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Kennebec County Superior Court, Dec. 2-4, 2013
Albert J. Dipietro, 28, of Fairfield and formerly of Richmond, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, burglary of a motor vehicle, criminal mischief and operating under the influence April 4 in Chelsea; six-month jail sentence, 90-day license suspension, $500 fine, $556.95 restitution.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Norway hospital among Maine's best rural hospitals
Nine of 22 hospitals on the Leapfrog Group's 2013 Top Rural Hospitals list released this week were in Maine.
Vassalboro slaying suspect waives bail hearing
The man charged with murder in the Nov. 21 death of Thomas Namer agreed to be held without bail Thursday, and a judge ordered a mental evaluation during a brief hearing in Kennebec County Superior Court.
Waterville District Court
Michael Dalton Bryant, 26, Winslow, operating under the influence , driving to endanger, both on Aug. 17, 2013, both in Winslow; $575 fine, 30 day license suspension for both counts.
US News & World Report
10 Ways to Teach Your Kids to Be Savers
The personal saving rate of Americans is up a little since the end of the Great Recession 4.9 percent as of November but it's nowhere near the high teens of the mid-1970s.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Waterville votes to sell Old 470 Steam locomotive, elects new councilor
City councilors voted 3-3 Tuesday to sell the Old 470 Steam locomotive for $25,000 to New England Steam Corp., with Mayor Karen Heck breaking the tie in favor of selling.
Waterville man arrested after allegedly pushing girlfriend down...
A Winter Street man was arrested Monday night after he threw his girlfriend down a stairway and threatened neighbors with a knife, police said.
Employees control small fire at Waterville business
The cause of the small blaze was unknown as of 1:00 p.m., according to Lt. John Gromek of Waterville Fire.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Maine Compass: New England Steam wants to restore 470 in honor of Maine Central workers
A great deal of fear and misinformation has been generated during the hearings about the fate of Locomotive 470.
Old 470, councilor appointment on Waterville council agenda
City councilors tonight are expected to take a final vote on whether to sell the Old 470 steam engine to New England Steam Corp. for $25,000.
Divers search Kennebec River in Waterville for evidence in Vassalboro homicide
The State Police dive team was searching the Kennebec River today for evidence related to the Vassalboro homicide two weeks ago of Thomas Namer, 69, of Waterville.
Snow follows cold November, but warmer winter forecast in Maine
The first significant snowfall of the year followed a colder than normal November, but the longterm prediction still calls for a warmer than usual winter.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Wintry weather, but no major accidents in Augusta-Waterville area Sunday morning
Central Maine is expected to get as much as three inches of snow on Sunday, the first day of meteorological winter, according to the National Weather Service.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Waterville's Parade of Lights officially begins the holiday season
Photo by Jeff Pouland HERE COMES SANTA: Santa and Mrs. Claus wave to the crowd during the 8th annual Parade of Lights and opening of Kringleville on Friday night in downtown Waterville.
In Waterville area, Christmas shopping season off to a busy start
Black Friday shoppers in the Waterville area looked for early sales but said they are happy the states blue laws prevent stores from opening on the Thanksgiving holiday.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Couple from Strong buy Skowhegan's Strand Theater
NOW SHOWING: Misty and Matt Dexter are pictured as the film "Catching Fire" begins in the large theater at the Strand Theater in Skowhegan.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Slideshow: A turkey journey at Greaney's
Chris Frye of Waterville didn't necessarily go out of his way to find the perfect turkey for his family's Thanksgiving feast this year.
Augusta crack cocaine sales net NY man six years in prison
A New York man with a history of drug convictions in his home state will spend six years in prison for selling cocaine base this spring in Augusta.
Augusta tree-lighting festivities to be a singing, plunging extravaganza
A Grammy-nominated singer and Waterville native known internationally for her performances at over-the-top Christmas displays synced to her music will help light the city's holiday tree Saturday.
The Advertiser Democrat
Nelson Megna is winner of AARP Andrus Award for Community Service
AARP Maine has announced that retired educator and Portland resident Nelson Megna is the winner of the 2013 Andrus Award, named in honor of AARP's founder .