It’s a Flurry of Activity at The Rangeley Snowflake Company!

Carol and Tom Sullivan of Rangeley have just launched a new online business venture called The Rangeley Snowflake Company.  Their first offerings are hand-woven “snowflakes” made of all-natural ash reed in a variety of sizes and colors from 10 inches to 30 inches in diameter.  Special holiday editions feature red and green accents and a woodland model features two-tone natural and brown reed.  These are a great decorative item for your home or camp that look especially nice in groupings spinning gracefully overhead.  [Read more…]

Two Maine contractors help restore bridges at Rangeley Nordic trail center

RANGELEY — Access to Nordic ski trails at the Rangeley Lakes Trails Center got a boost with the completion this past weekend of work to repair Tropical Storm Irene damage. Carol Sullivan, a past president and manager, said Maine contractors…

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Two Maine contractors help restore bridges at Rangeley Nordic trail center

Rangeley’s BBQ joint expands

By Carol Sullivan Special to the Irregular RANGELEY — The Shed BBQ has expanded more than three-fold this summer. Owner Martin Wilson who has operated the former open-air BBQ stand, The Shed, for several years had an opportunity to expand this year and he jumped on it. read more

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The Corner Side, up and running

By Carol Sullivan Special to the Irregular RANGELEY — After five months of nonstop work on the old Scribner building at 2485 Main Street, John and Birgitta Parker opened the new Corner Side restaurant to an enthusiastic crowd earlier this summer. read more

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The Corner Side, up and running