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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Chamber gets new director

By Laura Dunham Special to the Irregular RANGELEY — A local woman who grew up on the shores of Rangeley Lakes has taken over as executive director for the Rangeley Lakes Chamber of Commerce. Judy Morton grew up at the Town and Lake Motel on the edge of the lake owned by her parents Bev and Jo Morton. read more

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Phillips Town Meeting set for June 25

By BJ Bangs Irregular Staff Writer PHILLIPS — Whether or not to discontinue the town manager form of government, adopt a recall ordinance, and make revisions to the zoning and wind ordinances are among the issues that will face voters at the Phillips Town Meeting, June 25 at 9 a.m. at the Phillips Elementary School, 1401 Rangeley Road. read more

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Rangeley approves over $4 million town budget

By BJ Bangs Special to the Irregular RANGELEY — Expanding the town’s allocation to the Chamber of Commerce, the new recycling ordinance, and the utilization of unexpended funds for capitol purchases drew the most discussion at Rangeley’s Annual Town Meeting Thursday, June 9. read more

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