Stories about Bridgton

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New arts center opens in Bridgton

BRIDGTON — The arts scene in Bridgton is expanding. The Greater Bridgton Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce supplied their giant scissors to allow members of the Arts Center Committee to cut the ribbon to officially welcome the new Arts Center at 187 Main St. A large crowd of supporter...

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Androscoggin Home Care & Hospice announces new volunteers, upcoming trainings

LEWISTON — Volunteer support has been an integral part of Androscoggin Home Care & Hospice's services for 40 years. The program is now widely recognized as one of the most extensive, nonprofit, home health care volunteer programs in Maine. Nine people completed the General Volunt...

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Weekend is final chance to preregister for Loon Echo Trek

BRIDGTON — The cool late summer weather is a perfect time to hit the road and trails to support local land conservation. The quiet and scenic trails and roads of western Maine are what the Loon Echo Trek offers participants who hike or ride for this good cause. Discounted preregistration en...

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Bridgton man dies after West Paris crash

WEST PARIS — A Bridgton man died Wednesday morning as a result of injuries he suffered when his pickup collided with a tractor-trailer on Route 26, a Maine State Police trooper has confirmed. Jean P. Bolduc, 83, was traveling south when his 1991 Ford Ranger veered over the center lin...

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Bridgton man killed in Route 26 crash

WEST PARIS — A Bridgton man died Wednesday morning as a result of injuries he suffered when his pickup and a tractor-trailer collided on Route 26, a Maine State Police trooper confirmed. Jean P. Bolduc, 83, was traveling south when his 1991 Ford Ranger veered over the centerline for ...

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Libraries to join for 'Let's Talk About It' book discussions

WATERFORD —  The Waterford Library, the Harrison Village Library and the North Bridgton Library have been selected by the Maine Humanities Council to offer “Let’s Talk About It,” a free reading and discussion group, with copies of books available through the libraries...

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Oxford Hills Duplicate Bridge OXFORD — Oxford Hills Duplicate Bridge club met Aug. 16. A 9 & 1/2 table Mitchell movement was enjoyed. Finishing first in flight A N/S were Mike True, Auburn, and Mike St. John, Westbrook; second, Eilene Potvin, Cundy's Harb...

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Minola Boutilier

BRIDGTON —Minola (Muff) Boutilier passed away at home in Bridgton, after a short illness. Minola was 52 years old. She was born July 22, 1961 in Norway, the daughter of Gordon and G. Mary Millett. She attended Oxford Hills High School and graduated in 1979. She married Richard M. Bou...

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Reunion for Keen descendants SUMNER — Meet and greet the descendants of John and Martha Keen. All Keenes are invited to the 88th annual reunion at A Wrinkle in Thyme Farm from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 11. Potluck lunch is at noon. The group will mo...