Central Maine Newspapers

Kennebec Journal and Waterville Sentinel

VIDEO: Milfoil mappers on Horseshoe Pond

Waterville arts fest postponed till Sunday

WATERVILLE -- Due to a forecast of steady rain for Saturday morning and afternoon, the 40th Annual Waterville Intown Arts Fest has been postponed until Sunday, its organizers say.

Guardsmen don gas masks in Waterville

Another big snowstorm coming Monday


Another big snowstorm is coming to central Maine.

Forfeit changes hockey playoff field

The high school boys hockey Eastern A playoff field was shaken up Friday after Houlton-Hodgon of Eastern B was forced to forfeit a victory over Hampden Academy.

Franklin Savings employees help lost woman

FARMINGTON – Farmington Police Chief Richard Caton on Thursday was at Franklin Savings Bank to commend three employees for their compassionate response and actions when they aided a disorient

Somerset County arrests

IN ANSON, Monday at 7:10 a.m., Lucas Clark, 30, of Anson, arrested on a charge of domestic violence criminal threatening.

New Web sites for KJ, Sentinel debut today

New and improved versions of kjonline.com and onlinesentinel.com, the Web sites of the Kennebec Journal and Morning Sentinel, are scheduled to debut later today.

Snoop Dogg is sold out in Lewiston

LEWISTON, Maine (AP) — Fans of rapper Snoop Dogg snapped up 650 tickets remaining for his Lewiston show in 90 minutes.

Man jumps from Augusta bridge

Authorities from several agencies are searching the Kennebec River, after a person reportedly jumped from the Calumet Bridge in Augusta late Wednesday night.

Syndicate content