BROOKSVILLE—Residents of Brooksville will have a shorter distance to drive for grocery supplies, coffee and food this winter, as Buck’s Harbor Market will be open for business.
The store, which historically has closed after October, will have the lights on seven days a week, a decision that was made after a large renovation over the summer, according to assistant manager Jo Andrews.
“Those renovations were done for a purpose,” said Andrews. “It’s much more efficient for heating now, we have more space for more options for customers, we expanded the kitchen and are now offering pizza. With all the renovations, it just made sense that we stay open year-round.”
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Richard D. Goodwin
STONINGTON Richard Donald Goodwin, 53, of Stonington, died unexpectedly April 6, 2021, the result of an automobile accident. Richard, one of two children, was born April 30, 1967, in Castine, Maine.
Blue Hill voters approve GSA tuition request
BLUE HILL—George Stevens Academy received good news when results of the April 20 Blue Hill annual town meeting by referendum became available.
Michael B. Wood
After a full day of gardening with his wife, Mike Wood died on April 2, 2021, suddenly and serenely under a spring sky full of birds, serenaded by peepers, at his home in Deer Isle, Maine, after a very full life.
Eaton - Ballou
Audra Marie Eaton and William Bra den Ballou of Sedgwick were married February 12, 2021, in a private ceremony.
Blue Hill Public Library
The Schmidt Ocean institute’s scientific vessel, Falkor, the world’s first year-round philanthropic research vessel, is the subject of the upcoming Slaven lecture at the Blue Hill public library. The institute’s website, schmidtocean.org, streams real-time video whenever it has equipment deployed to the ocean floor.
Callahan Mine cleanup continues
Major work set for this summer
Blue Hill Public Library
Wild Sun Catchers—Seaweed
Lobster tales and lobster facts featured in two new local books
Andrew Gove’s memoir and the Roops’ new ABC
Solar farm application leads to discussion of local ordinance
BLUE HILL—On Monday, November 16, members of Blue Hill select and planning boards discussed the pros and cons of amending the existing Commercial Site Plan Review Ordinance to address commercial solar farms, versus developing and adopting a separate commercial solar farm ordinance.
Lefty Fourchette, cuisinière
Lefty Fourchette est dans sa cuisine creating her prix fixe, table d’hôte, holiday menu.
Senior positions and plans
SCOTT'S SPORTS SPOT
The police "spy plane" experiment is over, but the growing surveillance of Baltimore continues.
Quick- Change Artist
SEAL Team star AJ Buckley has a new mission: perfecting the art of diaper duty.
GOOD MOVE OR BAD MOVE?
Revisiting 49ers’ 2020 personnel decisions
Blue Öyster Cult
Founding guitarist Buck Dharma unwraps the symbol remains, the Hard Rock progenitors’ first album of new material in 20 years
MARTHA COMES CLEAN AT LAST!
Still doesn’t talk to ex-hubby & has fond memories of federal prison
Steak-out in History
Take a tasty trip to the Old West at two storied saloons: the Buckhorn Exchange in Denver, Colorado, and The Palace in Prescott, Arizona.
A Spy at the Palace
AFTER A STAFF MEMBER STEALS MORE THAN $200,000 WORTH OF HER PERSONAL KEEPSAKES, THE QUEEN NO LONGER FEELS SAFE IN HER OWN HOME.
2020 CHRISTMAS RELEASES REVIEWED
Keep Casting, Interpret Data, Speed & Structure
The pursuit of muskies can be a complex, ongoing algorithm. There are seemingly endless pieces of critical information that all add up to the big picture, and this information is constantly changing.