Stories about Dixfield

East Dixfield Post Office may be closed or its weekly hours reduced

EAST DIXFIELD — Depending on the results of a U.S. Postal Service survey, the service may close its East Dixfield Post Office or reduce the weekly office hours. Those results will be made public by Postal Service officials at the post office at 4 p.m. Tuesday, July 22. Ev...

Dixfield residents hear details on $1.8M road, sewer, water project at public hearing

DIXFIELD — Several residents from Pine, North and High streets heard engineers with A.E. Hodsdon Engineers of Waterville on Wednesday evening speak about the $1.8 million upgrade to water, sewer and drainage systems on six streets this summer. Al Hodsdon, engineer of the upgrade, sai...

Dixfield police Chief says engine brake signs 'not enforceable'

DIXFIELD — Police chief Richard Pickett informed the Board of Selectmen on Monday evening that the June 23 vote to place two signs on Route 2 prohibiting the use of engine brakes from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. was not enforceable. Last month, selectmen began discussing whether to prohibit eng... 2

Google replies to town of Dixfield in regard to incorrect GPS coordinates

DIXFIELD — Town Manager Carlo Puiia told the Board of Selectmen on Monday evening that he received a letter from Google in response to a complaint by a Severy Hill Road resident in June who said motorists were being misled by their GPS

River Valley Chamber names Tri-County Mental Health Services as Nonprofit of Year

RUMFORD — Tri-County Mental Health Services is honored to be identified as Nonprofit of the Year by the River Valley Chamber of Commerce. Tri-County was chosen from a number of agencies identified for their commitment to the health and wellness of the people of Maine. The work being ...

Dixfield selectmen hear legal advice on 2012 warrant

DIXFIELD — The Board of Selectmen heard advice from two lawyers Monday evening regarding the November 2012 town meeting warrant that asked voters whether they wanted to enact a wind energy ordinance. Discussion on the matter began during the June 23 selectmen meeting, when Selectman ...

Dixfield Main Street Outdoor Market planned for August

DIXFIELD — The Dixfield Outdoor Market Committee has begun planning its annual sale Sunday, Aug. 17. Deb Morang, a member of the committee, said the market began around 30 years ago, under the direction of resident Norine Clarke and her late husband, Ralph. “Norine and R...

Engine brake usage, wind ordinance to be discussed in Dixfield

DIXFIELD — Discussion on use of engine brakes and legal opinions on the town's wind energy ordinance are on the agenda for selectmen at 5:30 p.m. Monday, July 14, at Ludden Memorial Library.

Tonight's agenda

Franklin Jay: Selectmen, 6 p.m., Town Office New Vineyard: Selectmen, 6 p.m., Town Office Oxford Hills Bethel: Conservation Commission, 4:30 p.m., Town Office Bethel: SAD 44 Board of Directors, 6:30 p.m., Telstar High School library Bethel: Selectmen, 7 p...

Franklin County arrest log

FARMINGTON — The following arrests were recently logged at Franklin County Detention Center: Kevin White, 23, Farmington, domestic violence assault, July 11, $250 cash bail, court appearance Aug. 8, Farmington Police Department. Cody J. Berryment, 19, Dixfield, driving under t...