Opening a veterinary clinic for small animals in Dresden is an exciting enterprise for Dr. Susan “Sue” Bailey, who dreamed of becoming a veterinarian from the time she was 4 years old.
The early fundraising efforts of the Clary Lake Association have amazed members and encouraged them on to their goal of $80,000 to purchase the dam and restore the lake’s historical water level.
Some 97 Whitefield voters met at Whitefield Elementary School for the annual town meeting Saturday, March 17 and passed articles to fund the town’s $1.24 million budget for the 2018-2019 fiscal year with minimal discussion on most.
A Maine Superior Court justice’s decision to uphold a Maine Department of Environmental Protection water-level order regarding Clary Lake Dam represents a significant victory for lakefront property owners.
A Dresden husband and wife who are the caretakers of the Forest Hill Cemetery on Route 128 have been asking themselves, “Where have all the volunteers gone?”
The owners of Dresden Take Out hope their new lunch counter with 14 bright red stools for customers to enjoy breakfast and lunch will make the store in the village a place to meet people and enjoy home-cooked food.
The Alna Board of Selectmen will not accept public comments on any item not on its agenda until after the annual town meeting March 23 and 24.
Whitefield Elementary School interim Principal Tom Soule will put kids first in his time at the school, he said in a recent interview.
The Sheepscot Valley Regional School Unit Board of Directors agreed to form a standing subcommittee on bullying during its meeting at Chelsea Elementary School on Thursday, Feb. 8.
Keith Marple, a Whitefield representative to the Sheepscot Valley Regional School Unit Board of Directors who is advocating for the town to withdraw from the RSU, presented alternatives to the RSU and recruited volunteers during a meeting at the Whitefield fire station Friday, Feb. 9.
A Dresden resident’s proposal to restore the 1904 Dresden Town Hall as a community center and seasonal restaurant has met with interest from the town.
Often when someone leaves a position held for many years, people have taken for granted what that person has accomplished. Only after they leave do people realize what they have lost, as is the case with Dresden and Trudy Foss.
Maine Superior Court Justice William R. Stokes lowered bail for Shawna L. Gatto, the Wiscasset woman accused of the murder of her fiance’s 4-year-old granddaughter, from $250,000 cash to $150,000 cash Thursday, Jan. 25.
Hunters in Whitefield would need a landowner’s permission, and proof of such permission, to hunt on private property under an ordinance proposed by a hunter and landowner.
A Dresden resident is proposing a refurbishing of the old town hall on Middle Road as a center for the community.