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The winner of the men's cheese roll at the eighth annual Maine Celtic ...
The winner of the men's cheese roll at the eighth annual Maine Celtic Celebration in Belfast Sunday, July 20, was Stephen Atkinson, of Australia, who was part of an international team with three other members from England and Scotland.
Window maker files Chapter 7 bankruptcy
Waterville Window Co. Inc., in Winslow, Maine, filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy after 61 years in business, citing liabilities of $813,870 to about 30 creditors, including a couple of PVC extruders.
Report of girl missing in Kennebec River a hoax; man arrested
Winslow police have charged a man for allegedly making up a story about a 9-year-old girl falling into the Kennebec River during holiday celebrations.
Those Big Fireworks 'Are Actually Bombs': Fourth of July...
On this Fourth of July weekend, you and your family will likely be gathering wood, lighting up the grill and buying handfuls of sparklers.
Winslow teen hospitalized with alcohol poisoning
Police say eight teens between the ages of 15 and 17 were charged with possession of alcohol by a minor after police located the party early Tuesday.
Wednesday Evening headlines from WMTW News 8
DOING ALL THEY CAN TO STOP IT AS TOURISTS TRAVEL INTO OUR STATE. TODAY, STATE POLICE FROM MAINE, NEW HAMPSHIRE AND MASSACHUSETTS TEAMED UP TO TELL DRIVERS THEY WILL BE STEPPING UP PATROLS AND WATCHING FOR ANY DISTRACTED OR IMPAIRED DRIVING.
Group says herrings surging since dams out
Environmentalists say the removal of the Edwards Dam in Augusta and Fort Halifax Dam in Winslow has allowed river herring populations to proposer in the Kennebec River.
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Waldo County teacher indicted in Penobscot County for sexual assault against student
An automotive technology instructor at Waldo County Technical Center, who was indicted by the Waldo County grand jury in May for sexually assaulting a student , was indicted Wednesday by the Penobscot County grand jury for the same charge.
Rector shows, speaks in Ellsworth
"Shared Quiet," an exhibit of new oil paintings by Alison Rector of Monroe, is on exhibit through July 20 at Courthouse Gallery Fine Art, 6 Court St. The opening reception is Wednesday, July 2, from 5 to 7 p.m. Rector will give a gallery talk about her work Wednesday, July 9, at 6 p.m. All are welcome.