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Jay snowmobile club withdraws funding request(0)

November 24, 2015

JAY – Citing the loss of paper mill jobs and recent increases in the tax rate, members of a local snowmobile club asked selectpersons to not place an article raising money for a new snowmobile on the town meeting warrant. In a letter read by Club President Mark Bickford on behalf of the Andy Valley […]

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Big doings on Small Business Saturday in Farmington

FARMINGTON – Special guest waiters and booksellers, along with discounts are among the highlights downtown on Small Business Saturday, Nov. 28. At the Greenwood Dining Room from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday, a general, president, chief and senator will be waiting tables for a very good cause. Attorney General Janet Mills, University of Maine at […]

Judge’s ruling latest in decade-old dispute over private road access

STRONG – The latest court proceeding in an 11-year-old dispute over access rights of a privately-held road concluded this month, with Franklin County Superior Court Justice William Stokes upholding a previous ruling and finding several members of a local family in contempt. The dispute between the Lambert and Voter families over the Dickey Road, also […]

Police: Alcohol may have been a factor in crash Sunday morning

SALEM – Police said alcohol may have been a factor in a single vehicle crash just after midnight on Sunday. According to Sheriff Scott Nichols, Cpl. Matt Brann and Deputy Bradley Scovil of the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office responded to a crash involving a 2002 Dodge Dakota pickup. Driver Lucas Newell, 19, of Salem, was […]

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