It is named after 15-year-old Yarmouth High School sophomore Elizabeth Ann "Beth" Condon, who was killed by drunk driver Martha Burke on August 28, 1993, as she walked along Route 1 with her boyfriend, James Young, having just been to a video store in Yarmouth Marketplace. [50] A 1944 map shows the Atlantic Highway coming through town, aligning with what became Route 88 up to the point they meet at the end of Spring Street. The enterprise began as an inn in the property, at 51 East Main Street, that now houses W.M. [69] The dirt path that looks like it leads to the water is actually the original stage road. There is no service on Sundays. Yarmouth news is now reported regularly in a number of different newspapers, including the Portland Press Herald, The Notes, and The Forecaster (Northern Edition). [18], Here at the northern end of the Royal River Park once stood Charles H. Weston's machine shop and foundry, which, from 1876 to 1892, manufactured equipment for cotton and woolen mills, turbine water wheels, steam engines and a wide variety of machinery for customers all over the world. In 1722, a "Committee for the Resettlement of North Yarmouth" was formed in Boston, Massachusetts. of Revenue - … There were three fatalities and several injuries. It was a lunchtime mainstay for many locals for 35 years (from 1974 to 2009), run by Bill Kinsman. On its site, Philip Kimball later operated a mahogany mill.[11]. Dabney was a town selectman in 1737. Beck, C.A. Four of these are located on Main Street. Click here to find info for new residents! [11], The town later had its own page, the Yarmouth Gazette, in the "lost but not forgotten institution",[11] the Six Town Times,[70] which was published weekly from 1892 until 1916.[71]. [29] In 2016, DeLorme was purchased by Garmin.[30]. The average household size was 2.41 and the average family size was 2.96. [17], In 1892, a small steamer named the Hoyt ferried guests from the calm water above the falls to a mineral springs hotel in North Yarmouth that was owned by Giles Loring. Owned by Florida-based NextEra Energy Resources, it has four steam turbine units, the most recent of which, with its 421-foot chimney, went online in 1978. [1] The town is made up of three major villages: South Yarmouth, West Yarmouth, and Yarmouth Port. 80% of this was funded by the Maine Department of Transportation. The population was 23,793 at the 2010 census. 12/31 online service available 10/15 - 1/31, Municipay (for community service, rescue, sewer & tax bills)-2.65% fee to use CC, Municipay - Police Fees - (alarms, launch pass, parking ticket)-2.65% fee to use CC, Committee for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability, Bayview and Route 1 (Exit 15) Bridge Projects. Christensen died in 1965, aged about 93. You can find this seaside town about twelve miles north of Portland, the state’s largest city. Five islands (most notably Cousins Island and Littlejohn Island) are part of the town. Later, a large building housed, in turn, a tannery, three shoe-manufacturing companies and a poultry-processing plant. Later that night, Condon was stopped by South Portland police when he was suspected of operating his vehicle under the influence of alcohol. The town is accessed via two exits (15 and 17) on each side of Interstate 295. Official Website of the Town of Yarmouth, Maine Yarmouth Town Hall 200 Main Street Yarmouth, ME 04096 Monday & Tuesday 8 - 4:30, Wednesday & Thursday 9 - 6, Friday 9 - 1 A pedestrian bridge carries it over the Royal River en route to Forest Falls Drive. It was built in 1988.[67]. The average household size was 2.34 and the average family size was 2.87. The company was later bought by the Morrison and Bennett Shoe Company and reorganized as the Abbott Company. St. Bartholomew's Episcopal is at 396 Gilman Road, heading towards Cousins Island. [48], Roswell P. Greeley established an express service between Portland and Yarmouth, employing a span of horses and large wagons. [28] The oldest (the Cushing and Hannah Prince House) dates from 1785; the "newest" (the Grand Trunk Railway Station) was built in 1906, replacing a structure built in 1848. YARMOUTH — The Cumberland Town Council approved on Dec. 14 selling a town-owned gravel pit, located in North Yarmouth, to the Yarmouth Water District. North Yarmouth, officially the Town of North Yarmouth, is a town in Cumberland County, Maine. A fire was set in an upstairs bedroom.[79][80]. The two railroads passing through the town are Guilford Rail System's Kennebec & Portland (replaced Maine Central Railroad in 1849) and the St. Lawrence and Atlantic Railroad (replaced Grand Trunk Railway in 1848). In 2001, the town and the society restored the building, from its granite foundation to the barrel-vaulted ceiling. The town has two railroad junctions: Royal Junction (midway along Greely Road) and Yarmouth Junction (to the west of East Elm Street at Depot Road; its station is now gone). "Herbie" was an elm tree that stood by present-day East Main Street (Route 88), at its intersection with Yankee Drive, between 1793 and 2010. The trains pass under two roads and over three crossings on their way through Yarmouth. The first northbound service arrives at around 6.45 AM and the last one at around 9.50 PM. The tracks ran down what is today's walkers' path to the Rowe School. The town was settled, while a district of Massachusetts, in 1636 and incorporated in 1849, 29 years after its admittance to the Union. It was one of the leading industries in Yarmouth, spinning coarse and fine yarn and seamless grain bags, of which it produced up to 1,000 per day. He purchased a farm there in 1636, becoming one of the first European settlers of the town. The first mill of note to stand where the current Sparhawk Mill looms large was North Yarmouth Manufacturing Company. The median age in the town was 45.9 years. Large lot owners at the time included Walter Gendall, whose farm incorporated Duck Cove, beyond Town Landing Road in today's Cumberland Foreside (Cumberland was not incorporated as its own town until 1821). It was rededicated on August 2, 2014, a few weeks before the 21st anniversary of her death. During World War II, the belfry was used an airplane-spotting outlook post in the Civil Defense System. [5] The Second Falls are just above the Sparhawk Mill, on Bridge Street;[6] the Third Falls are within the bounds of Royal River Park;[7] and the Fourth Falls, near the intersection of East Elm Street and Melissa Drive.[8]. 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Underwood Spring Park in Falmouth Foreside, with its open-air theater, casino and gazebo, was a popular gathering spot serviced by the trolley cars. The mill used 15,000 cords (54,000 m3) of poplar each year, which meant mounds of logs were constantly in view beside Mill Street. U.S. Route 1 also passes through the town to the west of I-295. Despite this, Yarmouth was the last stretch of the Grand Trunk to receive automatic block signals in 1924. [37] The President's wife chose to dine at the Westcustogo Inn. In 2000, the pathway was integrated as part of the East Coast Greenway, a project to create a nearly 3,000-mile (4,800-km) urban path linking the major cities of the Atlantic coast, from Calais, Maine, to Key West, Florida, for non-motorized human transportation. Yarmouth is a small and bustling town located in Cumberland County, Maine. There were 3,704 housing units at an average density of 277.7 per square mile (107.2/km2). White's Cove (north of Cousins Island's Snodgrass Bridge). The theater only existed for eight years, burning down in 1907. The mill, which was in business for 36 years, ground wheat and corn into flour using power generated by the water turbines set in the fast-flowing river below. Financial support was not forthcoming, however, and its life was short. 361 were here. 1222 Fax: 508-398-2365 Directory Quick Links View All Mass. It runs elevated through town (including, in controversial fashion, over the harborside at Lower Falls). It ceased being used as a church in 1889, when its congregation moved to the structure now on Main Street. The mill got its current name in the early 1950s, when Old Sparhawk Mills Company moved into the building from South Portland. By the early 1930s, the academy expanded into new facilities across the street.[41]. Winslow married another Massachusetts native, namely Patience Seabury, a daughter of Samuel Seabury, Jr. [11], Davis Cemetery is located on the section of Granite Street to the south of East Main Street and Old County Road, an area known as Sodom historically. NORTH YARMOUTH — All municipal offices and facilities will be limiting in-person services to appointment-only effective Dec. 14 until Jan. 15 at the earliest. The original building burned in 1870. Gendall lived there with his wife, Joane. Built in 1840, the brick-made mill replaced a wooden mill dating to 1817. Navy.) In those days, the region was known as North Yarmouth and was inhabited by Native Indians attracted to both the coast and the natural resources. Official Website of the Town of Yarmouth, Maine Yarmouth Town Hall 200 Main Street Yarmouth, ME 04096 Monday & Tuesday 8 - 4:30, Wednesday & Thursday 9 - 6, Friday 9 - 1 Males had a median income of $48,456 versus $34,075 for females. The Town of Yarmouth, Maine epitomizes the best in Maine communities – a New England style main street (known as the “Village”) with a combination of old homes and small businesses, a beautiful parkway along the picturesque Royal River, a sheltered port … Burke's car swerved into the breakdown lane, and while Young managed to avoid the car, Condon was hit and thrown 65 feet over the guardrail and down an embankment. The town's proximity to the Atlantic Ocean, and its location on the banks of the Royal River, which empties into Casco Bay less than a mile away, means it is a prime location as a harbor. The first buildings — Jeremiah Baker's grist mill, a carding mill and a nail mill — went up in 1805 between Bridge Street and East Elm Street on the eastern side of the river. [11], The first bridge carrying East Main Street was erected, above the falls, in 1748. In 1911, Yarmouth Manufacturing Company's electric power plant was built on the site of James Craig's 18th-century sawmill. In 1971, the Marine Corps Reserve tore down the old factory, before a Navy demolition team used fourteen cases of dynamite to raze the remains. […] The small town is home to several attractions and activities that is made for families. *Before you come to Town Hall, please check with the State of Maine's current testing and quarantine requirements, as well as exemptions. The Third (or Baker) Falls were, by far, the most industrious of the four. In October 1674, the first sawmill, of Englishman Henry Sayward and Colonel Bartholomew Gedney, was built on the eastern (Main Street) side of the First Falls, by present-day Lafayette Street. Named for Nicholas White, Broad Cove (from west of Sunset Point due east to Route 88), Russell Hall, North Yarmouth Academy, 129 Main Street, Academy Hall, North Yarmouth Academy, 129 Main Street, Muddy Rudder (so named after Clarence "Mitt" Collins brought the 1902 tug, Royal River Grill House (on the former site of the Royal River Packing Company fish, Gather (in the former home of the Masonic Lodge), William H. Rowe (Elementary) School (built 1955; rebuilt in 2003), Yarmouth Elementary School (built 1968; named Yarmouth Intermediate School until 1992), Frank H. Harrison Middle School (built 1992), Latchstring Park, Main Street and West Elm Street, Spear Farm Estuary Preserve, Bayview Street, Barker Preserve, between East Elm Street and Royal River, Camp SOCI, Sandy Point Road, Cousins Island (established in 1957), Sandy Point Beach, Cousins Street, Cousins Island, Katherine Tinker Preserve, Seal Lane, Cousins Island, Littlejohn Island Preserve, Pemasong Lane, Littlejohn Island, This page was last edited on 27 October 2020, at 02:21. The Town's population of 7200 people literally doubles on weekdays with the influx of workers and students from surrounding areas. It was founded in 1847 by Eleazer Burbank. Just above Fourth Falls, she crossed the narrow planks of the train trestle on her hands and knees, fearful of the deep water swirling below. According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 22.94 square miles (59.41 km2), of which 13.35 square miles (34.58 km2) (58%) is land and 9.59 square miles (24.84 km2) (42%) is water.[1]. Russell Hall was originally a dormitory and Academy Hall a classroom; they are now both of the latter use. Main Street was, by now, well established. [61] The two-lane southbound side of the road was permanently reduced to one at the same time. The Native Americans called the First Falls (or Lower Falls) Pumgustuk, which means head of tide. The Royal River appealed to settlers because its four waterfalls and 45-foot rise within a mile of navigable water each provided potential waterpower sites. Beginning with a single wooden building, the facility expanded to ten buildings covering as many acres, including a span over the river to Factory Island. An early town newspaper was the Eastern Gazette, which was first printed by E.G. The Town of Yarmouth is the regional centre of South Western Nova Scotia. A notable former establishment was Bill's Home Style Sandwiches, which stood where Binga's Winga's is today. He looked after the tree for over fifty years. After serving seven years in the Massachusetts Bay Colony Company, he was provided with a land grant in Yarmouth. That company manufactured the ski shoes used on Commander Richard E. Byrd's first Antarctic expedition. Its population was 8,349 in the 2010 census. On the western (or town) side of the river was a scythe and axe factory owned by Joseph C. Batchelder. Rail cars delivered logs, coal, soda and chlorine to the mill and carried pulp away. Around 1715, the third, and the earliest permanent, settlement in Yarmouth began.[27]. [14], "Paved roads and automobiles came to Yarmouth in 1914," wrote Alan M. Hall. Cousins Island Cemetery is located at the corner of Cousins Street and Hillcrest Avenue on the island. Brown Paper Company[14] — was built, to which Samuel Dennis Warren[15] and George Warren Hammond bought the rights in 1874 and renamed it the Forest Paper Company. The town's Main Street gradually became divided into the Upper Village (also known as the Corner) and Lower Falls, the split roughly located around the present-day U.S. Route 1 overpass (Brickyard Hollow, as it was known). White & Associates and Maine Environmental Laboratory. *Only service animals allowed. Yarmouth is the shire town of Yarmouth County and is the largest population centre in the region. [12] Two years later, Freeman joined forces with Lorenzo L. Shaw to start up a cotton mill. Joseph Hodsdon arrived in Yarmouth in 1880 and took over the Farris tannery. They are (from south to north) West Main Street (overpass, just after Royal Junction), Sligo Road (road crossing), East Elm Street (road crossing, just after Yarmouth Junction), North Road (road crossing) and Granite Street (overpass). There are eight churches in Yarmouth. The adult couple sustained multiple stab wounds and the child's throat was slashed twice. The town of Yarmouth in Cumberland, Maine was not incorporated until the mid 19th century, but the region was settled two centuries earlier. Two cemeteries are located near the former site of the "Old Ledge" Meeting House on Gilman Road: a small, half-acre 1731 Pioneer burial ground (also known as the Indian Fighters cemetery), which was the first public burial place in Old North Yarmouth, and the 2.5-acre 1770 Ledge cemetery (some headstones bear dates earlier than 1770, for many bodies were removed from the older cemetery). [76] The tree, which partially stood in the front yard of a private residence, also had a 20-foot circumference and (until mid-2008) a 93-foot crown spread.[76]. The mill was under the management of brothers Francis Orville Libby and Hosea J. Libby until Barnabas Freeman took over in 1869. There is also a small cemetery, known as Hill Cemetery, within the confines of the adjacent Tinker Preserve. [2] The annual Yarmouth Clam Festival attracts around 120,000 people (around fourteen times its population) over the course of the three-day weekend. Yarmouth Assessor's Office Duties and Responsibilities The Role of the Assessor's office is to establish a value for all real & personal property for tax purposes and to maintain ownership records as required by Maine … Yarmouth is home to DeLorme, the large map-making company, with its headquarters, located on Route 1 to the north of the town, housing the world's largest revolving and rotating globe. NORTH YARMOUTH — An overwhelming majority of respondents surveyed about marijuana businesses in town … The median income for a household in the town was $58,030, and the median income for a family was $73,234. In 1961, the Yarmouth section of Interstate 295 was built. The population was 3,565 at the 2010 United States Census. As of 2018's estimation of 8,518, this is about 0.6% of Maine's total population. In 2013, U.S. News and World Report ranked Yarmouth High School first in Maine and 198th in the country. They are: Brickyard Hollow became the town's first-ever brew pub when it opened in June 2018. In 1909, it was the largest such mill in the world, employing 275 people. The building is now owned by Sparhawk Group. She is buried in Yarmouth's Riverside Cemetery alongside her husband, Christian, and two of their four children — son Einar and daughter Gloria. Condon plead not guilty and not guilty by reason of insanity. [9], A variety of mills have used power from the Second Falls. (Einar served in the United States Army; Gloria in the U.S. Twelve properties in Yarmouth are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The main access road to it was an extended version of today's Mill Street, off Main Street. Today, Yarmouth is a popular dining destination, with (as of June 2020) thirteen sit-down restaurants. After Freeman retired in 1888, Shaw ran the mill on his own until his death in 1907, during which time the mill's tower was completed.[12]. Yarmouth is a town in Cumberland County, Maine, located twelve miles north of the state's largest city, Portland. The racial makeup of the town was 98.49% White, 0.37% Black or African American, 0.04% Native American, 0.36% Asian, 0.02% Pacific Islander, 0.22% from other races, and 0.50% from two or more races. )[19][20] The stone wall inside the History Center is original to the Water District building. A former school, District Number 3, still stands at 12 Portland Street. Royal River Baptist Church is in Yarmouth Marketplace at 438 Route One. Meanwhile, the Royal River's four waterfalls within Yarmouth, whose Main Street sits about 90 feet above sea level, resulted in the foundation of almost sixty mills between 1674 and 1931. Another daughter, Thora, married Sidney Maurice Hamilton. It then became the home of the Whitcombs, whose name is preserved on a street name off Princes Point Road. [14] Azel Kingsley ran a supplemental service minus the horses. There were 3,819 housing units at an average density of 286.1 per square mile (110.5/km2). A drive-in theater once stood where the Hannaford plaza now is. On weekdays, the first southbound service arrives in Yarmouth at around 6.20 AM and the last one at around 8.45 PM. Exit 15 became a four-ramp intersection in July 2013, when a northbound on-ramp was added. [72] At 110 feet in height, it was, between 1997 and the date of its felling,[73] the oldest[74] and largest[75] of its kind in New England. A train wreck occurred on the morning of February 15, 1912, near Dunn's Corner (the North Road and Route 9 intersection). Route 88, meanwhile, follows the course of Route 1's predecessor, the Atlantic Highway. Holy Cross, a Catholic-denomination cemetery, is affiliated with Falmouth's Parish of the Holy Eucharist. In 1756, "to accommodate the teams hauling lumber from the great pine forests inland to the seaboard, a new more convenient way was laid out by the way of Walnut Hill and the road constructed."[11]. Ships were built in the harbor mainly between 1818 and the 1870s, at which point demand declined dramatically. An iron bridge was in place around 1900, replacing an earlier 1846 structure. The Yarmouth History Center, run by Yarmouth Historical Society, is located beside the train trestle above, having moved from the third floor of the Merrill Memorial Library in 2013. Also included as part of the town are Cousins Island, Lanes Island, Great and Little Moshier Islands, and Littlejohn Island. As of June 2020, the town is home to thirteen restaurants (only sit-down service counted). [61] The project was completed the following month. Later businesses on this side included a fishing, hunting and camping equipment store and Industrial Wood Products. It has eleven southbound services to Portland and twelve northbound services to Brunswick on weekdays and an abbreviated Saturday schedule. Rowe is located about two miles to the north east. [35], Yarmouth has no hotel or motel accommodation. Violent crime is well below the national average for all communities of all population sizes. [14] It ran two services in each direction: southbound at 7:30 and 11:30 am and northbound at 3:00 and 5:00 pm. There were 3,522 households, of which 30.1% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 54.6% were married couples living together, 8.5% had a female householder with no husband present, 2.7% had a male householder with no wife present, and 34.2% were non-families. Mitchell's family lived in the house between around 1729 and 1799. [68] The Jacob Mitchell garrison was located at the rear of Holy Cross. On October 17, 1998, the academy's ice arena was renamed the "Travis Roy Arena"[42] in honor of an alumnus of NYA who was rendered a quadriplegic after an injury he sustained while playing for Boston University men's ice hockey team in 1995. The town is home to one radio station, the 1998-founded WYAR, which broadcasts from Cousins Island. Talk of bridging this gap, part of which goes beneath the East Main Street bridge, began in 2011, with a planned start date of 2013. Five islands (most notably Cousins Island and Littlejohn Island) are part of the town. 1900", "Sappi North America formally dropping the S.D. In 2006, a third phase added a section that took it up to the Hannaford plaza and, after an almost 500-yard gap, a ramp connecting Route 1 up the hill to East Main Street. The median age was 42 years. During a time of peace, settlement began to relocate along the coast and inland.[4]. A water tower with a tank capacity of a quarter of a million gallons was erected off West Elm Street. Trolley cars of the Portland and Yarmouth Electric Railway Company used to run, every fifteen minutes, from Portland, through Falmouth Foreside, up and down Pleasant Street and onto Main Street between 1898 and 1933,[55] when the advent of the automobile made rail travel a less convenient option. The Beth Condon Memorial Pathway is a pedestrian and bicycle path that originates on the western side of the Portland Street and Route 1 intersection. [37] Also at this fork in the road once stood Jim Brewer Dennison's blacksmith shop, which he set up in 1863. It is now a business. Yarmouth, Maine 04096 TOWN HALL HOURS 8am-11am and 1pm -4pm Monday - Thursday 8am - 12pm Friday *Use the back entrance. Long connected to fishing due to its proximity to Georges Bank, the town is located in the heart of the world's largest lobster fishing grounds and as a result receives Canada's largest lobster landings each year. The population density was 625.4 inhabitants per square mile (241.5/km2), which put Yarmouth fourth behind Portland, South Portland and Westbrook in population density.[25]. Their daughter, Elizabeth, is interred in Riverside Cemetery with her daughter, Alfreda, and husband, Alfred, who died just before their daughter was born. It is part of the Portland – South Portland – Biddeford Metropolitan Statistical Area. Another, daughter Marie, is buried in Walnut Hill Cemetery in North Yarmouth alongside her husband, Ernest Hayes Allen. Also known as Upper Falls or Gooch's Falls. While their headquarters are in the mill, they have regional offices in Faneuil Hall, Boston, and in New York City. Yarmouth is safer than 77% of U.S. cities. Royall's farm, meanwhile, occupied the entire area bisected by Bayview Street.[45]. She was eager to get back to work and see old friends.[16]. Patches of snow still dotted the ground when 20-year-old Maren Madsen arrived by train at Yarmouth Junction in May 1892. Smith Street became an uninterrupted offshoot from Pleasant Street, eventually leading to Riverside Cemetery when it was established in 1869, until the Lafayette Street hill was built in the early 19th century. [79], In 2018, Condon, then 69 years old, claimed he was treated unfairly by the Maine State Prison. His son, William, worked with him. In the 1980s, it paid half of the town's tax burden; now, however, it covers less than 8%. The first section of the pathway was begun in 1997 and cost $100,000. [66] The building is owned by the Yarmouth Village Improvement Society. It has been twice altered: by Samuel Melcher in 1825 and by Anthony Raymond twelve years later. 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