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Cinderella Project of Maine announces expansion
After eight seasons and over 1,000 new and gently used dresses "recycled" to new owners, the Cinderella Project of Maine is excited to announce expansion into the Gardiner area.
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Sun Mar 09, 2014
Augusta District Court
Clyde G. Bryan, 59, of Miramar, Fla., commercial vehicle rule violation: operation with false duty record Jan. 10 in West Gardiner; $750 fine.
Gardiner spa, bed-and-breakfast give old buildings new purpose
Teresa Zardus said before she knew it was a parish rectory, she wondered who lived in the Tudor-style, granite and wood building next to the Gardiner Common.
Gardiner to consider proposal for medical marijuana operation
The town Planning Board will review an application Tuesday for a medical marijuana growing operation proposed to be located in a warehouse in the South Gardiner area.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Butter knife assault lands former Augusta woman in jail
A woman charged with elevated aggravated assault in the stabbing of her boyfriend - apparently with a butter knife - Dec. 20 in their Gage Street apartment, pleaded guilty earlier this week to a lesser charge of assault with a dangerous weapon was placed on deferred disposition for 18 months.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Winthrop priest takes Ash Wednesday ceremony from church to streets
The Rev. James Gill stood outside Apple Valley Books, his white clerical collar peeking above his scarf and heavy coat.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
West Gardiner roundabout faces mixed reaction at meeting
The first public meeting about a proposed roundabout on Route 126 drew around 40 residents from the surrounding communities Thursday night to voice concerns about the idea and to tell state officials to act sooner rather than later to remedy the dangerous intersection.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Democrats urge party members at local caucuses to support Michaud
Local Democrats met Sunday to elect state convention delegates, municipal committee officers and county committee members, and to rally local campaign efforts.
Augusta District Court
Donell Robertson Newsome, 54, of Augusta, was found not guilty of disorderly conduct, loud unreasonable noise Dec. 3, 2013, in Augusta.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Dreadnaught dishes up new album, "Have a Drink with Dreadnaught"
Hide your kids, hide your wife, and put your zany dancing shoes on. Or maybe you should just kick back and strap yourself down to the recliner.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
The fire never threatened another structure. Firefighters were on scene less than an hour.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Summit denies breaching contract with pipeline installer
Firms blame each other for missing Nov. 1 deadline for completion, which meant delays for area schools, businesses and city buildings.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Gardiner city manager nixes plan to merge fire and police chief roles
City Manager Scott Morelli said he'll propose an alternative plan to save money from both the city's general fund and the ambulance budget.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Maine patients urged to compare test, treatment price tags
When Michael Gove had an echocardiogram 14 months ago at a doctor's office in the Northpark Professional Building in Augusta, the bill was $658.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Augusta's Colonial Theater inspires visions of future use
The unoccupied building, which showed its last film in 1969 and then spent some two decades as a warehouse, was the subject of a visioning session Thursday at a Water Street gallery of the University of Maine at Augusta's Gannett Building.
Madison residents, businesses anticipate arrival of natural gas
Natural gas is expected to flow to Madison Paper Industries within three weeks, while some residents could have access to natural gas for heating their homes by this spring, according to Summit Natural Gas and Madison Paper Industries officials.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Winthrop Police Officer Timothy Falvey said none of the injuries were believed to be life threatening.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Augusta District Court
Jason L. Brunelle, 30, of Augusta, possession of marijuana, up to 1 1/4 ounces Jan. 17 in Augusta; $350 fine.
Bangor Daily News
Feeling Moody? America's best diners are in Maine
Food and Wine magazine doesn't usually go this lowbrow, last time we checked you couldn't score a grand crux at A1 Diner in Gardiner, but who cares.
Roundabout proposed for West Gardiner Interstate 95 interchange
The Maine Department of Transportation, which is proposing the roundabout to reduce the risk at one of the state's most dangerous intersections, is holding a public meeting about the project in March.