Apr 19, 2013
Roommates guard entrances to Watertown home with swords
Joseph Gagnepain, 32, who grew up in New Vineyard, said he and his roommates spent most of the night holding swords while they stood watch at the three entrances to their home on Lincoln Street.
Fire destroys trailer in Farmington
Firefighters responded to a 7:16 a.m. report of smoke and visible flame at the home of Debra Ingram on Tuesday morning, Farmington Fire and Rescue Deputy Chief Clyde Ross said at the scene.
Demonstrators rally for local control of Farmington jail
Franklin County Sheriff Scott Nichols Sr. told more than 100 people gathered for a demonstration Wednesday that he plans to reinstate the Franklin County jail to full-service status and take it back from the state.
Fires destroy Eustis camp, New Portland house and garage
Fires on Saturday destroyed a camp in Eustis and a home and garage in New Portland, keeping firefighters busy for hours.
Paul Revere and John Hancock would admire our town meetings
The attempts by King George and Parliament to abolish town meetings in 1774 was one of the sparks that led Paul Revere and John Hancock to incite the Revolution that soon followed.