Tuesday Dec 10
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Umfk's Community Education Department unveils Rural U portfolio of Early College Education programs
The University of Maine at Fort Kent's Community Education Department today unveiled a major re-branding of its signature early college education programs whose emphasis is to build college aspirations among Maine's high school students living in rural areas of the state.
Winslow High grad's Super Bowl ad dreams still alive
Voting has ended, but finalist Lucie Amundsen doesn't yet know whether her message encouraging egg buyers to "get locally laid" will win commercial competition.
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.
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Police search Kennebec River for Vassalboro homicide clues
Maine State Police dive teams took to the Kennebec River on Monday searching for evidence relating to a recent Vassalboro homicide .
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.
School credit recovery class keeping Oakland, Waterville, Winslow students on track
The after-school, 15 week class aims to help students graduate by offering a chance to make up a failed English credit.
Winslow man arrested after police say he shot at vehicles with BB gun
A Clinton Avenue man was arrested after police said he damaged several vehicles when he shot a BB gun at them and other passing cars from his attic window Wednesday night.
Area police officers to offer free memberships to Alfond youth center
Area police officers say they daily meet with children who have witnessed violence, are homeless or are ignored at home.
Waterville police say man carrying rifle identified, not a threat
The man who was carrying a rifle near the Two-Cent Bridge Monday night called police Tuesday morning and was not considered a threat to public safety, according to police.
Waterville man shot in face reportedly improving in Boston hospital
The man police said accidentally shot part of his face off last week with a high-powered hunting rifle is reportedly is improving at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.