Stories about Industry

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Love, respect and work part of New Sharon couple's 70 years together

NEW SHARON —  Elliott and Marilyn Powers have some advice for married couples this Valentine's Day. “Take each day as it comes. If you disagree and there will be some disagreements, stop and think it over,” Marilyn, 86, said as she and her husband of 70 years sat tog...

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Resource Depot names officers FARMINGTON — Everyone's Resource Depot held its annual meeting of directors on Feb. 2. Officers were elected for 2013 as follows: chairman, Bill Reid of New Sharon; treasurer, Maggie Griswold of Farmington, and secretary, Maria James of ...

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Genealogy group to meet Feb. 9 FARMINGTON — The Sandy River Valley Chapter, Maine Genealogical Society, will meet at 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 9, at the Farmington Public Library. Nancy Porter will talk about diaries and daybooks that were kept by some of the ver...

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Felon caught with multiple firearms sentenced

BANGOR — U.S. Attorney Thomas E. Delahanty II sentenced an Industry man to 33 months in prison and three years of supervised release for being a felon in possession of a firearm. According to a Department of Justice press release, Paul J. Brackett, 40, of Industry pleaded guilty Sept...

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Sons of Italy meet at lodge RUMFORD — The Gorizia Lodge 467 of the Sons of Italy will hold their monthly meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 22, beginning at 6 p.m. at the hall in Smithcrossing. All members are strongly encouraged to attend. Meetings have moved back to the lodg...

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Jay teens, robot tackle disk-tossing task

JAY — Almost two hours into their design meeting Thursday night, Dan Lemieux's Spruce Mountain High School robotics team launched its first Frisbee. True, it didn't go very far and the launcher wasn't much to look at. It was an early prototype made of pine doorstops, a piece o...

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HUD survey seeks count of homeless

LEWISTON — If you or someone you know is homeless, Tri-County Mental Health Services needs your help. Government funds are sent to states and agencies based on the number of homeless that live in each community. Help get the resources you need simply by standing up being counted.

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Maine winter: Staying warm, being neighborly

Every other Thursday in Industry, there is a celebration of community hosted by the Industry Community Kitchen. Kitchen volunteers organize these gatherings, includin... 1

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Industry Community Kitchen offers free meal and social events

INDUSTRY — The long, cold days of winter are a little brighter here lately as people gather for a community social every other Thursday at the Town Hall. The event includes a free meal, conversation, games and activities. There's even Wi-Fi capability offered from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. D... 1

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Community social in Industry INDUSTRY — The Industry Community Kitchen event will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursdays, Jan. 3 and 17, at Industry Town Hall. The community social will offer warming, a free lunch and assorted activities. Wifi is availabl...