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Area businesses team up to bolster programs for children

RANGELEY — A group of local business owners recently teamed up in an effort to support area children and the impacts that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on them. Sam Hight, of Hight Family of Dealerships, in collaboration with Skowhegan Savings Bank, Kyes Insurance, and Saddleback Maine raised $16,500 for four different non-profit youth programs throughout Franklin County: Rangeley Alpine Ski Club, Rangeley Health and Wellness Kids’ Program, Little Mountain School, and Titcomb Mountain. Early in 2020, the Hight Family of Dealerships supported Main Street Skowhegan’s technical assistance program and spearheaded the newly formed Somerset Economic Resource Council to provide

Barbara Spiller Lowell (1946-2021)

RANGELEY – Barbara Spiller Lowell, 74, of Allen Street, Rangeley, died unexpectedly, Sunday afternoon, Feb. 14, 2021 at her home. She was born Dec. 3, 1946, in Woonsocket, RI, a daughter of Harold Hubert “Hack” and Gertrude (Shea) Spiller and made her home in Rangeley since 1955

Allied Physical Therapy welcomes new PT assistant

FARMINGTON – Allied Physical Therapy is proud to welcome Seth Harris as our newest staff member. Harris joins Allied as a Physical Therapist Assistant, but actually got his start with Allied a few years ago working as an aide. Harris also had an opportunity to work closely with our therapy staff and patients during a clinical rotation while he was enrolled in the Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) program at Kennebec Valley Community College. Harris graduated from KVCC in 2018 and worked at Ascent Rangeley Lakes Rehab, where he continued to expand upon his education and treated a variety of patients

More than 70 Rangeley business take pledge for community health

RANGELEY – Every summer, Rangeley’s population swells as seasonal residents and visitors from across the country flock to the mountain community. Recognizing the potential for COVID-19 transmission, more than 70 Rangeley businesses have taken a pledge to protect the health of the community, employees, and customers by following safety guidelines and responding to community input. […]

Over 70 Rangeley businesses take COVID19 safety pledge

RANGELEY – Every summer, Rangeley’s population swells when seasonal residents and visitors from across the country flock to the unique mountain community. Recognizing the potential for COVID19 transmission, over seventy Rangeley businesses have taken a pledge to protect the health of their community, employees, and customers by following safety guidelines and responding to community input. […]

Dallas Plantation town office closed to public until further notice

DALLAS PLANTATION – The Dallas Plantation town office will be closed to the public until further notice. All business will be conducted via phone, at 207-864-5991, or email: dallasplt@myfairpoint.net or regular mail: PO Box 460, Rangeley ME 04970. All messages and correspondence will be responded to as quickly as possible. Licenses & Registrations: expirations/deadlines are […]

Rangeley contractor moves into Farmington

FARMINGTON – E.L.B. Construction Inc., owned by Eric L. Burgess, has primarily operated out of the Rangeley area, until now.

Rangeley voters reject marijuana ordinance

RANGELEY – Voters rejected an ordinance that would have allowed marijuana-related businesses to operate with a license Tuesday, by a vote of 171 to 294. The vote marks the second time this year that residents have rejected an ordinance that would enable the opening of marijuana cultivation, manufacturing and retail businesses. At the annual town […]

RLHT Honors Local company with Spirit of the Community Award

RANGELEY – On March 8, Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust presented Blue Flame Gas of Rangeley with its Spirit of the Community Award. “Here at our open house for our new office we wanted to take a few moments to thank our members and community and in this particular case, especially Aaron and Meagan, of the […]

Rangeley Lakes Chamber of Commerce to celebrate Small Business Saturday on Nov. 24

RANGELEY – The Rangeley Lakes Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce its designation as a “Neighborhood Championâ€� for the upcoming annual Small Business Saturday event on Nov. 24. Small Business Saturday was launched by American Express in 2010 to support local shops that make our communities strong and to encourage people to Shop Small […]

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