April 25, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

Talking Through a Trash Problem

  KINGFIELD –- Representatives from Kingfield and New Portland Selectmen attended a transfer station meeting on Thursday, April 19.  More...

Pumping Station Under Appeal

  FARMINGTON -- A judge asked questions Friday, April 13 of lawyers representing parties appealing the Land Use Regulation Commission's approval More...

Kingfield Selectmen - Sewer System Failing, Rates Likely to Increase

  KINGFIELD -– On a make-up night after the springtime storm Monday, April 16, Kingfield Selectmen met on Thursday, April 19 for their sched More...

‘Hill Country’ Music in the Western Mountains

  SALEM -- For those who were looking for some “ole time, toe tapping country music” the place to be on Sunday was the Salem Communi More...

Phillips Family Hosts Foreign Exchange Student

  PHILLIPS -– “It’s going to be difficult; we’re very bonded and attached. That could be the only downside… that i More...

INside the OUTside - New Outdoor Club Seeking Members

  A new outdoor club is being proposed by Richard Fecteau of Farmington. A meeting is scheduled to be held on April 27 at the University of Main More...

Poland Spring Launches Web Site for Kingfield

  Web site aims to keep the community informed of progress, and provide a source for facts and information on Poland Spring in Kingf More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Phyllis E. Hewey

  1921-2007 -- She had many hobbies, including gardening, canning and various crafts   NEW PORTLAND -- Phyllis More...

Kruger brothers to visit local schools

  Visits are part of the Kingfield POPS youth enrichment and BSO’s educational outreach Strings Attached program More...

Ski Season Extended to April 29

  With close to eight feet of snow in April, Sugarloaf officials have decided to remain open for another week  More...

Little Leaguers Looking for New Locale

  KINGFIELD –- On Thursday, April 19, the Kingfield Board of Selectmen listened to the news that the Kingfield little league team will need More...

ACES Day, May 2 - Statewide Physical Activity Day Planned

  AUGUSTA -- On May 2, at 10 a.m. the Governor’s Council on Physical Activity is sponsoring ACES Day -- All Children Exercising Simultaneous More...

American Pride’s Sales Grow 13 Percent

  GUILFORD -- The recently restructured wood turnings manufacturer, American Pride, LLC has posted an increased sales volume of 13 percent in the More...

Examiner Rules 'Blunt Impact' Caused Rep. Holman's Death

  CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- The state Medical Examiner's Office has released the cause of death for Abigail Holman, 45, of Fayette, who was killed More...

The Double Diamond Restaurant - Sugarloaf Mountain

  Tucked away at the base of Sugarloaf Mountain in the Grand Summit Hotel is one of Maine’s finest restaurants, the Double Diamond Steak Hou More...

How Sweet It Is

Among the more than 100 people that jammed the Cabane a’Sucre sugar camp in Megantic, Canada last Friday for the annual sugaring off meal were ( More...

Ducharme Family to Convert Lumberjack Lodge to Condos

  CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- Sonja Ducharme started skiing at Sugarloaf/USA in 1975 at a time in her life when she couldn’t afford to buy a ski More...

Kingfield POPS Coming in June

  The fifth annual Kingfield POPS concert will take place on Saturday, June 30. The gates at the Kennedy Farm open at 5 p.m., following the daylon More...