Pike named VP, commercial loan officer at Franklin Savings Bank

FARMINGTON — Franklin Savings Bank has promoted RaeAnn Pike to vice president and commercial loan officer. Pike joined the commercial lending team in 2017 and…

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Katie Lisnik with Dasher, a kitten at the shelter on Strawberry Avenue in Lewiston. (Submitted photo)

Greater Androscoggin Humane Society names new executive director

LEWISTON — The Greater Androscoggin Humane Society board of directors has named Katie Lisnik, formerly of Barre, Vt., as its new executive director; she began…

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UMaine Cooperative Extension corn silage in changing climate meeting Dec. 18

WATERVILLE — The University of Maine Cooperative Extension will host a dairy forage meeting focused on growing corn silage in a changing climate from 9:30…

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L-A Metro Chamber tackles Facebook posting strategies for businesses

LEWISTON — The LA Metro Chamber will present a professiional development workshop titled “Facebook: Posting Strategies That Get Engagement” from noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday,…

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Weinberg named patient navigator at Stephens Hospital

NORWAY — Tamara Weinberg has been hired as the patient navigator for cancer services at Stephens Memorial Hospital, Western Maine Health Vice President of Clinical…

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In celebration of Franklin Savings Bank 150 anniversary, nonprofits in the communities FSB serves received a total of $150,000 in winnings. Winners in the Rangeley Lakes and Oquossoc area were presented awards by Leeanna Wilbur, of Franklin Savings Bank. Winners included, from left, Jeanne Thorvaldsen with Rangeley Health and Fitness, David Miller with Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust, Ray Roy treasurer, Gary Langille, president, and Elaine Holcombe, secretary, of Rangeley Region Guides and Sportsmens Assn.; Janet Wilson, of Rangeley Public Library. (Submitted photo)

Franklin Savings Bank presents Rangeley area nonprofit grants

In celebration of Franklin Savings Bank 150 anniversary, nonprofits in the communities FSB serves received a total of $150,000 in winnings. Winners in the Rangeley…

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2019 Kenney winners, nominees announced by Kennebec Valley chamber

AUGUSTA – The Kennebec Valley Chamber of Commerce has announced its annual winners and nominees for the Kenney Awards. The awards banquet is 4:30 to…

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Dolly Aldrich and Phil Curtis. (Submitted photo)

Honeymooners share their Reny’s Maine adventure

By Jodi Cornelio CEO, Turner Publishing Phil Curtis, 80, and Dolly Aldrich, 71, lifelong friends, were married recently. As a honeymoon adventure, they chose to…

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Naples’ Q-Team goes out a limb in the community

Q-Team Tree Service of Naples was out and about in the community recently, helping decorate the Casco town Christmas tree, and also removed a hazardous…

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PHOTO: GARDINER FCU staff and Kennebec Valley Chamber of Commerce President Katie Doherty, and board member Eric Jermyn, celebrate Gardiner FCU's nomination for a KV Chamber People's Choice Award. (Submitted photo)

Gardiner FCU a KV Chamber People’s Choice finalist

GARDINER — Gardiner Federal Credit Union is one of three finalists for this year’s President’s Choice Award by the Kennebec Valley Chamber of Commerce. The…

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