Granby Grass, Leaves, Brush Collection

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Fall clean-up time is just around the bend. On Saturday October 21 and November 18 you can bring grass, leaves and brush to the Granby Highway Department at 15 Crescent Street between 9 AM and Noon. Only Grass/Leaves accepted.  Brush will be chipped. For more information: Contact Cathy Leonard 467-7177 or visit the website and click on the Yard Waste Collection Flyer..

New Gloucester Library Fall Book Sale

New Gloucester Library book sale

The New Gloucester Public Library will hold its annual fall book sale in October.  On Friday the 6th from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. it’s the First Dibs for Kids Sale.  Then on Saturday the 7th from 8:00 a.m. until noon, everyone can shop the Fall  Book Sale. Don’t miss this opportunity to save some money on books, puzzles and games, AND support the New Gloucester Library at the same time!

10th Annual Benefit Dance for the Northeast Spinal Cord Injury Fund

Chris Collin

In honor Chris Collin, the dance is on Saturday, September 16 from  8 pm to midnight at Rochambeau Club, Inc. at 329 South Street in Biddeford. Tickets cost is a: $10 donation per person, 21 and over only.There will also be raffles,a  50/50 and a silent auction Chris was in a terrible motorcycle accident on August 27, 2008 in which he suffered permanent damage to his spinal cord. He’s paralyzed from his chest down, and… Read more »

Gray Community Food Pantry Touch a Truck Fundraiser

OTT is excited to, once again, participate in the Gray Community Food Pantry Touch a Truck and food drive.  The event will be held at the Gray Plaza near the Shop n Save on September 23rd from 11 AM to 2 PM Rain or Shine. Touch a Truck offers a hands-on experience for kids of all ages as they explore some really cool trucks that include fire apparatus, bucket trucks and more.  There will be… Read more »

Spoofing and Caller ID

New Gloucester Library Fall Book Sale

A newsletter from District 65 Representative Ellie Espling from New Gloucester is something we feel is important to share. FCC Action on Spoofing June 22, 2017 – The Federal Communications Commission has proposed a $120 million fine against an individual who apparently made almost 100 million spoofed robocalls in violation of the Truth in Caller ID Act. What is spoofing and how does it work? “Spoofing” occurs when a caller deliberately falsifies the information transmitted to… Read more »