Friday, May 24, 2013
Wesley Grose, 28, of Fairfield, has been charged with class D endangering the welfare of a child after his two-year-old son wandered out of his home and into the road Friday morning.
The public will have the chance to weigh-in on whether or not the Franklin County Jail should be returned to a full-service facility at a hearing June 12.
NorthStar ambulance employees Jeremy O'Neil, Steve Grant and Harold Schaetzle were recently honored by Rangeley Fire and Rescue for rescuing an injured man 30 miles from their base and transporting him 64 miles to the nearest hospital.
On Saturday, 456 graduates of the University of Maine at Farmington were urged to let go of imaginary lines that needlessly divide people and keep them from joining together to support each other.
Farmington selectmen plan to meet again in June with the owners of Front Street Tavern, having received repeated reports that the bar is creating a public safety hazard by allegedly overserving alcohol to its patrons.
Demolition of St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church continued this week with much of the roof removed but the steeple still atop the 137-year-old building.
The bodies of Kenneth Henderson 40, of China, and John Spencer, 41, of Litchfield, were found around 11:30 am Wednesday in approximately 60 feet of water on Rangeley Lake, according to the Maine Warden Service.
A Readfield mother and daughter have a non-traditional way of celebrating Mother's Day: on a 1976 Honda Goldwing motorcycle.
Searchers returned empty-handed Thursday after resuming their search for three snowmobilers missing in Rangeley Lake since winter, even as curious onlookers checked with them to see if any of the bodies had been found.
As of Tuesday, Doug Oliver had volunteered for 50 years with the Farmington Fire Department, making him its longest-serving firefighter.