From ladders to fire hose nozzles, Fort Fairfield firefighters will be better equipped to do their job thanks to a $25,000 grant from the Stephen and Tabitha King Foundation.
It took months of effort to undo the damage done by decades of downpours and snowstorms, but thanks to the talents of students and staff at Loring Job Corps, a great source of community pride has now been returned.
The study provides information and insights on options to improve Internet access in Fort Fairfield
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- 2016 Community Clean-up
- 36th Annual Agri-Business Trade Fair
- Community General Hospital Legacy Project committee provides update on garden status
- 2016 Northern Maine Agri-Business Trade Fair
- Homeowner Workshop
- Fort Fairfield Farmer's Market
- Police Chief William Campbell Resigns
- Fort Fairfield Launches Internet Feasibility Study Survey
- Fort Fairfield to Conduct Internet Feasibility Study
- Welcome Signs to Get Much Needed Facelift
- Fort Fairfield Economic Development Board
- Experts Restore Century Old Joan of Arc Statue
- Fort Fairfield Town Council Adopts Wind Energy Development Ordinance
- Town Officials Working to Improve High-Speed Internet Access
- Community Garden
- 2015 MPBF A Success
- Parking Ordinance Revised
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- Expanded Line-up of Events Announced for 2015 Maine Potato Blossom Festival
- Fort Schools Announce Summer Feeding Program Schedule