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Winslow husband, wife win community service award
Jackie Dalton, co-executive director of REM, and John Dalton, president and CEO of Inland Hospital, were recognized for eight years of volunteer work in the Waterville area.
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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.
O'Leary is new Winslow chief
And on Monday, O'Leary, 47, was approved by Winslow's Town Council to become the new police chief, effective May 12. O'Leary's hiring comes a little more than two months since former chief Jeffrey Fenlason resigned abruptly in February.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Augusta District Court
Shawn D. Bragg, 33, of Winslow, two charges of misuse of identification Jan. 4 in Farmingdale; $300 in fines, $589.25 restitution.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
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.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Garrett stepping down as president of Kennebec Messalonskee Trails
Peter Garrett remembers meeting an elderly woman and two overweight children on a trail in Oakland.
Bangor Daily News
Historic Portland cemetery needs expansion to keep up with demand, city officials say
This statue of Capt. Jacob S. Winslow, one of New England's top shipbuilding magnates in the 19th century, was carved by Edward Griffin and stands at Portland's Evergreen Cemetery.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Human feces cleanup on Waterville's Two Cent Bridge highlights upkeep questions
David Nevedomsky was offended Waterville and Winslow officials didn't respond to his complaint about waste on the historic footbridge.
Bangor Daily News
Farrington named Game Warden of the Year
Paul Farrington of Springfield accepts the 2013 Maine Game Warden of the Year award from Maine Warden Service Col.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Waterville domestic violence arrests highlights cycle of abuse
Three men were arrested on felony domestic violence-related charges over the weekend, highlighting a cycle of repeat offenders terrorizing or harming victims, police said.
Sun Mar 30, 2014
Maine's congressional districts largely intact
Republicans initially tried to redraw the lines to divide Maine's two congressional districts into an east-west configuration instead of north-south.
Book on Fort Halifax highights Winslow's strength
BIT OF HISTORY: Colby College history professor Daniel Tortora, 32, stands at Fort Halifax Park on Friday afternoon with the reconstructed blockhouse behind him.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
Sidney man sentenced for tools, trailer theft
A Sidney man who stole a tailgate, machinery, and dozens of tools from local contractors and construction sites over a 19-month period was sentenced Wednesday in Kennebec County Superior Court.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Senate committee rejects increased penalties for uninsured drivers
L.D. 1810, which failed on a party-line vote, was pushed by a Vassalboro man and seeks to increase the penalty for some uninsured drivers.
Winslow man accused of selling drugs to police agents twice
A 20-year-old Winslow man was arrested Tuesday afternoon after selling marijuana to agents of the Fairfield Police Department - twice.
Winslow resident St. Pierre named Skowhegan Savings CFO
Winslow resident Richard St. Pierre has been named senior vice president and chief financial officer of Skowhegan Savings Bank, the bank announced Wednesday.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
Bangor Daily News
Three arrested after police bust cocaine-selling operation at Waterville motel
After executing a search warrant, police discovered $19,000 worth of contraband inside one of the motel rooms, Waterville Police Chief Joseph Massey said Tuesday.
Mon Mar 24, 2014
Fine Homebuilding magazine highlights Palermo project with help from Winslow teen
One camera on a tripod and another held by the show's senior producer were pointed at Michael Maines, a local designer and builder, as he mounted a strip of wood using a nail gun around the 19th-century hearth.