Stories about Rangeley

Pleasant Street Inn earns award

RANGELEY — The Pleasant Street Inn Bed and Breakfast has been awarded a Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor.com. The Certificate of Excellence is awarded as a testimonial to the highest standards for a bed and breakfast. The award is based on the Pleasant Street Inn Bed and Br...

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Community breakfast RANGELEY — The next Ladies/Community Breakfast with everyone invited to attend will be held from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, July 25, at Rangeley Inn on Main Street. Anyone with special dietary needs should call in advance so they can try...

QiGong lessons at Church of the Good Shepherd

Heidi Sorenson of Rangeley, pictured, is teaching the ancient art of QiGong at the Memorial Garden at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Rangeley throughout the month of July. Sorenson will teach the meditative art on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9 a.m. Anyone is invited to attend.

200 turn out for Height of the Land overlook dedication

RANGELEY —  A crowd of about 200 residents, well-wishers and outdoor enthusiasts joined local, state, and federal officials on Sunday morning to dedicate the newly-engineered and landscaped scenic overlook at Height of Land. The day was warm, sunny and humid, and the public freq...

Intrepid lawn sculpture added in Oquossoc

OQUOSSOC — Neighbors in the Bald Mountain Road area are guessing what lawn sculpture will be added next to A.G. Newmyer's summer home after a partial vehicle was buried last week on his hillside. "Loads of neighbors have suggested what to bury next — vehicles, boats, airplanes,...

Well done - Area college graduates

MANCHESTER, N.H. — Saint Anselm College celebrated its 119th commencement exercises on May 19. Local graduates include the following students. Richard J. Barrett of Auburn, an economics major. Benjamin O. Hartnett of Auburn, an international b...

Women pioneers: Historical Society holding special program on July 22

RANGELEY — Storyteller Jude Lamb will present a first person interpretation, “Women Were Pioneers, Too!,” at 2 p.m. Sunday, July 22, at the Church of the Good Shepherd, Episcopal Church, 2614 Main St. This event is sponsored and hosted by the Rangeley Lakes Region Historical Soc...

Stories, music, more at Rangeley Logging Museum Knit and Crafts Show

RANGELEY — On Saturday, July 14, knitters and craftspeople of the Rangeley region along with the Western Maine Storytellers Guild will display their talents at the 16th Knit and Crafts Show and Sale at the Rangeley Lakes Region Logging Museum from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission is free. ...

Panel to consider requests for public hearing on proposed campground, subdivision near Rangeley

RANGELEY — Staff from the state land regulation agency is recommending a public hearing be held on permits for a proposed residential subdivision and recreational vehicle campground in Dallas and Sandy River plantations. Mistymoonbeam LLC, doing business as Camp Do What You Wanna, ha...

Orgonon museum, observatory open for season

RANGELEY — Orgonon, The Wilhelm Reich Museum, Dodge Pond Road, opened for the season on July 1. Few places in the world combine the intellectual fascination and raw natural beauty of Orgonon, home of one of the 20th century’s most controversial figures, Austrian born physician-...