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Nature Club plans potluck dinner OXFORD — The Twin Town Nature Club will begin its 91st year with a potluck dinner at 6 p.m. Monday, May 5, at the Congregational Church, 252 King St. Visitors are welcome. Bring a dish to share. For more informati...

First Universalist Church of West Paris lists May worship services

WEST PARIS — Renewal is a quality of the month of May, and the worship services at the Unitarian Universalist Church of West Paris touch on this with every worship service offered. The public is invited to join for services at 9 a.m. on Sundays. Services are presented with a combinat...

West Paris hydrants a non-issue for selectmen

WEST PARIS — Selectmen are satisfied that concerns about the town's network of fire hydrants have been addressed, and do not intend to pursue the issue further. Following a brief meeting Thursday, selectmen Wade Rainey and Dennis Henderson said a

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Canton Parks, Trails clean-up CANTON — Canton Parks and Trails clean up day is Saturday, April 26. The rain date will be May 3. Participants will meet at the Canton Heritage Park at 9 a.m. Volunteers are needed to help. For more information call Thomas Adley, ...

West Paris fire chief says he intends to stay

WEST PARIS — Fire Chief Norm St. Pierre said he is confident that fire safety concerns he raised in a resignation letter he sent to selectmen last month will be addressed, and he has no intention to step down from his position. St. Pierre, in an interview Tuesday, was addressing comm...

West Paris Grange stage curtains donated to Vermont town

Volunteers from Wardsboro, Vt., Ken and Karen Davis and Lee and Joe Miller, pull tacks from the curtain rollers Tuesday at the West Paris Grange Hall as they prepared the curtains for transport to Vermont.

West Paris nursing home owes $22,000 in back taxes

WEST PARIS — Town officials are demanding that a local nursing home pay almost $22,000 in personal property taxes, interest and fees dating back to 2005. Wilday LLC, owner of Ledgeview Living Center on Route 26, owes the town $21,995.55 for equipment, machinery and other physica...

West Paris salt storage building dangerous, official says

WEST PARIS — The town probably will need to tear down a storage building on Kingsbury Street that has become dangerous, Town Manager John White advised selectmen Thursday. The small building is used to store road salt, White said. It is one of two town buildings at the western end of...

Local residents complete weeklong service trip to Guatemala

STANDISH — Local residents recently completed a week-long service trip to Guatemala as part of Saint Joseph's College of Maine's International Service Trips, in conjunction with Partners in Development of Ipswich, Mass. In Guatemala, four faculty and staff members and a 24-member stu...

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West Paris food pantry WEST PARIS — The Neighborhood Niche Food Pantry will be open from 1 to 3 p.m. Tuesdays, April 15, at West Paris Baptist Church, 15 Church St. The pantry is open the first and third Tuesday of each month. West Paris residents are invited ...