Stories about Wilton


Franklin County arrest log

* Jason Whitney, 28, Wilton, failure to appear, two counts, July 2, $300 bail, court appearance Aug. 23, Wilton Police Department. * David Black, 57, New Sharon, driving under the influence, July 2, $300 bail, court appearance Aug. 23, Maine State Police. * Ryan Brann, 34, Farmingto...


Walter R. Wills

FARMINGTON — Walter R. Wills, 81, a former resident of Wilton, died early Thursday, July 5, at Pinewood Terrace following a lingering illness. He was born June 18, 1931, in Lewiston, the son of Fred and Bertha (Webster) Wills. Walter was a graduate of Leavitt Institute in Turner. He served ...


Joanne S. Heimerl

WILTON — Joanne S. Heimerl, 50, a resident of Wilton, passed away unexpectedly Monday, July 2, at her home. She was born Feb. 7, 1962, in Frankfort, Germany, the daughter of Charles and Edith (Kursawe) Jordan. Joanne was a 1980 graduate of Edward Little High School in Auburn and late...


Bowling results

WILTON — Bowling results for Tuesday Summer Mixed League on June 12 at Meadow Lanes Bowling were: Men's high game scratch, Wayne Doyon 185, Stephen Adams 182, Kyle Walton 175; high series scratch, Wayne Doyon 512, Stephen Adams 504, Kyle Walton 500; high game handicap, DJ Nile Jr. 23...


Well done

CLINTON, N.Y. – Emily M. Grund, daughter of Susan Pease of Auburn and David Grund of Auburn, has been named to the dean’s list at Hamilton College for the 2012 spring semester. Grund, a rising sophomore, is a graduate of Edward Little High Scho...


Wilton seeks funding for sidewalk fixes

WILTON — The town is working on two grant applications for sidewalk improvements, one to create a safer walk to school for children on Depot Street and another to create a sidewalk downtown in front of the library. After submitting an intent to apply for the federally funded Safe Rou...


Homemaker's Council held statewide annual meeting

WATERVILLE — The Maine Extension homemaker’s Council annual spring meeting was held April 28 with MEHC President Barbara Hathaway of Wilton presiding. The Pledge of Allegiance was lead by John Rebar, the University of Maine Cooperative Extension executive director who also spoke about...


Days of Caring looking for volunteers in Farmington, Livermore Falls areas

FARMINGTON — The United Way of the Tri-Valley Area has launched Days of Caring, a way for volunteers to get involved in the community. Based on the success of a single Day of Caring hosted by the United Way last year, multiple opportunities to volunteer are planned throughout the sum...


Grant awarded for water power study at Bass-Wilson Properties

WILTON — A study on water power undertaken at the Bass-Wilson Properties in downtown Wilton continues with partial help from a federal Rural Energy for America Program grant. Congressman Mike Michaud announced Monday that seven businesses in Maine’s 2nd Congressional District h...


Walking in the rain

Andreea Frederiksen of Wilton pushes her son, Jaspar, 3, in the rain Tuesday at Kineowatha Park in Wilton. Frederiksen said her son loves to go for a walk rain or shine.