Stories about Hartford


AHL: Wolfpack nip Pirates

LEWISTON — Three times, the Portland Pirates have scored first in a game this season. And three times — for varying reasons — they've suffered a second-period swoon that ultimately resulted in a loss. In the most recent example, the Hartford Wolfpack scored three g...


AHL: Pirates set to host Wolfpack on Pink in the Rink night

SACO — After a short preseason followed by a stretch of two weeks with only two games, the Portland Pirates will begin their season in earnest this weekend with a pair of games, the first of which is the team's annual Pink in the Rink contest at the Androscoggin Bank Colisee on Saturday nig...



Legion chicken pie supper PARIS — A chicken pie supper will be held from 5 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, at the American Legion Hall, 12 Church St. The meal is sponsored by the Foster-Carroll Auxiliary Unit No. 72. A dance will follow by the Jones Band f...


Colin Hall to present program on mediumship, spiritual art

HARTFORD — A program on Mediumship and Spiritual Art with Colin Hall will take place at 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 6, at Pinpoint of Light Spiritualist Center, Hartford Town Hall, 1190 Main St. From early childhood Hall had the ability to see, sense and communicate with the spirit world. Th...


Hartford man leads police on 100 mph chase

MARS HILL (AP) — A Hartford man who led police on a high speed chase that reached speeds exceeding 100 miles per hour is facing a variety of charges. Maine State Police said officers attempted to stop a vehicle shortly after midnight Friday morning for speeding, but the driver failed... 1


Hartford resident told road gate must go

HARTFORD — The Board of Selectmen told a Farrand Hill Road resident Thursday night that he must remove a gate he placed across the road.   Gaetano Guglielmo told the board over the 17 years he has lived there he's been robbed numerous times and has had trees cut...


Zadoc Library offers programs, seminars

BUCKFIELD — The Zadoc Long Free Library, serving Buckfield, Sumner and Hartford residents, is offering several opportunities to both help the library and benefit its patrons. First is its annual firewood raffle. Two individual cord prizes of split and seasoned wood, delivered, are av...


Water pollution is main concern for Hartford committee

HARTFORD — When the Road Committee discusses the upcoming project on Gurney Hill Road and other projects, their main concern is to assure that there will be no water or wetland pollution. Road Committee Chairman Harley Swanson said that he, Selectman Jack Plumley and Road C...


Hartford road work going out to bid

HARTFORD — Selectman Jack Plumley reported to the board Thursday night that the Road Committee has decided to put the Guerney Hill Road paving out to bid. He said he's concerned about proper ditching and a 10-foot-high bank that needs to be removed or resloped. Another issue i...


Household Hazardous Waste Collection is Sept. 21

BETHEL — On Saturday, Sept. 21, from 9 to 11:30 a.m., residents in the Bethel area will be able to bring their unwanted poisons, pesticides and oil-based paints to the Household Hazardous Waste Collection at the SAD 44 Bus Barn. Residents with household chemicals that have been sitti...