Stories about Norway


Paris selectmen call for local TV meeting with Norway

PARIS — Selectmen want to meet with their counterparts from Norway to address concerns with the operation of the Norway-Paris Community TV board of directors.  Board members also voted to formally discipline NPC-TV board member Rick Kimball, who was involved with another bo...


Donald H. Cash

AUBURN — Donald H. Cash, 57, of Norway, passed away at the Hospice House on Thursday, Jan. 23. Don was born in Lewiston on April 19, 1956, to Celia Crooker Cash and John Cash. Don graduated from Oxford Hills High School in 1975, where he was a leader in gymnastics, earning state awar...


Norway police cruiser totaled in Lake Road crash

NORWAY — A Norway police officer was transported to a hospital early Monday morning following a vehicle crash that wrecked the department cruiser he was driving.  According to Norway police Detective Gary Hill, officer James Ventresca was in pursuit of a speeding vehicle wh...



Dance with Jones Dance Band PARIS — A dance with music by the Jones Dance Band will be held from 7 to 10 p.m. Saturdays, Feb. 1, 8, 15 and 22, at the American Legion Hall, 12 Church St. Cost is $5. Hartford Church clothing center hours


New AMVETS group looking for a home

The next meeting will be Feb. 6 NORWAY — AMVETS Post No. 777 held their monthly meeting on Jan. 9 at the Maine Veterans' Home in South Paris. The Post welcomed two new members, Vicky Phillips and Lou Bernier. Commander Ron Snow established a committee to look ...


Alan Day Community Garden: Season to kick off with meeting, bulk seed order

NORWAY — The Alan Day Community Garden is kicking off its sixth year with an open community meeting and a bulk seed order. Both will take place from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 2, Groundhog Day, at the Fare Share Commons on Main Street. Healthy refreshments will be served. For most gard...


Progress Center auction drawing good response

NORWAY — Bids are already pouring in for the Progress Center's online auction Jan. 22 to Feb. 5 to benefit its community kitchen. “It's a good way to get the word out and get participation from a lot of different people,” Priscilla Burnette of the Progress Center said.


Schauffler receives BikeMaine award


Behavioral health workers gather to learn about gambling addiction

NORWAY — Treatment and support options for Mainers struggling with a gambling problem have expanded in recent years, and new state rules may help more people break away from an addiction to gambling. A handful of representatives from local social work, behavioral health and faith org...


'Beat the Blahs': Online auction to aid Oxford Hills Community Kitchen

NORWAY — The Progress Center is asking for your help and support for the “Beat the Blahs” online auction benefiting the Oxford Hills Community Kitchen as it continues to serve free meals to those in need. Bidding takes place at Auction i...