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St. Luke's lobster roll lunches FARMINGTON — St. Luke’s Episcopal Church's famous lobster roll bagged lunches are available again this year through pre-order only with free delivery from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, July 25, throughout the Farmington area. ...

Franklin County arrest log

FARMINGTON — The following were recently booked at the Franklin County Detention Center: * David Labbe, 26, of West Farmington, violating condition of release, July 18, $250 cash bail by Farmington Police Department. * Darlene Hall, 42, of Livermore Falls, warrant — fail...

Franklin County tax rate increases by 2 cents

FARMINGTON — Franklin County commissioners voted Monday to set the tax rate for 2014-15 at $1.08 per $1,000 of value, which is up 2 cents from last year. It means that property owners will pay $108 in county taxes for a home valued at $100,000. The towns of Farmington, Kingfie...

Franklin County arrest log

FARMINGTON — The following arrests were recently logged at Franklin County Detention Center: Glendon Ladd, 25, Freeman Township, possession of a firearm by a felon, July 16, no bail listed, Maine State Police. Eric Abbott, 37, Wilton, driving under the influence, July 16, $100...

2nd Annual Motor Madness comes to Farmington

FARMINGTON — Western Maine Street Rods will hold its second annual Motor Madness on July 25 and 26 at Farmington Fairgrounds. The event is from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, July 25, and from 8 a.m. until closing Saturday, July 26, member Michael Pond said. Friday events include a ...

Days of Caring in Farmington

FARMINGTON — The United Way of the Tri-Valley Area announces the 4th annual Days of Caring, a campaign to engage hundreds of people in giving their time and talents to a community project. There are four projects to select from. People can work ...

New Sharon pair indicted on heroin charges

FARMINGTON — Two New Sharon residents found unresponsive at a Farmington Falls Road residence April 8 were indicted on heroin charges Tuesday. Children at the home called a family member and police to get help. A Franklin County grand jury indicted Tabatha Schoubroek, 29, and ... 1

Well done - Student achievements

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. — Anna C. Snook of Auburn received a Bachelor of Arts degree, magna cum laude from Boston College at its 138th commencement on May 19. Snook, who majored in sociology and environmental studies, is the daughter of Cathy and Ed Snook, and a graduat...

Crane moves modular house into place in Farmington

FARMINGTON — Theresa Martin watched Thursday as a large crane swung sections of her new modular home onto the foundation on Knowlton Corner Road. "I've looked at houses for three years and never found anything I liked," she said. "I didn't want to take on anyone else's problems. This...

Farmington sinkhole gets temporary fix

FARMINGTON — The sinkhole that developed Wednesday on Front Street is fixed, at least for now.  A permanent fix, anticipated to be expensive, will have to be budgeted, Town Manager Richard Davis said Thursday. The tire on a front-end loader went through the pavement Wedne...