Stories about New Vineyard

K. Brann: Has leadership skills

Scott Nichols Sr. is running for Franklin County Sheriff to provide citizens with a more effective sheriff’s department. He has begun attending the Board of Corrections meetings to establish a working relationship with its members. In 2009, the state of Maine converted the Franklin C...

Franklin County arrest log

FARMINGTON — The following arrests were recently logged at Franklin County Detention Center: * Michael Picard, 73, Mercer, driving under the influence, Oct. 17, $3,000 unsecured bail, court appearance Nov. 29, Franklin County Sheriff's Department. * William Waas, 28, Rangeley,...

Flu shots in Franklin County

FARMINGTON — Flu shots will be available from the Healthy Community Coalition of Greater Franklin County starting Oct. 4. There is a suggested donation of $20 at Healthy Community Coalition clinics (or by donating what you can afford) to help cover the cost of the vaccines. In...

Well done

BOSTON, Mass. — Janet Beardsley of Minot and Joyce Kyllonen of Poland have graduated from the University of Massachusetts Boston this spring. WORCESTER, Mass. — The following students have been named to the dean's list for the spring 2012 ...

Invasive plant identification and control workshop planned for New Vineyard

NEW VINEYARD —  The Maine Forest Service in cooperation with the Franklin County Soil and Water Conservation District will hold an invasive plant identification and control workshop from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Friday, Sept. 21, at the Forster Ricardo Farm, 261 Miller Road. UKV chapter of S...

New Vineyard Library Association to receive grants for library addition

BANGOR — USDA Rural Development has selected the New Vineyard Library Association to receive two grants totaling $27,600. The association will use the funds to construct an addition onto the existing library, as well as install a new septic system and a new well, and address ADA acce...

Well done - Area graduates listed

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Devin P. Robbins of Monmouth recently graduated from Norwich University with a Bachelor of Arts in social sciences/criminal justice. Robbins was on the dean’s list all four years he attended Norwich, and graduated magna cum laude. He was also ...

Well done

POTSDAM, N.Y. — The following students will attend Clarkson University in Potsdam, N.Y., as members of the Class of 2016: Aimee Giffune of Turner, a graduate of Leavitt Area High School. Giffune will be majoring in chemical engineering. Caleb Verrill of Poland, a graduate of S...

Association continues to bring in money to expand library

NEW VINEYARD — Library trustees received more good news this week as they continued their pursuit to build a larger library and add running water and a new septic system. The U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development program awarded the library expansion $27,600 to help offset...

New Vineyard voters reject recall, conduct ordinances

NEW VINEYARD — Voters on Thursday evening rejected proposals for two ordinances that would provide stricter standards of behavior for municipal officers and for their recall.