Stories about Greenwood

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Sunday sermon PARIS — "Like Me on Facebook???" is the title of Sharon Bouchard's sermon for Sunday, March 25, at the First Universalist Church on Pine Street. The 10 a.m. service will include music under the direction of Joyce Franklin. Sunday school is under...

B. Parker: Focusing on task at hand

The second-to-last paragraph of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch editorial printed March 10 (View from elsewhere) provided a very concise argument for term limits with the statement, “Such sessions sometimes generate admirable levels of legislative courage, given that fair numbers of elected off...

Norway man sentenced for burglary spree

PARIS — A Norway man who admitted to being the driver in a series of burglaries last year was sentenced to five years in jail with all but one year suspended Tuesday in Oxford County Superior Court. Christopher Corriveau, 24, of 16 Cottage St., pleaded guilty to 19 counts of burglary...

L. Hoy: Take it back to square one

Back to square one on health care reform? The Feb. 26 Sun Journal editorial made it sound like that is a bad thing. Square one was when the country enjoyed a superb, if expensive, health care system. Square one was before we swallowed the bogus findings of an ideologically skewed Un... 15

L.L. Bean: The stuff of legend

Above is the flagship L.L. Bean store in Freeport.

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Ice open, science program BRIDGTON — The Bridgton Community Ice Rink is now open. The indoor rink, behind the old Town Hall, 26 North High St., offers free skating, free rentals for all ages and free hot cocoa. Hours are Tuesday through Friday from 3 to 6 p.m. and Sa...

Name 'St. Jude' leads to confusion

DEAR SUN SPOTS: Last year you had a column stating fronts of old Christmas cards could be sent to St. Jude’s. I recently sent a small donation to St. Jude, and then a couple of days ago I received a Christmas ornament that looked as ...

Winter Outing program begins with Greenwood hike

BETHEL — Maggie's Nature Park in Greenwood is the site of choice for the Mahoosuc Land Trust's first Winter Outing program. The park is a network of easy and moderate trails through a variety of forest types that provide several great views of the surrounding area from open ledges, a...

New Saunders Bros. wood products now 100 percent American-made

GREENWOOD — 2012 is looking great for the new Saunders Bros. dowel mill, a successful bare-bones start-up last year despite the country's worst recession and an overly long Maine winter. Owner Louise Jonaitis of Portland and Hanover told the... 2

Marie M. Kilponen

SOUTH PARIS — Marie M. Kilponen, 81, resident of South Paris, passed away Dec. 27, at Market Square Health Care Center, where she had resided for several months. She was born Oct. 21, 1930, in Greenwood, the daughter of Chester A. Morey and Katherine (Gregg) Morey. Marie attended sch...