News

Zoning ordinance updates still needs voters’ ok

OXFORD — Town Manager Butch Asselin says a Special Town Meeting may have to be held in the future to approve an official updated...

Norway voters approve $4.97 million budget

NORWAY — Residents voted to approve a $4.97 million municipal budget at Annual Town Meeting, June 18, at the Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School...

Features

Gingerbread open house coming soon

NORWAY — The Norway Landmarks Preservation Society will open the doors of the Gingerbread House to the public next month. The Open House will take...

Schools

Kugell won’t seek chair again

OXFORD HILLS — Veteran SAD 17 Director and Chairman Ron Kugell announced at the June 18 Board of Directors meeting that he will not...
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Sports

Nordic skiiers finish second in state

STATE — It is a small team that got big results Oxford Hills Middle School (OHMS) Boys Nordic Ski Team finished second out of nine...

Editorials

More guns not the answer

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Be thankful

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Business

Vintiques of Maine ‘always, always, always’ looking for the unique

NORWAY – Eric White of South Paris said that he has always had a fascination with antiques, vintage collectibles and reselling items, a hobby...

Oxford Hills Chamber changes name of award in honor of Suzanne...

OXFORD HILLS — After 41 years of presenting the Community Service Award to Oxford Hills residents, the Oxford Hills Chamber of Commerce is renaming the...

Paris woman to reopen Norway bookstore as ‘The Tribune’

NORWAY — When Books N Things, located at 430 Main Street, reopens on March 3 after a month of renovations and updates, it will be...

New artist takes residence at 448 Main in Norway

NORWAY — Celeste LaForme’s new gallery at 448 Main Street has had brown paper covering its windows most of the winter, and although the finishing...

Parkside owners buy Doughboys – to open next summer in Paris

PARIS — Patty LaBrecque has a self-admitted “problem” – she can't allow vacant storefronts to remain unoccupied, especially when she sees potential in the business....
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