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Federal grant will be used for sewer repair in Gardiner
A grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture will fund 30 percent of a $550,000 project to replace an exposed sewer pipe along Cobbossee Stream.
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Tue Apr 22, 2014
Process underway to build Gardiner skate park
HIS ROLL IN LIFE: Chris Colby, 21, of Randolph, skateboards Monday at the area the city of Gardiner has designated for boarders along the Kennebec River.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Augusta District Court
Troy A. Bowen, 45, of Augusta, two charges of forgery and theft by unauthorized taking or transfer Jan. 18 in Gardiner; $500 in fines, $216.36 restitution.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Dogs compete in agility competition in West Gardiner
Around 100 dogs spent their Saturday jumping over candy cane-striped plastic hurdles and dashing through tunnels as their owners ran alongside, whistling, shouting and pointing where to go on the obstacle course.
Friday: At 11:41 a.m. Meaghan K. Strickland, 25, of Augusta, was arrested at the Valero station on Western Avenue and charged with theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and violating condition of release.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
LifeFlight called to multi-vehicle crash on I-95 at Gardiner
One person was ejected from a vehicle after a multi-vehicle accident involving a tractor-trailer Friday night on Interstate 95 at Gardiner, according to emergency dispatch reports.
Christians mark Good Friday at local churches
Christians across Maine gathered in their local churches Friday for a series of liturgies marking the passion and crucifixion of Jesus Christ.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Gardiner proposes tax increase
After two years of keeping taxes flat, City Manager Scott Morelli is recommending an 8 percent tax increase to close a nearly $600,000 shortfall in next year's budget.
Maine man pleads guilty to twice robbing same Augusta pharmacy
Ryan McLaughlin, 26, who told police he had an addiction and was desperate, faces up to 20 years on each of two counts.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
April 8: A 39-year-old Augusta woman was charged with terrorizing in connection with an investigation of a complaint about threatening in the Lincoln County town of Alna.
Flooding predictions worsen for Augusta, Hallowell, Gardiner
Staff photo by Andy Molloy GETTING READY: Donald Hallett, left, his daughter, Cassandra, and wife, Suzette, carry kiln dried firewood Tuesday up to the first floor deck of Kennebec Pizza with Christopher Stroot ahead of a flood expected to come up over the banks of the Kennebec River.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Natural gas expansion could spike Hallowell water rates by 20 percent
The local water district wants to raise rates for most water users by 20 percent to pay for a new employee to help monitor natural gas expansion in the city.
Gardiner city staff to recommend ways to close budget shortfall
Gardiner city councilors will hear recommendations Wednesday night from city staff on how to close a nearly $600,000 shortfall in the upcoming budget.
Experts warn of flooding in Augusta, Gardiner
Drivers who regularly park their cars in the low-lying Front Street lot might want to seek higher ground later this week.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
from the State House: Research and development bond package good for Maine
Creating jobs is essential to restoring the economic hopes of Maine people, and it has been my No.
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VIDEO: The other accordion player's tattoo
Tattoo Tale: Gary Chapin was visiting his friend and accordion mentor Sylvain Piron in France.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Fire that destroyed Randolph store was accidental
Rising from the ashes: Webb's Store owner Dan Kilmer, shown here shortly after the March 26 fire, said he hopes to rebuild by summer.
8 Things You Need To Know on Wednesday, April 9
The city of Gardiner wants local businesses to set up shop there, and today marks six months since North Conway teen Abigail Hernandez went missing.
Winthrop town councilors approve hall destruction
Councilors voted Monday to hire a West Gardiner firm to destroy the Masonic hall, making room to expand the town library.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Gardiner seeks to bring in new businesses
WMTW News 8's Shernay Williams reports on the city of Gardiner's effort to bring new businesses to the downtown with incentives including free rent, grants and forgivable loans.