April 16, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

School Board discusses comprehensive assessment plan

STRONG -- At an SAD 58 School Board meeting on Tuesday, April 8, a presentation was given by members of the Local Comprehensive Assessment Committee ( More...

Police charge sex offender with not registering

State law requires that all sexually violent predators check in every 90 days or when they move.

PHILLIPS -- A violent sexual predator, who in September 1998 raped a woman at a camp in Madrid, was arrested April 5 and charged with not registering More...

Math teams' efforts add up

SALEM -- On Tuesday, April 8, the Mt. Abram High School Math Team reached a milestone accomplishment by taking fourth place out of 22 schools in the C More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Eugene Clayton Brackley

1912-2003 -- He worked for the Boston Globe from 1943 to 1974

FREEMAN -- Eugene Clayton Brackley, 90, died April 9, 2003, at home in Williamsburg, Mass. Born Oct. 3, 1912, in Milton, Mass., he was the son of R More...

Leola Daker Defoe

KINGFIELD -- Leola Defoe of 73 Tom Cross Rd., Kingfield, died early Friday morning, April 11, 2003, at Franklin Memorial Hospital after many years of More...

Marion R. Mitchell

1918-2003 -- She was a great caretaker of wildlife in the area

RANGELEY -- Marion R. Mitchell, 85, of Rangeley, died Thursday, April 3, at her home. She was born March 23, 1918, in East Burke, Vt., a daughter o More...

Sugarloaf holds 15th annual Reggae bash under sunny skies

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- From Thursday, April 10 to Sunday, April 13, Sugarloaf/USA hosted what has become an annual rite of spring. The 15th annual More...

FMH looks for answers to area’s amublance service crisis

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A very busy day in the Sugarloaf Area...

With five accidents in the greater Sugarloaf area within six hours, the resources of the Franklin County Emergency Services were put to a severe test. More...

Junk car storage scrutinized

KINGFIELD -- At a meeting of the Kingfield Board of Selectmen on Monday, April 7, the issue of residents storing junk cars in their yards without perm More...

ZONE receives surprise donation

PHILLIPS -- Opening an envelope with a $250 surprise certainly does great things for the spirit at the ZONE, exclaimed Gillian Trapp, Co-chair of the More...

Local girl raises over $1,000 for heart health

STRATTON -- For the second consecutive year, Stratton second grader Ayla Haines has raised over $1,000 in the American Heart Association's "Jump Rope More...