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It's been years in the making... and with the help of local businesses. [Read More]
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As his father Thomas McLennan held him up Sunday, Mason McLennan, 2, watched with mouth open while steam billowed from a black train against a... [Read More]
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​The Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway Museum is celebrating both the past and future during its Annual Picnic this weekend. Activities will be happening all... [Read More]
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A broken headlight remains on the side of the road Sunday afternoon at the scene of a fatal crash early that morning on Augusta Road... [Read More]
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Police say the car veered off a Winslow road early Sunday, killing the driver and trapping his passengers. [Read More]
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A Waterville man has died after a single vehicle crash early Sunday morning in Winslow, according to Winslow Police. Chief Shawn O'Leary wit... [Read More]
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a woman and an infant - are injured in the Augusta Road accident. [Read More]
A Waterville man has died and a woman and infant have been injured in a crash in car crash in Winslow. Police say 52-year-old... [Read More]
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Police say the driver, 53-year-old Gabriel Staurt of Waterville was found dead at the scene, and that 29-year-old Tiffany Hulburt of Waterville and an infant... [Read More]
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In his veto statement, Nick Isgro warns that such a referendum would invite "dark money funded influence peddlers" into the city. [Read More]
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The Waterville City Council voted unanimously Monday to advance the process of transforming Main and Front Streets into two-way traffic roads. [Read More]
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Councilors push back, saying the criticism is just the latest in divisive rhetoric from the Republican mayor. [Read More]
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An estimated 10,000 people came out for the 26th annual Taste of Waterville. [Read More]
The Bill & Joan Alfond Main Street Commons in downtown Waterville will soon see students and faculty moving in, reports the Morning Sentinel Aug. 7."It's exciting to... [Read More]
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