April 3, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Town asked to be notified of dry wells

KINGFIELD -- At the March 25 selectmen's meeting here, chairman John Dill asked that if any residents' wells have gone dry that they notify the town o More...

Board awards school bid, discusses Learning Results

SALEM -- Last Thursday, the SAD 58 school board met at Mt. Abram High School. Approximately 20 people, including new board members Sonya Shaw and Euge More...

Sweet lessons

On Thursday, March 28, Phillips eighth graders and kindergartners visited the River Run Farm owned by Sue and Rupert Pratt of South Strong. The elder More...

Community Service Awards nominations sought

FARMINGTON -- Here is an opportunity to recognize someone in your community who has made it a better place to live. Special nomination forms are avail More...

Video camera donated

PHOTO: The Sons of the American Legion recently donated a video camera to the Phillips' Middle School After-School Program to use on its community vid More...

Planning board action questioned

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- Residents had a chance to voice concerns about the future plans of Jordan Lumber Company for its pit on Robin Street at a publi More...

Fire department to purchase specialized ATV

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- At the annual town meeting here in March, voters chose to allow the fire department to use $15,000 from its reserve account to More...

The Bag & Kettle beefs up scholarship

CARRABASSETT -- Each year, The Bag & Kettle Restaurant, owned by Jay Reynolds and Bill Jones, donates five percent of their burger sales to Carrabasse More...

Girls Talk earns national recognition

FARMINGTON -- Girls Talk, a mentoring partnership program between the University of Maine at Farmington and Kingfield Elementary School, has been reco More...

ASC sells Heavenly resort

NEWRY -- American Skiing Company announced March 26, that it had entered into a definitive agreement to sell its Heavenly ski resort in South Lake Tah More...