Stories about Eustis


Eustis fish and game club starts camp for veterans, children, elderly and disabled

EUSTIS — For more than a century, the King and Bartlett Fish and Game Club has been a place of peace, enjoyment and exceptional outdoor opportunities and experiences in Maine’s great Northwoods. Now, a new chapter has begun, Kevin S...


Henderson family reunion is June 29


Well done- Student achievements

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Meghan Murphy of Winthrop qualified for the spring 2013 dean's list at Belmont University. Eligibility is based on a minimum course load of 12 hours and a quality grade point average of 3.5 with no grade below a C. Meghan is enrolled in the music b...


Break-in nets camping gear, alcohol, knife

RANGELEY PLANTATION — A Franklin County deputy is investigating a break-in at a camp on Shelton Trail in which items that included camping gear, alcohol and a knife were stolen. Entry was forced, Sheriff Scott Nichols Sr. said Tuesday. Deputy Nicholas Zecher reported a backpac...


Eustis votes overwhelmingly to leave SAD 58

EUSTIS — Residents voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to withdraw from SAD 58, according to Selectman Jay Wyman. The vote was 213-6, he said. "It was a long, drawn-out process," Wyman said, adding there was some hesitation in the beginning but the effort gained steady momentum. ...


Richard W. Small

  EUSTIS — Richard W. Small Jr., 55, of Eustis, passed away on Wednesday, April 10, at his home...


Eustis panel to explain how withdrawal from SAD 58 would work

EUSTIS — SAD 58 residents will have the opportunity this week to learn more about the proposed Eustis withdrawal agreement from the school district. The public hearing starts at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at at the Stratton Elementary School. The Eustis withdrawal committee will explain how ...


Fires destroy Eustis camp, New Portland house and garage

EUSTIS — Fires on Saturday destroyed a camp in Eustis and a home and garage in New Portland, keeping firefighters busy for hours. There were no injuries in either blaze. Eustis fire Assistant Chief Joseph Plouffe said they were called to a fully-involved camp fire at 1 p.m. at...


Eustis voters OK warrant in 49 minutes

EUSTIS — Twenty-eight residents attending Saturday's annual town meeting approved a 28-article warrant as written, Selectman Jane Wilkinson said early Saturday evening. There wasn't even any discussion. "It took 49 minutes and everything passed," Wilkinson said. "We were tryin...