Stories about Lovell


Originality gets a 'Thumbs Up' in this collaboration

LOVELL — “Thumbs Up,” the new Celebration Barn touring drama featuring four actors, 44 characters and one imaginary gnome, will be presented Thursday, July 12, at the Brick Church for the Performing Arts.  The play follows 20-year-old as...


Marcia A. Hamlin

PORTLAND — Marcia A. Hamlin, 81, of Rumford and Lovell, passed away at Maine Medical Center, June 15, after a courageous battle with a muscle disease. Marcia was born in North Conway, N.H., Nov. 14, 1930, the middle child to life-long Lovell residents, Marcus and Esther (Allard) Stea...


Keyboardist/jazz musician will play Brick Church

LOVELL — Keyboard virtuoso Dan Moore will perform compositions by Bach, and a good serving of boogie-woogie and jazz, on Thursday, June 28, at the Brick Church for the Performing Arts.  Moore, a jazz musician, has played at the Mt. Washington Hotel in Br...


Rebecca 'Becky' Ring

NORTH CONWAY, N.H. — Rebecca "Becky" E. Ring, 90, of Main Street, Lovell, died Saturday, June 16, at Mineral Springs, North Conway, N.H. She was born May 19, 1922, in Bridgton, the daughter of Ceylon and Cora Potter Emery and was educated in local schools. She was employed for the Lo...


Lovell woman found guilty of stealing pills during tour of Bar Harbor house

ELLSWORTH, Maine — A Lovell woman accused of stealing drugs from a house in Bar Harbor that was being shown to her by a real estate agent has been found guilty in Hancock County Superior Court. Erin McCarthy, 35, was charged with stealing and possession of drugs, each a Class C felon...



Free supper at Congre. Church NORWAY — A free supper will be held from 5 to 6 p.m. Friday, June 15, at Second Congregational Church on Main Street.  On the menu this month is American chop suey, macaroni and cheese, veggies, rolls and dessert. Call the ch...


Duo will play jazz, folk and blues at Brick Church benefit

LOVELL — The Brick Church for the Performing Arts will welcome home singer-songwriter Heather Masse with Jed Wilson for an evening of jazz, folk and blues on Thursday, June 7. The concert will help raise funds to rebuild the church belfry. The duo performs in th...


SWOAM to host tour Saturday

LOVELL — The western Maine chapter of the Small Woodland Owners Association of Maine will host a tour of the Duncan Howlett woodlot at 9 a.m. Saturday, May 19. Foresters Don Feeney and Greg Seamans will lead an inspection of the 106-acre SWOAM white pine stand to view the regeneratio...


Paul A. Walker

BRIDGTON — Paul A. Walker, 81, passed away on Tuesday, May 8, at Bridgton Health Care Center. He was born in Lovell, Nov. 8, 1930, the son of Percy and Irene Walker. He lived in the Lovell area his entire life. He worked at Gerry’s Mill, C.N. Brown and the town of Lovell...


Local post offices may have to cut hours

PARIS — Scores of area post offices, including some under consideration for closure, may have their hours cut under a plan to reduce the U. S. Postal Service deficit by nearly $500 million annually. The plan will keep post offices in Paris Hill, North Waterford, Danville in Auburn, S... 2