Stories about Hebron

Snowshoe races to benefit charities

HEBRON — Snowshoe enthusiasts of all ages are invited to participate in the new Maine Snowshoe Race Series, to benefit local charitable organizations. As tribute to the longtime influence of the Western Maine foothills area on the history of snowshoeing, the first of the three 5K rac...

PHOTO: Logging truck, SUV collide in Hebron

A Dodge Durango, driven by Jayson Nelson, 35, of Hebron, and a logging truck driven by Alan Wilson, 51, of Hebron, collided on Station Road in Hebron at around 9:15 p.m. Tuesday. Wilson was backing the truck out of a driveway, Oxford County Cpl. Brian Landis said. Nelson was taken to Central M...

Hebron Academy offers free chamber music performance

HEBRON — An evening of world-class chamber music featuring three international premier instrumentalists will be presented free of charge to the public at Hebron Academy. It is thanks to the generosity of a former student who wants to introduce young people to classical music. The Feb...

Oxford Hills business and community leaders honored

HEBRON — At the Oxford Hills Chamber of Commerce annual dinner and awards ceremony Saturday, the owner of Oxford Plains Speedway and chairman of the Maine Red Claws reminded Oxford Hills business leaders to remember the good things about doing business in Maine. “It's a small s...

Simonne G. Kyllonen

KEY LARGO, Fla. — Simonne G. Kyllonen, 92, of Hebron, died peacefully on Jan. 26, while wintering in Key Largo, Fla. She was born May 1, 1919, the daughter of Francois and Eva Guertin of Auburn. She was educated in local schools. She married Wieno Kyllonen in 1947 and proceeded to ...

Historical society supper

The Hebron Historical Society will hold a chicken and turkey pie supper from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 29, at the Hebron Fire House, 4 Burnham Road. Cost will be $8, $4 under 12, complete with beverage and dessert. Proceeds will benefit the building fund.

Theriault joins Bearfoot Realty

OXFORD — Bearfoot Realty, 698 Main St., welcomes Pamela Theriault to its team. Born and raised in the Gray-New Gloucester area, Theriault moved to Buckfield when she was 12 and graduated from Buckfield High School in 2001. She also graduated with an AAS degree in business from Centra...

Hebron Academy celebrating 90 years of ice hockey

HEBRON — Hebron Academy will celebrate 90 years of ice hockey in a special ceremony Saturday when melted ice from the TD Garden in Boston will be poured over Hebron hockey pucks in the academy's Robinson Arena. The event will symbolize the blending of the near century-old Boston Brui...

Forest E. Perkins

SOUTH PARIS — Forest E. Perkins, 74, beloved organist and teacher, died peacefully Jan. 6, at Market Square Health Care Center after a long illness. He was born in South Paris, in 1937, the son of Lawrence and Georgia Perkins. Forest moved to Hebron at an early age, where his first e...

Students nominated to military academies

WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Senators Olympia J. Snowe and Susan Collins have announced their nominees to the United States Military Academies. To be considered for an appointment to a service academy, applicants must be nominated by an authorized nominating source, which includes members...