Farmingdale artist’ work selected for Windsor Fair’s 2020 poster

WINDSOR — Although the Windsor Fair will not be held this year, the Windsor Fair Poster Contest was held as usual. The contest began before…

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Fort Western has new hours, new rules this summer

AUGUSTA — Fort Western, the 1754 National Landmark fort, store and house on the Kennebec River has reopned for the season, but with new hours….

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MaineGeneral receives three grants to address food insecurity

AUGUSTA — Funding from the John T. Gorman Foundation will enable MaineGeneral to meet the needs of more patients who are hungry. The health system…

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UMA architecture student receives AIA Maine Award

AUGUSTA – University of Maine at Augusta architecture student Nicole Cyr was awarded a 2020 AIA Maine Merit Award for her project “Distribution, Charlestown.” Cyr…

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Thompson to talk about Kennebec County’s lost trotting parks

WINTHROP — Stephen Thompson will present “The History of the Horse in Kennebec County and the Story of Winthrop Messenger,” from 6 to 7 p.m….

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Turner teacher receives donation to aid distance learning

TURNER — Brianna Holmquist of Turner, a kindergarten teacher at Manchester Elementary School, in Manchester, has been selected to receive a $130 donation from Sonic…

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Cony High School Class of 2020, Top 10 announced

AUGUSTA — Cony High School has announced the Top 10 of the Class of 2020, as well as its graduates. Graduation is set for June…

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Maine 19th century Chief Justice Fuller still looking out for Maine

The statue of Maine Chief Justice Melville Fuller, in front of the Kennebec County Superior Courthouse on State Street in Augusta, is decked out for…

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UMA offers virtual info session on Advanced Graduate Substance Use Disorders certificate

AUGUSTA — The University of Maine at Augusta has a new Advanced Graduate Certificate in Substance Use Disorders, and will hold a virtual information session…

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What we see on our Maine road-less-traveled walks

In the midst of rapidly changing directives surrounding the cononavirus response, more people are taking walks around the roads less traveled — or even the…

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