Stories about Wilton

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Well done - Students honored for achievements

BALTIMORE, Md. — Emily M. Pakulski, formerly of Mechanic Falls, has received her Bachelor of Arts from Goucher College in May of 2013 majoring in communications with a concentration in studio art, with a final GPA of 3.45. Emily is a 2009 graduate of...

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Briefly

Ditzler Library changes hours NEW SHARON — The Jim Ditzler Memorial Library has new hours starting the week of March 9 to serve the needs of the community. The library will be open from 3 to 7 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thurs...

11:57am

Wilton man accused in sexual contact case

WILTON — Police charged a local man Saturday with having sexual contact with two girls under age 16. Police received a referral from the Maine Department of Health and Human Services in late January and launched an investigation, police Chief Heidi Wilcox said. Sgt. Chad Abbot... 1

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Bowling results

WILTON — Tuesday Winter Nights League bowling results for Feb. 18 at Meadow Lanes Bowling were: Men's high game scratch, Kyle Walton 226, Mike Marquis 215, Rob Storer 206; high series scratch, Kyle Walton 634, Mike Marquis 590, Skip Johnson 530; high game handicap, Rob Storer 245, Mi...

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Wilton prepares for elections, annual meeting

WILTON — Nomination papers for two seats on the Board of Selectmen and for a School Board director will be available March 17 at the Town Office, Town Manager Rhonda Irish said this week. Terms for Selectmen Paul Berkey and Terry Brann and school board member Keith Swett are expiring...

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Barclay employees donate food to Safe Voices Food Pantry

FARMINGTON — Employees of Barclays in Wilton recently donated money and food for the Safe Voices Food Pantry in Farmington to help victims of domestic violence. Representatives brought boxes of food and $30 in cash to the Safe Voices office in Farmington. Chris Bourassa said t...

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Wilton residents face decision on Forster property

WILTON — The Board of Selectmen voted 4-1 Tuesday to have residents decide whether to waive foreclosure on the former Forster Mill property 516 Depot St. The board scheduled a town meeting for 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 18, at the Town Office. Board Chairman D. Scott Taylor opposed...

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Wilton considers new animal control ordinance, sets public hearing

WILTON — On Tuesday, the Board of Selectmen set a public hearing on a new animal control ordinance to replace the dog control ordinance adopted in 1998. The hearing is set for 7 p.m. April 1 at the Town Office prior to the board's regular meeting.  Meanwhile, the draft wi...

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Mt. Blue Music Boosters holding cabaret Saturday

WILTON — Three hours of music and a full-course Italian buffet will highlight the 3rd Annual Dinner Cabaret at Calzolaio Pasta Co. on Saturday. It will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. March 8 and is sponsored by the Mt. Blue Music Boosters. Musical entertainment will be provided by Graybert...