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In downtown Hallowell, a therapy services provider takes over gallery space
A therapy services provider that has 100 employees across five locations has found room to grow through the acquisition of a 19th century, mixed-use downtown Hallowell building. “The new space is larger. That will give us the opportunity to grow,” said Ryan Gallant, founder and owner of Gallant Therapy Services,...
Chipotle agrees to pay $240K after closing store seeking union
Chipotle Mexican Grill has agreed to pay $240,000 to former employees as part of a settlement stemming from a complaint that the company violated federal law by closing a restaurant where workers wanted to unionize.Chipotle announced it was permanently closing its Augusta, Maine, location last year after workers filed a National Labor Relations Board petition for a union election. The NLRB later said the closure was illegal.The Maine location was the first in the chain to file a union petition. The settlement, released by union officials on Monday, states that two dozen employees will receive payments from Chipotle and they...
10 People Have Been Displaced by a House Fire in Waterville
No one was hurt in an early morning house fire in Waterville that has left 10 people homeless. The Waterville Fire Department responded to a house fire at 22 School Street just after 1:30 Monday morning. When crews arrived they found heavy fire on the second and third floors of the building. While they battled the blaze, members of the Waterville Police Department confirmed that all the occupants had exited the building safely.
Phew: Maine Dog Rescued After Falling Through Ice at Local Pond
I am ready to be a pet mom but I’m not ready for the emotional turmoil if anything ever happened to my fur baby. A family in Alna, Maine, experienced that fear over the weekend when they were faced with the terror of almost losing their dog when it fell through the ice at a local pond. I can only imagine the emotions that raced through them as they frantically tried to rescue their loved one.
Can You Help Solve the Mystery Behind This Rare Clock Made by a Mainer?
Okay, so check this out, ya'll. These guys posted on Facebook and are asking for our help with something extremely intriguing. Calling all clock enthusiasts! They need your expertise!. Have you ever come across a clock crafted by Samuel Aspinwall? Well, that's what brothers Dwight and Brian Aspinwall are asking,...
The Governors Restaurant in Waterville, Maine with photos & videos
Governor’s Restaurant and Bakery is located in Waterville, ME, and several other locations throughout Maine. About the Governor's Restaurant in Waterville. Betty Fletcher Lincoln & Gary Lincoln, the A team, manage the Waterville restaurant. They’re currently hiring, so If you want to work at one of Maine’s best restaurants as a prep cook, cook, or dishwasher, contact them today.
Made in Maine: Maine Crisp offers gluten free treat to Mainers
A popular Made in Maine cracker has a new home in Winslow. Maine Crisp says its state-grown ingredient keeps it healthy and gluten-free. "A Maine Crisp is a gluten-free specialty cracker. We use locally grown buckwheat as the base that's grown in Fort Kent on the Bouchard family farm," Maine Crisp founder Karen Getz said.
Class of 2027 Admitted to Colby
The College offers admission to its most diverse and academically talented class of first-year students. Colby has offered admission to 1,142 students to the Class of 2027, with selections made from a pool of nearly 17,800 candidates. The College admitted 6 percent of students who applied from the most competitive applicant pool in Colby’s history.
Maritime Energy recognized with 2022 Fleet Service Award for Safety
ROCKLAND — Maritime Energy has been awarded the 2022 Fleet Service Award from The Hanover Insurance Group for Two Million Safe Driving Miles in 2022 with One Traffic Incident. “The award stands as a testament to the company’s focus on safety and vigilance, which begins with the extraordinary team...
Fire Displaces Family of Ten
WATERVILLE -- A family of ten is displaced after a fire destroyed their home early this morning. Around 1:30 am, the Waterville fire department was dispatched to 22 School Street for a reported structure fire. Waterville Fire chief Shawn Esler says, "Upon arrival, they found a heavy fire on the...
Is Tony Really the Ugliest Statue In the Whole State of Maine?
They always say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Honestly, I'm banking on it. I have to continue to live in a world where my wife is super into chubby nerds who talk too much. Otherwise, I'm absolutely screwed. I think they call it imposter syndrome. Every single day, I feel like I'm about to be on an episode of Punk'd and my wife is totally in on the joke. But enough about my near-psychotic insecurities, haha.
Ken’s Place Opens Today
We speak with Dave Wilcox, owner of Ken’s Place. Keeping you informed about what is happening inside Augusta with the experts from Maine Policy Institute.
New opioid treatment center set to open in Manchester
Everest Recovery's new opioid treatment center in Manchester will join their other location in Saco, combating Maine's opioid epidemic when it officially opens next month. "We looked to be part of the solution in helping these folks who are struggling and who truly want to get," said Peter Morris, the CEO of Everest Recovery.
Trying to help others
During the season of Lent we observe the life and death of a man whose powerful words have a life of their own and whose spirit lives on – as we believe all of us live on beyond this life. You may think it is foolish to be part of a church body that believes in things you can't see, and gives away food and provides shelter to people you don't know in our rural community. How do we know they aren't just trying to take advantage of some kind of misguided, naive good will? Because we take their history, we know where they come from, their stories check out – and their stories are familiar to those of us who have had family members in trouble, or who have taught children from diverse backgrounds.
Alna passes pair of moratoriums
Alna voters at the annual town meeting Saturday, March 25 passed a moratorium on commercial or community solar energy facilities, and another on mineral extraction facilities and operations, First Selectman Ed Pentaleri said. Responding to email questions, Pentaleri said voters also updated the building code ordinance and agreed to put...
County Republicans meet
The Lincoln County Republican Committee (LCRC) had its monthly meeting on March 22 at the American Legion Hall in Damariscotta. It was well attended and well led by our newly elected officers: Patty Minerich, chair; Liliana Thelander, vice chair; Bill Morrison, secretary; Ron Cohen, treasurer; Jeanette Wheeler, state committee woman; and Joe Felice, state committee man.
Hardy Girls to Host Youth-Led Conferences
BANGOR - Maine-based nonprofit Hardy Girls is sending out a registration call for their annual "Be You Boldy!" Conferences. The conferences are a set of day-long events that are 100% planned and run by high school members of Hardy Girls Feminist Action Board. The events, which will be held in...
Men’s Crew Sweeps Competition in Final Day of Spring Training Trip
Gainesville, GA- Colby College Men’s Crew traveled down to Gainesville, Georgia to complete their spring training trip and compete in the John Ferris Lanier Sprints Regatta. The Mules competed with their Men’s Varsity 8 as well as their Men’s Varsity 4, finishing first in both races. In the Men’s Varsity 8 race, the Mules competed against a group of southern…
Historic church in Gardiner needs million-dollar repair job
GARDINER, Maine — The hilltop may be the highest spot in the village of Gardiner, a steep climb from the downtown and the Kennebec River. That may be why Sylvester Gardiner, a wealthy doctor and landowner from Boston, chose the hilltop to build the first Episcopal church in Maine in 1771.
One Of The Best Amphitheaters In America Is In Central Maine
Despite the state’s sparse population, Maine has always been lucky enough to host at least a few major touring musical acts each year. Over the last decade, or so, this has really ramped up. While we may not see all that many top 40 or hip hop acts, we get a visit from nearly every major country and rock tour each year.
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