Stories about Hartford

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Peter J. Jasper

HARTFORD — Peter J. Jasper, 58, of Hartford, passed away at home on Wednesday, July 17. He was born on March 13, 1955, in Lewiston to Winston B. and Joan (McKeen) Jasper. Peter served in the U.S. Navy from 1973 to 1977 and was a longtime member of the John D. Long American Leg...

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Maine students earn honors at National History Day Contest

BOWDOIN —  After months of intensive research and success at the state-level competition, Aaron Dustin and Adam Dustin, home-schooled brothers from Bowdoin, presented their project at the annual Kenneth E. Behring National History Day contest, held at the University of Maryland College...

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Authorities addressing Hartford town beach violators

HARTFORD — Town Constable Chuck Merritt told selectmen Thursday night that he is working with the Oxford County Sheriff's Office to address illegally parked vehicles at the town beach on Anasagunticook Lake. The beach is for residents only, but nonresidents have been using it this su...

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Oxford County briefs

Indoor rummage sale July 17-19 WEST PARIS — An indoor rummage sale will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, July 17-19, at Ledgeview Living Center. Proceeds will benefit the resident council. 'Famous' chicken pie supper Ju...

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Church briefs

Calvary's journey of exploration LEWISTON — Calvary United Methodist will hold its second week of their journey of exploration at the 10:30 a.m. service Sunday, July 14, at 59 Sabattus St. July's upcoming services will incorporate the church's journey with Pa...

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Church briefs

'Not Just a Key' at Calvary LEWISTON — Bishop Cliff Ives will lead the 10:30 a.m. service Sunday, July 7, at Calvary United Methodist Church, 59 Sabattus St. The topic will be "Not Just a Key." This will be the first week of examining the congreation's "travel...

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Hartford cracks down on illegal beach parking

HARTFORD — The Board of Selectmen on Monday night agreed to have Constable Chuck Merritt issue citations for illegal parking at the town beach. People are using a a cul-de-sac for parking, which is illegal because it blocks the dry hydrant. Only people with Hartford stickers should b...

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Hartford selectmen cautioned RSU 10 withdrawl would be costly

HARTFORD — At their first assembly after the annual town meeting, selectmen and residents considered the consequences of withdrawing from Regional School Unit 10 on Thursday. The board reviewed a report from RSU 10 representative Shawn White. He said that going back to the old distri...

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74 graduate from CMMC CONHP

LEWISTON — The Central Maine Medical Center College of Nursing and Health Professions graduated 54 nursing and 20 radiography students recently in a ceremony at the Lewiston Middle School. Having successfully completed the college’s education programs, the graduates were awarde...

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Hartford voters re-elect selectman, town employees

HARTFORD — Voters returned three incumbents to office during Tuesday's election, but narrowly shot down the Regional School Unit 10 budget. Zoe Cowett was re-elected to a three-year term on the Board of Selectmen with 53 votes. Lianne Bedard was re-elected town clerk, tax collector a...