Stories about Wilton

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Bee Line Cable subscribers may lose MTV network channels

FARMINGTON — Some cable television channels may go black if local provider Bee Line Cable does not reach an agreement with Viacom, owner of MTV Networks, by midnight Monday. The chances of 12 channels in the Bee Line Cable basic package, including MTV, Nickelodeon and Comedy Central,...

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Well done - Students honored

MEDFORD, Mass. — Ben Armstrong, a graduate of Edward Little High School, was placed on the dean's list for the fall 2013 term at Tufts University School of Engineering. He is a junior studying mechanical engineering and will be working for Sensata Technologies, a sen...

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Bowling results

WILTON — Tuesday Winter Nights Mixed League bowling results for March 4 at Meadow Lanes Bowling were: Men's high game scratch, Rick Smith 225, Stephen Adams 200, Albert Farmer 189; high series scratch, Stephen Adams 557, Rick Smith 533, Wayne Doyon 530; high game handicap, Rick Smith...

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Open-water anglers won't be wetting lines by April 1

WILTON — Finding open water on ponds and lakes for fishing April 1 — the traditional day to start open-water fishing — may be impossible without a flamethrower. Those waters are still buried under several feet of ice and snow. Just after 12:45 p.m. Tuesday, one lon...

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Franklin County arrest log

FARMINGTON — The following arrests were recently filed at Franklin County Detention Center: * Jonathan A. Loveitt, 34, Steep Falls, driving under the influence, March 21, no bail listed as of March 24, by Franklin County Sheriff's Department. * Shane C. Dunn, 23, Farmington, d...

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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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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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Briefly

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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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...