Mt. Abram High School important dates for the Class of 2022

Dates to remember!

It’s time to put the kids first

I am Jessica Cain from Phillips. I have three kids ranging from a senior to a kindergartener to one that will be going into preschool next year. In the MSBA handbook it says in the board member code of ethics “that I will at all times think of the children first and base my decisions on how they will affect […]

VEC reviews TIF, history walking tour, new signs

KINGFIELD — Village Enhancement Committee chair Marie Daigle opened the April 14 meeting at 5:30 p.m. Minutes were unavailable and will be approved at the next meeting. The size of the committee had been voted to be nine in order to assure a quorum. Now at eight, the committee seeks one more member. TIF (Tax Increment Financing) The committee discussed […]

Carrabassett Valley Trail Committee discusses E-Bikes

Updated 4/29/2022

CARRABASSETT VALLEY — A virtual full house greeted Ed Gervais for his first meeting as chair of the Carrabassett Valley Trails Committee Friday, April 22. He promised a quick 24-hour turn-around summary of key actions and responsibilities. Minutes, however, will be sent out with the agenda for the next meeting. Citing the success of the organization in its young life, […]

Kingfield Select Board discusses Tufts Pond Road, town warrant articles

KINGFIELD — Chair Morgan Dunham opened the Kingfield select board meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 19. Tufts Pond Road repair to be completed this year The board agreed that the test section of the Tufts Pond Road repair held up well, and has decided to do the rest of the road in the same manner. Select board member Walt […]


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‘May Fair’ day to be revived May 7

FARMINGTON — May 7 the Farmington Historical Society will hold a “May Fair” celebration, similar to those held for many years in town. For over 50 years–from 1896 until after WWII– the Women’s Alliance of the Unitarian Church, now known as the North Church, held an annual one or two-day fundraiser on May Day. The many events included a bazaar […]

New Ventures Maine free classes for May

Classes help participants gain skills, knowledge and confidence to reach business, career and finance goals

MAINE — New Ventures Maine has announced tuition-free online workshops and classes for May that are designed to help people in Maine gain the skills, knowledge and confidence to start a business, build a career and manage money. The full class schedule with offerings for May 2022 and beyond is accessible here. Classes include: Grow Your Business Online: Self-paced; complete by May […]


Place your Classified Ad: online, email or call 207-265-2773 Classified Ads for May 4 due May 2 by 9 am Classified Ads for May 11 due May 9 by 9 am Classified Ads for May 18 due May 16 by 9 am Classified Ads for May 25 due May 23 by 9 am Classified ads cost $10.75 for up […]

FMH offers 4-day Health Careers Exploration Camp

Summer Scrub Club is open to all students who will be entering grades 8 to 12

FARMINGTON — Franklin Memorial Hospital will once again host Summer Scrub Club, a health careers exploration camp, from June 20 to 23 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The camp is designed to introduce participants to a wide variety of careers available in health care and is open to all students who will be entering grades 8 to 12. A […]