Stories about Wilton

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Wilton board sets date for cleaning Adams Street property

WILTON — The Board of Selectmen unanimously agreed to give an Adams Street resident until May 30 to clear his yard of debris. When Duane Pollis did not respond to requests from the town to clear his yard as directed by the town's Property Maintenance Ordinance, the town took the issu...

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Forster building owner pays back taxes, avoids foreclosure

WILTON — Just hours before a special town meeting was scheduled Tuesday to discuss whether to waive foreclosure on the former Forster Mill property, the owner paid the back taxes. Adam Mack came paid the $8,469 bill Tuesday afternoon, Selectman Tom Saviello told about 40 residents ga...

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Presentation after social INDUSTRY — There will be a presentation by the Norlands from 12:30 to 2 p.m. on Thursday, March 20, in Industry Town Hall. The presentation follows the Community Kitchen social. There is no charge for this event. Fish c...

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Bowling results

WILTON — Tuesday Winter Nights Mixed League bowling results for Feb. 25 at Meadow Lane Bowling were: Men's high game scratch, Kyle Walton 248, Stephen Adams 22, Rick Smith 179; high series scratch, Kyle Walton 572, Stephen Adams 524, Rick Smith 510; high game handicap, Stephen Adams ...

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Wilton farm prepares for Maine Maple Sunday

WILTON — The maple syrup business is booming despite the slow sap flow this spring. The Maine maple syrup industry has a lot of potential, state Rep. Russell Black, R-Wilton, said Monday as he expanded the system of lines on his Wilton farm and prepare for Sunday's celebration of Mai...

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Radio-thon for Wilton Blueberry Festival exhibit planned

FARMINGTON — A new exhibit on health education planned for the 2014 Wilton Blueberry Festival requires some extra fundraising. WKTJ will host a live radio-thon from noon to 5 p.m. Friday, March 21, organizer Shannon Smith of Wilton said. She will be joined by state Sen. Tom Saviello,...

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Grange to kick off free workshops

WILTON — Wilson Grange No. 321 will begin a series of free, public workshops on a variety of agricultural and food production methods in March. Kicking off the year-long series is a presentation at 2 p.m., March 22, by local farmer, Pam Harnden, who will teach prospective gardeners h...

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West Paris food pantry WEST PARIS — The Neighborhood Niche Food Pantry will be open from 1 to 3 p.m. Tuesday, March 18, 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 t...

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Wilton meeting on Forster building set for Tuesday

WILTON — Residents will decide Tuesday how they want selectmen to proceed on the former Forster mill property. The special town meeting is at 7 p.m. March 18 at the Town Office. Wilton Recycling LLC, owned by Adam Mack, owes the town $8,400 in back taxes from 2009 to 2011, Tow...

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Court orders Wilton man to pay $9,500 for violating property ordinance

WILTON — A local man recently was ordered by Franklin County Superior Court to pay the town $9,500 and attorney fees for violating the  Building and Property Maintenance Ordinance. The town took action against Duane Pollis, an Adams Street homeowner, in early October after numer...