SUV goes down embankment no one injured

By Donna M. Perry Special to the Irregular RANGELEY — A Pennsylvania man’s sport utility vehicle went down an embankment Wednesday night, July 6, after leaving Moose Alley Family Center on Main Street. Mark Mealy, 40, of Shippensburg, Pa., thought he was driving down the driveway of the business and made a sharp left turn and went down a steep embankment, Rangeley officer Ron Wood said

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Sandy River Greens burgeoning with plants

By Laura Dunham Special to the Irregular RANGELEY — The new Sandy River Greens recently opened on City Hill with two 18-foot by 50-foot greenhouses filled with plants and seedlings. Owner Heidi Ferguson said that the flower shop is a full service shop featuring all types of flowers. She also offers Wildcraft weddings and celebrations with all types of wildflowers, and also of course flowers for traditional weddings.

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If you want entertainment, you want Moose Alley

By Laura Dunham Special to the Irregular RANGELEY — If you are looking for a “night out on the town,” why not head for Rangeley to the new Moose Alley bowling alley facility, formerly People’s Choice and Club House restaurants. Owned by Nancy Bessey, the former restaurant was gutted and made into a 20,000-square-foot entertainment and eating complex. read more

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Co-Op cozies up on Main Street

By Laura Dunham Special to the Irregular STRATTON — A large crowd turned out in May for the Grand Opening of the Coplin Co-Op located at the former candle shop on Main Street. Kirsten Berry and Summer Schanz started the Coplin Co-Op some four years ago in Coplin and then relocated in Rangeley for two years before moving their business this past week to Stratton. read more

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