Stories about Roxbury


Roxbury ATV riders's toy run enables up-close view of new wind farm

ANDOVER — More than 100 people of all ages participated in the Roxbury ATV Riders Club's seventh annual Christmas in July ATV Toy Run on Saturday from and to Grimaldi Field. They filled club President Michael Worthley's pickup truck ...



Library's book, movie sale now on DIXFIELD — Ludden Memorial Library is having a book and movie sale now through the month of July. The library is open Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. Girl Scouts holding bbq supper ...


ATV trail signs stolen in Mexico, Roxbury

MEXICO — At least a dozen directional trail signs have been stolen or destroyed on ATV trails in Mexico and Roxbury. Mexico police Lt. Roy Hodsdon said the discoveries were made when po...


RSU 10 budget public hearings scheduled for this week

 DIXFIELD — Residents of the three region, 12-town RSU 10 school district will have three chances this week to hear about and comment on the proposed $35,145,068 2012-13 budget.


Annual banquet makes case for ATV clubs

BREWER — On April 21, six members of the Roxbury ATV Riders Club attended the ATV Maine Annual Banquet in Brewer. Facts were presented at the meeting that area towns and chambers of commerce should welcome the ATV business into their towns. Among these facts: In 2002 re...


PHOTO: Police track two suspected copper thieves into Roxbury woods

A Maine State Police trooper is followed by Oxford County Deputy Sheriff Michael Halacy, center, and Mexico police Lt. Roy Hodsdon, left, toward a field off Horseshoe Valley Road where two suspected copper thieves were interrupted and fled into the woods. The state police manhunt included a track...


400 Roxbury residents get first payment from wind farm

Roxbury wind farm company Record Hill Wind began sending out its first quarterly payments this month of checks for $111.57 each to 400 year-round and seasonal residents to cover 500 kilowatt hours at the Central Maine Power standard rate for the power generation portion. Four of the 22 turbines s... 6


Roxbury ATV Riders Club to offer free ATV Safety Training Program April 14

ROXBURY — Members of the Roxbury ATV Riders Club will host a free


Congress scrutinizes funding for King's wind power project

PORTLAND — A congressional inquiry is raising questions about a $102 million federal loan guarantee for a wind power project in which U.S. Senate candidate Angus King had a stake, yet King's former company contends it followed federal guidelines and did nothing wrong. The report by... 11


Vehicle thefts continue in Mexico area

MEXICO — Two more thefts from unlocked vehicles were reported this week, along with two home burglaries. Police Lt. Roy Hodson believes the vehicle thefts reported over the past several weeks are related. The department has several leads but has not made arrests. * A Whitman ... 1