Stories about Dixfield

9:10pm

Under the weather

The day after a snowstorm swept across the town of Dixfield, nearly everything was buried underneath more than a foot of snow, including the wooden moose on Main Street's Village Green. Dixfield's 20 inches of snow was the biggest amount left by Wednesday's storm, according to the National Weathe...

10:50pm

Dixfield selectmen dedicate town report to Anthony 'Tony' Martin

DIXFIELD — The Board of Selectmen voted Monday to dedicate the 2014 Town Report to Anthony “Tony” Martin, who served the town in many capacities. Martin died July 23, 2013, at the age of 89, Town Manager Linda Pagels-Wentworth said. “Tony was born at his home...

9:25pm

Pothole season underway in Lewiston-Auburn, but not farther north

RUMFORD — Many westbound drivers negotiating Route 2 at the intersection with Lincoln Avenue on Tuesday couldn't avoid a cluster of potholes. But between gaps in traffic, drivers swung into the opposite lane to avoid the mess, trying to save nasty yanks on their shock absorbers and s...

12:00am

Briefly

Stephens High School Class of 1951 MEXICO — The Stephens High School Class of 1951 will hold their luncheon at 1 p.m. Wednesday, March 12, at the Covered Wagon Restaurant. All classmates are welcome. For more information, call 364-8883. S...

12:00am

Man hurt in Dixfield snowmobile crash

DIXFIELD — A local man was flown to a Lewiston hospital Thursday night after a snowmobile crash on a trail near Coburn Avenue. Investigators said the 47-year-old Rumford-area man suffered hip and other injuries when he lost control of his machine shortly before 8 p.m. On Friday morni...

12:00am

Ludden Library lists new materials

DIXFIELD — New arrivals for February have been announced at Ludden Memorial Library. Adult fiction "The All-Girl Filling Station’s Last Reunion," Flagg; "The Luminaries," Catton; "This Dark Road to Mercy," Cash; "The Counterfeit Agent," Berenson; "Desper...

11:10pm

Dixfield seeking $500,000 for water, sewer work

DIXFIELD — A $1.8 million upgrade of water, sewer and drainage systems on six streets will have four funding sources, selectmen told residents at Monday night's public hearing. The project was approved by voters last July. The town is applying for $500,000 from the Community D...

11:30pm

Dixfield chairman, retired teacher to run for House of Representatives seat

DIXFIELD — After a teaching career spanning nearly four decades and a four-year stint as selectman, Malcolm “Mackie” Gill officially has announced he is running for the Maine House of Representatives. Gill said that he is hoping to fill the seat held by Sheryl Briggs, who...

8:14pm

No cause yet on Friday fire at Dixfield house, business

A crew busily boards up openings at the 41 Weld St. home of Daniel and Charlotte Louvat in Dixfield on Saturday. The home was mostly destroyed by fire Friday a...