1 hr ago
'Astronomy for Everyone' in Lewiston
Astrophysicist Kevin Manning presents "Astronomy for Everyone: Size and Scale of the Universe" at the Lewiston Public Library on Thursday.
8 hrs ago
Bangor Daily News
Central Maine Healthcare partners with Massachusetts General to treat cancer patients
Marguerite Marston, 59, of Bridgton was treated for leukemia through a partnership between Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston and Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
12 hrs ago
The Advertiser Democrat
Cancun, coffee mugs and courage
Growing up in South Paris, Maine, Marlene Young, 41, has lived an adventure filled life full of animals, eloping, and laughter.
16 hrs ago
Twin City Times
Enough is Enough: College material, hospital debt and welfare expansion
Enough is enough. The following is a list of our local lawmakers that are holding up meaningful welfare reform.
20 hrs ago
County unveils state-of-the-art dispatch center
Bob Levesque, an E-911 dispatcher for the Androscoggin County Sheriff's Department, responds to a call inside the newly updated center in Auburn.
Wed May 22, 2013
Music video shot at local fire scenes
If you haven't seen the new Pallaso & The Mess video, you clearly don't spend enough time on the Internet.
Property auction a sign of Lewiston's real estate woes
All six properties on the auction block Wednesday morning were good ones at one time, according to landlord Sean Watkins.
Woodpecker listens for bugs in Lewiston
A pileated woodpecker searches for bugs in a tree at Bates College on Wednesday afternoon.
Lewiston targets fake pot, bath salts
Police are calling for local rules that ban so-called bath salts and other synthetic drugs, closing a gap in federal and state rules.
Tue May 21, 2013
City man walks when alleged victim won't talk in fork stabbing incident
Tony Leonard, left, and his attorney, Henry Griffin, listen to Assistant District Attorney Lisa Bogue during opening statements Monday in Androscoggin County Superior Court in Auburn.
Sun May 19, 2013
Augusta District Court, May 9-15, 2013
Brian Berrick, 46, of Augusta, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and violating condition of release, both Feb.
The Whole Scoop: Name says it all as new flavors and traditional delights mix it up
Two beef patties with cheese, topped with homemade coleslaw, onion rings and fried pickles on a toasted bun, make up The Whole Scoop Burger at The Whole Scoop in Lewiston.
Visions of 9/11, jailbreaks, accidents, unexplained answers,...
When I was a boy of 8 or 9, I had a dream that I met a pretty girl on the beach.
Cadets place flags on veterans' graves in Lewiston
Maine Army Cadets Owen Murray, left, and Michael Gordon, eighth-graders at Auburn Middle School, salute after placing a flag on a veteran's headstone at St.
Municipal health and safety codes not being enforced
The horrific downtown fires have once again put the spotlight on the housing situation in downtown Lewiston.
Fri May 17, 2013
Bliss Thru Shopping: Sears(iously) cool
It was a sad day last January when Sears closed. The department store had been a local institution since 1935 and a Lewiston Mall staple since the late 1970s.
Seven businesses honored at annual L-A dinner
Forage Market co-owners Cody LaMontagne, center, and Allen Smith, right, visit with Jimmy Simones shortly after they were awarded a 2013 Lewiston Economic Achievement Award at the Lewiston Auburn Growth Council's annual awards dinner Thursday night at the Ramada in Lewiston.
Thu May 16, 2013
Semmonella's Dream of Playing Football in College is Fulfilled with NCSA Athletic Recruiting
James Semmonella's commitment to Bates College was a decision he knew would shape more than just his college career, but the foundation for his next forty years.
Wed May 15, 2013
Legislators want to know if business tax breaks are effective
Over the past 50 years, Maine's legislators and governors have added millions of dollars in tax breaks for businesses without ever doing the detailed analysis to find out which are effective and which are wasteful.
Tue May 14, 2013
Man charged with making bomb threats at Mall of America, MSP airpo
A Maine man was indicted Tuesday for making bomb threats at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and the Mall of America, the U.S. Attorney's Office said.