August 21, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Dawn Bolduc, an icon passes

The Sugarloaf area lost an icon recently with the passing of Dawn Bolduc. Bolduc, a graduate of Mt. Ida College for Women in Boston, Mass., was als More...

Strong man charged with drug trafficking

STRONG -- After a 10-month investigation, police arrested a 49-year-old man in Salem and seized a pound of processed marijuana, drug paraphernalia and More...

Avon fire investigated

AVON -- Like a clock's tick-tock, the smoke detector beat a steady click deep within the blackened ruin of Shirley Allen's house of 17 years Monday, A More...

Eustis planning board approves subdivision

EUSTIS -- On Monday, Aug. 12, the Eustis Planning Board met to conduct a final review of the proposed Eustis Ridge Overlook Subdivision on the Eustis More...

Part-time residents benefit area's economy

WESTERN MOUNTAINS -- In a 2000 U.S. Census Bureau survey, the state of Maine ranked first in the nation in the percentage of vacation homes, while Fra More...

Rangeley Park Commission discusses lot purchase

RANGELEY -- The Rangeley Park Commission met on Thursday, Aug. 15 to discuss the possible purchase of a small lot on Main Street by the town, and also More...

Strong selectmen discuss library

STRONG -- On Aug. 13, the Strong Board of Selectmen met to discuss the operation of the library in the Forster Building and the town's ambulance servi More...

'Two of Hearts' settles in New Portland

NEW PORTLAND -- Deborah Clague, soprano, and her husband Geoffrey Shovelton, tenor, both long-time opera performers have moved to New Portland from En More...

Mystery rash still unsolved

PHILLIPS -- The cause of the mysterious, itchy rashes that more than 50 schoolchildren at the Middle School reported last spring remains a mystery. Th More...