Stories about Hebron

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Free lunches for children BRIDGTON — Free lunch is available for children Monday through Friday from approximately noon to 1 p.m. at the Bridgton Community Center as well as these locations during fair weather: Highland Beach, Junior Harmon Field, Woods Pond and Sawy...

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Dancing at medieval 'war' site in Hebron

While most people coming to Hebron Pines Campground to take part in the Great Northeastern War XXVII were getting their campsites set up Friday morning, Janielle McCosh of Raymond, N.H., was dancing to her mother's flute at their site in the merchants' area. The battles begin in earnest Saturday ... 1

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Hebron selectmen seek solution to school bus turnarounds

HEBRON — Selectmen decided this week to seek an alternative to school buses turning around in residential driveways, because of reported damage. Selectman Jim Reid noted at Monday's board meeting that a school bus turns around on Townsend Road during the school year and, over time, h...

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Hebron schedules public hearing to discuss budget shortfall

HEBRON — An August public hearing to give residents a chance to voice their concerns about a $15,000 reduction in revenue sharing was scheduled by the Board of Selectmen this week. The hearing is set for 7 p.m. Aug. 12 at the town office. At town meeting in March, voters appro...

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Getting medieval in Maine

The Middle Ages never looked better than Hebron's Great Northeastern War

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Music festival planned for Poland moving to New Hampshire

POLAND — An upcoming music festival that already switched its location from Hebron to Poland because of ticket sales, has announced its plans to relocate again, to an even bigger venue in New Hampshire. Festival organizers announced their plans for the move on their Facebook page aro... 4

8:57am

Redneck Blank returning to Hebron for third year

HEBRON — The Redneck Blank is officially happening for the third year, after selectmen granted organizer Harold Brooks his mass-gathering permit at their meeting Monday. The selectmen approved the permit after a public hearing attended only by Board of Selectmen Chairman Dick Deans, ...

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Olympic luge champion visits students

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Pine Cone OES meets June 13 AUBURN — Pine Cone Chapter No. 26 Order of the Eastern Star will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 13, at the Masonic Hall, 1098 Turner St. The official visitation will be conducted by Rebecca St. Pierre, worthy grand matron. Refreshmen...

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Summer Reading Race at FPL FARMINGTON — The Summer Reading Race at Farmington Public Library will begin June 14, and end Aug. 3. Read books and win prizes. The program is open to children of all ages, readers and listeners. There will be prizes as incen...