Stories about Rangeley

Voters to consider authorizing board to pay $145,000 to settle lawsuit

RANGELEY – Voters will be asked Wednesday at a special town meeting if they will authorize the Board of Selectmen to appropriate and expend $145,000 from the town's unreserved fund. The purpose is to pay a lawsuit settlement, Town Manager Tim Kane said Monday. The special town...

Collins' staff to hold hours in Rangeley

RANGELEY — Staff from U.S. Sen. Susan Collins'office in Lewiston will be available to meet with people between 1:30 and 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 27, at the Rangeley Town Office. A staff member will be available to provide assistance with federal issues and agencies, such as the Social...

Rangeley officials informed of CMP power line project

RANGELEY — The Board of Selectmen heard a report Tuesday from John Carroll, Central Maine Power Co.'s manager of public affairs, on the plan to rebuild the power transmission line from Oxford to Rangeley. “The line that comes up here is old and not reliable,” Carroll said...

Santa to visit kids at Reich Museum

Santa, Mrs. Claus and the elves will be visiting the children again this year at “Breakfast With Santa” on Saturday, Dec. 1, at the Conference Center at the Wilhelm Reich Museum on Dodge Pond Road in Rangeley from 8 to 11 a.m. We never know what Santa’s elves will bring from the...

Giving Tree lighting is Nov. 24

RANGELEY — The Annual Lighting of the Giving Tree will be on Saturday, Nov. 24, at 6 p.m. at the Christmas tree next to the Chamber of Commerce Building near the entrance to Town Park. There will be live music, Christmas Carols and surprise guests. Bring a small flashlight, so that you can ...

Mad Science at Rangeley library

Approximately 70 children attended a Mad Science presentation by Lightning Lucy at the Rangeley Public Library. The children watched demonstrations of the power of static electricity and chemical reactions. Above, Sophie Chu-O'Neil assists Lightning Lucy in creating static electricity.

Santa to visit at Thanksgiving dinner Sunday in Rangeley

RANGELEY — St. Nicholas will arrive here Sunday for the annual Senior Thanksgiving Dinner sponsored by the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd. The free dinner will be served to seniors from noon until the food is gone. Community donations supply the traditional feast, which is des...

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Masons offer free Thanksgiving meal FARMINGTON — For the 10th year the Augusta Valley Scottish Rite Masons will be furnishing a free traditional Thanksgiving dinner to the Franklin County Area on Thursday, Nov. 22, at the Mt. Blue High School Cafeteria from 11:30 a.m...

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Meeting for Women in Construction WATERVILLE — The Maine Chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction will tour the Colby College Museum of Art at 5:30 p.m. prior to their monthly dinner meeting, Wednesday, Nov. 14. Matt Hossfeld, project engin...

Rangeley board votes to authorize settlement

RANGELEY — Selectmen voted unanimously Nov. 8 to authorize Board of Selectmen Chairman Gary Shaffer to sign a settlement agreement between the town and Everett Quimby, according to minutes of the meeting. The town's share of the agreement, $145,000, will come out of the town's legal ...