Saturday, May 25, 2013
Thanks to some dedicated volunteers, more than 40 Civil War veterans' graves at Riverside Cemetery in Chelsea will have American flags for Memorial Day.
West Gardiner selectmen will host a public hearing Thursday on a proposed ordinance that would allow residents to recall elected officials.
Jefferson residents accepted the school budget as proposed and rejected the idea of the town owning the Clary Lake dam at Tuesday night's Town Meeting held at Jefferson Village School.
Chelsea residents can ask questions and voice their opinions about the proposed charter and proposed ordinance amendments Wednesday night.
Jefferson rresidents on Tuesday will consider approval of the school budget that will appear on the June ballot and whether to take ownership of the contentious Clary Lake dam.
Members of Maine’s emergency medical service community will be honored Saturday morning at an event combining an annual awards ceremony, the kick-off of a memorial bicycle ride, and the groundbreaking for an EMS memorial near the State House.
Farmingdale Road Commissioner William Rogers resigned Wednesday night, accusing the selectmen of favoritism and of ignoring his complaints about work done by town contractors.
The parents of Matthew Shepard, the Wyoming college student murdered in 1998, served as keynote speakers Thursday morning at a day-long conference on hate crimes at the University of Maine at Augusta.
Gardiner has been awarded $400,000 in grants from the Environmental Protection Agency to evaluate the Cobbossee Corridor for contaminants.
The West Gardiner Board of Selectmen has dismissed Vicki Dill, the town's first female fire chief, less than three months into the job, saying she did not meet requirements of a settlement with the town.