March 6, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Eustis Town Meeting: Little discussion, just "read and pass"

EUSTIS - In a record-breaking 38-minute annual meeting for this town, 40 residents sped through the 36- article warrant, spending $440,508.75. "No More...

Selectmen give support to make school playground open to community

STRONG - Maria Logan of the Strong Playground Committee made a presentation to the Board of Selectmen on Tuesday, March 26. The committee feels the to More...

GirlsTalk receives national recognition

Upcoming speaker one of many impressive programs

KINGFIELD -- GirlsTalk, the local mentoring program for young girls, was recently recognized by the National Association of Student Personnel Administ More...

Area schools "in good shape" to take on laptops

SAD #58/RANGELEY -- Governor Angus King continues to try to garner support for his Maine Learning Technology Initiative through which he hopes to give More...

Mt. Abram Profile of the Week: Ryan McHugh

SALEM -- Although only a freshman in high school, Ryan McHugh already has a good idea of what he wants to do after high school and college. He wants t More...

Obituaries - Free Access

George Henry Bass II

1914-2002

BRUNSWICK, ME --- George Henry Bass II, 87, of Thornton Oaks in Brunswick, died Sunday, February 24, 2002 in Naples, Florida. He was born in Wilto More...

Junior high students to put on entertaining fundraiser

KINGFIELD -- Saturday, March 16, students from Kingfield Elementary School are putting on a fundraiser for the sixth, seventh and eighth grades. T More...

Red Cross donation questioned, articles pass

KINGFIELD -- All the articles passed with little discussion at the annual town meeting here on Saturday. The most disagreement among voters was over t More...

Three-way race for CV selectman

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- On March 13, the day for the annual Town Meeting, voters will have a tough decision to make -- who should fill Reggie Gordon's More...

New York fire fighters experience mountain generosity

SUGARLOAF - One hundred and thirty fire fighters were on the mountain last week during their yearly trip here that has been a tradition since 1994. Fo More...

Local News

BOARD CONSIDERS LOGGING ON SCHOOL PROPERTY By Jami Badershall KINGFIELD -- At the Feb. 28 school board meeting, Superintendent Quenten Clark an More...

Dining Room's open!

KINGFIELD -- Chef Richard Dzvileski poses in the dining room of the Herbert Grand Hotel on Main Street in Kingfield. The dining room is now open to th More...