Stories about Dixfield

Dixfield board restricts parking on Coburn Avenue

DIXFIELD – The Board of Selectmen unanimously voted Monday evening to designate the north side of Coburn Avenue as a “no parking” zone in response to safety concerns.

Tonight's agenda

Oxford Hills Woodstock: SAD 44 Personnel Committee, 6 p.m., Woodstock Elementary School. Woodstock: SAD 44 Board of Directors, 6:30 p.m., Woodstock Elementary School. River Valley Dixfield: Selectmen, 5:30 p.m., Ludden Library. Di...

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Knitting Guild to meet April 30 PARIS — The Western Maine Knitting Guild will meet at 10 a.m. Wednesday, April 30, at the First Congregational Church, East Main Street, to car pool to Doreen Simmons' home for a tour of the barn and a visit with the sheep. A po...

Grant, cemetery lawn mower on agenda for Dixfield selectmen's meeting

DIXFIELD — Discussions on the recent Community Development Block Grant denial and a new cemetery mower are on the agenda for the 5:30 p.m. Monday, April 28 selectmen's meeting at Ludden Memorial Library. Interim Town Manager Eugene Skibitsky said during Thursday evening's annual town...

Dixfield voters approve assigning $20,000 from surplus to overdrawn Executive Department budget

DIXFIELD — Voters at town meeting Thursday night agreed to appropriate $20,000 from the undesignated surplus account to supplement the executive department budget, which was overdrawn Interim Town Manager Eugene Skibitsky said the executive department "is bearing some unusual and ho...

Dixfield voters approve $342,598 Police Department budget recommendation

DIXFIELD — Residents voted 43-11 to approve a recommended $342,598 Police Department budget during Monday evening's annual town meeting, which will be voted on by secret ballot during the June 10 referendum. After last year's town meeting, a straw poll indicated the majority of resid...

Rylee L'Italien is Dirigo student of the month for March

The Dirigo High School faculty selected Rylee L'Italien for the March Student of the Month Award. From left, Mike Poulin, Dirigo High School principal; Rylee; her mother, Joyce Curtis; and her aunt, Jan St. Pierre.

River Valley group making quilts, gift bags for children sent to foster homes

DIXFIELD — Eight women and one man from the River Valley have been working for a year making quilts and fabric gift bags for children placed in foster homes. The nine are members of the Dixfield chapter of It's My Very Own — Bags of Love. On Wednesday, they were getting ...

Dixfield voters to decide on budget recommendations at annual town meeting

DIXFIELD — Residents will meet at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 24, at Dirigo High School for the annual town meeting. Spending recommendations from the Board of Selectmen and the Budget Committee will be presented. After last year's town meeting, a straw poll indicated the majority of resi... 1