left, Holbrook Williams, ray Manyak, George Blake and Steve Brookman.
Eagles, Mariners rock GSA gym in overtime game
Both teams headed to playoffs.
Eagles channel late momentum swing
BLUE HILL—Just three games away from a potential appearance in the postseason, the George Stevens Academy girls basketball team is looking to roll off some late-season momentum.
Weight Room Promotes Fitness At DISHS
DEER ISLE—For the past year, Deer Isle-Stonington High School athletic director Betsy Woodward, the DISHS Booster Club and other volunteers have been working to complete a weight room project that will allow the entire student body access to workouts and fitness activities on a regular basis.
Two young women are blazing a fashionable trail through Oklahoma City.