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Waterville man charged with smashing downtown window
A Fairfield man faces felony aggravated criminal mischief charges after he allegedly smashed a front window early Wednesday at Framemakers at 46 Main St. downtown.
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Daschle, speaking at Colby, praises nation's health care progress
Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans Former U.S. senator and former majority leader Tom Daschle of South Dakota delivers the annual George Mitchell International Lecture at Colby College in Waterville on Wednesday.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
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This time of year I spend an inordinate amount of time in the seedling house. It's wonderful.
Two dogs with mouths full of porcupine quills left at Waterville shelter
Two dogs were dumped overnight at the Humane Society Waterville Area with nothing but mouths full of porcupine quills and a soggy note from their owner.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Winslow man charged with domestic assault
A Winslow man is in jail without bail after he allegedly assaulted his girlfriend in parking lots off Kennedy Memorial Drive in Waterville and then drove to Winslow, where police stopped him on Monument Street.
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A short list of some of the best Record Store Day 2014 releases
For music nerds, Record Store Day is one of the first things circled on the calendar when the new year rolls in.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Gas company to update Waterville council on pipeline plans
Summit Natural Gas is building the backbone of a pipeline system in the city that ultimately will connect with residential customers based on neighborhood demands, according to a company official.
Colby College library renovation raises ire of faculty
A tussle over a library renovation at Colby College has sparked a debate about the role physical books still play for library users in an increasingly digital world.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Waterville area officials to recite Shakespeare's sonnets
Shakespeare super-fan Emily Rowden Fournier is throwing a birthday bash for the Bard April 23 at Selah Tea Cafe in downtown Waterville.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Students, residents pitch in to clean up Waterville's South End neighborhood
After a long winter, Sharon Latulippe, a resident of Grove Court, looked out her window at the melting snow and a pile of branches left over from numerous winter storms.
The Tourmaline Singers provide a special brand of soul music
The central Maine choir gathers at the bedside of the dying, as well as those who just need a boost, to lift spirits and soothe souls.
Touch-A-Train TODAY at Trackside
The Maine Eastern Railroad is hosting a public Touch-A-Train open house event on Saturday, April 12, 2014, which doubles as a fundraiser for New England Steam Corporation 's restoration of Maine Central steam locomotive #470.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Maine Compass: By cutting revenue sharing funds, state forced municipalities to do the dirty work
It is your turn to have ultimate authority over all budget discussions in the city of Waterville, and you have just been given $5,706,669 in additional money to spend on city needs.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Colby College president nominated to federal post
Colby College President William Adams will be nominated for the position of chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities by President Obama.
Huhtamaki in Waterville, Fairfield connects to natural gas
Fairfield is the fifth community in central Maine after Augusta, Gardiner, Hallowell and Waterville to hook up to the 85-mile gasline up the Kennebec River valley.
Waterville police arrest man over stolen $400 gift card
Peter Corson allegedly took a stolen $400 gift certificate to Mirakuya Steak House at JFK Plaza on March 29, tried to make a small purchase and asked for the balance to be cash back, police said.
Richmond woman files to run for Maine House
Elliott is seeking to fill the seat held by House Majority Leader Seth Berry, who cannot run for the seat because of term limits.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Tuesday: At 5 p.m., a driver reportedly left an Augusta Road business without paying for $30 worth of gasoline.
Waterville councilors eye budget cost-cutting
City councilors are discussing all sorts of possible ways to reduce costs and increase revenue in the face of lost state aid.
Waterville man sentenced to 15 months in drug conspiracy
A Waterville man was sentenced Wednesday to 15 months in federal prison and three years' supervised release for his role in a central Maine drug conspiracy that lasted from Jan. 1 to March 17, 2012.