Stories about Woodstock

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Transportation to vets job fair NORWAY/PARIS — A veterans' job fair will be held Tuesday, Jan. 15, at the Lewiston Career Center. Transportation from Norway/South Paris is available, for a nominal fare, on a first-come/first-served basis, by calling Western Maine Tra...

Woodstock felon back in jail on burglary, firearm charges

WOODSTOCK — A local man accused of burglarizing a Dixmont home late last year after being released from prison is back in jail, Maine State Police Trooper Dan Hanson said Tuesday. Joseph Cox, 27, who is living in Weld, was arrested

Construction students are building for the future

RUMFORD — Quite literally, that’s what Region 9 students do in the building construction program – build for the future. They begin by building a small shed and finish their second year with a much more complex project. In the meantime, they learn lessons in safety and teamwork....

Woodstock resident showcases her watercolor paintings

BETHEL — The artwork of Woodstock resident Judy Huber was displayed at Artistic Endeavors Frame Shop and Gallery on Friday evening as part of the gallery's monthly open house showcases.

Fay B. Roberts

NORWAY — Fay B. Roberts, 88, of Woodstock, died Sunday, Dec. 30, at Stephens Memorial Hospital. She was born in Rumford, July 20, 1924, the daughter of Harry and Winola Millett Billings. She married David E. Roberts. She worked for Echo Tibbetts in Locke Mills and for Bass Shoe in Ru...

Woodstock resident's paintings to be displayed at Bethel art show

BETHEL – Artistic Endeavors Frame Shop and Gallery will host an open house for Woodstock painter Judy Huber from 5 to 7 p.m. Jan. 4.

Rollover sends driver to hospital

WOODSTOCK — A man sustained serious injuries Sunday night in a single-vehicle accident. According to Deputy Nate Bowie of the Oxford County Sheriff's Office, Jonathan Timm, 30, was traveling west on Rumford Avenue off of Route 232 when his 1999 Jeep Cherokee left the roadway around 8...

Ventilation, conservation project about to begin at Telstar

BETHEL — The SAD 44 board Monday approved a loan of $1.3 million from Norway Savings Bank for a period of 20 years for energy conservation and air quality improvements at the Telstar Middle/High School complex. Those funds, as well as $1.2 million in district reserve funds, will pay ...

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Christmas cantata set for Dec. 14, 15 WOODSTOCK — The annual Christmas cantata of the Woodstock Seventh Day Adventist Church will be held at 6:45 p.m. Friday, Dec. 14, and at 10:45 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 15, at the church, Perkins Valley Road. The cantata will be...

New study finds no noise violations from Woodstock wind turbines

After much analysis of new data on the sound generated by the Spruce Mountain Wind turbines, the final judgment may come down to one non-scientific observation. “’Loud’ isn’t a defined term,” said Todd Presson, chief operating officer for Patriot Renewables LL... 3