Frank Lee Ford of Windsor and Jennessa Fitzpatrick of Newcastle were granted a divorce on Nov. 21, 2008. They were married in Camden on Feb. 22, 2006. Shared custody of one minor child.
Hillside Collision Center has taken a proactive stand in protecting the environment by going “green” with its paint finishing system.
“Most Americans have heard that drinking a glass of red wine can be healthy but are unaware of exactly why this is true,” Ginny Hodgkins said, a Shaklee Distributor for 28 years, who has many years experience in the field of human nutrition and certification in symptomatology.
The Whitefield School Committee will be active until June 30 and there is a vacancy on the board as Marianne Marple’s term expires this March.
Whitefield Bicentennial plans, progress on the town center proposal, and resident Bob Rideout’s offer to pay property taxes topped the agenda of the board of selectmen’s meeting Monday.
The town also hired a new animal control officer, Bethany Rackliff (cell phone 557-1994).
Auditors for Wiscasset’s 2008 finances said it would have been impossible to detect missing funds in past audits.
Auditors had to pour over financial statements starting from 2002 up through October when local law enforcement arrested Town Clerk Sandy Johnson and charged her with theft by deception. The town discovered the fraud by happenstance last October.
The placement of ball fields, the acquisition of additional space and possibilities for the general design layout of the proposed new K-8 school in Jefferson were some of the topics shuffled around during a meeting and public forum Jan. 12.
Some Lincoln County residents have reported poor TV reception after installing analog to digital converter boxes, but the Maine Association of Broadcasters (MAB) offers suggestions that might help in the area, which generally lies in a poor reception region.
Educators and advocates for Maine’s labor force warned members of the Legislature Tuesday that slashing funding now, when the economy is at its weakest point in years, will stand in the way of a quick recovery when things turn around.
An oversight two years ago by the Secretary of State’s office, which has developed into a $125,000 budget hole, will be partially corrected if the Legislature approves an emergency spending plan endorsed Friday by the Appropriations Committee.
Selectmen and school boards of Boothbay, Boothbay Harbor, Southport and Edgecomb voted last week to recommend a no vote Tues., Jan. 27 on school consolidation.
National Weather Service (NWS) reports from Bristol and Jefferson measured 4.5 inches of snowfall accumulation at both locations as of 9:28 a.m. on Sun., and snow continues to blanket the area at the time of this posting.
When firefighters arrived at 76 Bunker Hill Rd. in Jefferson late Monday night, fire was seen shooting out through the top the chimney. In below zero weather under a crisp, starry night, firefighters subdued the chimney fire a little after 8 p.m.
Melissa M. Simmons and Kevin P. Pozerycki of Waldoboro are pleased to announce their engagement.