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Forgot password? Subscribe now. Subscribe. Kennebec Journal. The ePaper is a digital replica of the printed paper, available on your desktop, laptop, tablet and smartphone. Available to subscribers. Open ePaper. Central Maine July 24 police log. Devlin was hired as Kennebec County's first administrator, after he lobbied the Maine State Legislature Gardiner group wanted 8 tonight allow counties the independent authority to hire professional managers without seeking permission from state lawmakers.
Vienna hall to reopen with fundraising concert. Central Maine Daily Headlines. up and get top stories to begin the day delivered to your inbox at 5 a. Augusta: What do you want in your next city manager? The new city manager is unlikely to be hired by the time William Bridgeo retires from his post in September. Central Maine July 23 police log. Gardiner wastewater treatment upgrades are underway. Richmond Nights is reduced in scope from the usual Richmond Days, but will still offer similar fun for the whole family.
Jeffrey Ramich, who started his new position on July 1, said he is ready for a new challenge after years of a career focus on athletics. Former China man found guilty in sexual exploitation, abuse trial. Jared Jandreau Gardiner group wanted 8 tonight found guilty on 22 counts for getting a woman to take and send him sexually explicit images of Gardiner group wanted 8 tonight 6-year-old girl and one for solicitation of gross sexual assault.
Pittston Fair in full swing on opening day, crowds expected to rise over the weekend. The Pittston Fair returned Thursday in full-gear, giving participants a sense of community. Malinowski elected to Pittston Select Board. A special election also took place in Richmond, with a citizen's petition to amend the Land Use Ordinance to allow individual well and septic systems for developments defeated at the polls. Central Maine July 22 police log. Washington library to showcase artwork by Palermo artist. DHHS campaign encourages safe storage of medications.
Damariscotta museum celebrates local Disney illustrator. Agency compiles resource for bottlenecked foodservice businesses. Readfield society releases new history book. Central Maine July 21 police log. Readfield kicking off food recycling program Saturday. A total of high quality composting buckets will be available during the event, which will also feature a food drive for the Maranacook Food Pantry.
Augusta woman says man repeatedly asked her to take, send sexually explicit images of girl. Jared Jandreau, formerly of China, is on trial on 23 counts of sexual crimes involving children. Police seize 4 pounds of cocaine disguised as a cake in stop on I in Gardiner. Now in her third term, Maryann White said she's reing from the City Council because she and her husband are selling their house and leaving Gardiner.
Dana Wilde: Tall meadow rue, or the ambiguities. Nature has an array of exceptions to every named category, writes Dana Wilde, whether plants or processes or people. Job Corps offers career training to youth. Charlotte Warren after social media post. A comment on the now-deleted Facebook of Rep. Charlotte Warren, suggesting that straight, white men are too emotional to be in politics, has sparked protests, but some fellow legislators are defending her free speech rights.
Prosecutor says texts show former China man repeatedly sought sexually explicit images. Defense attorneys argue that emoji, in text messages between Jared Jandreau and Jessica Cox, that were not preserved by state computer crimes experts mean the intent of the texters can't be fully determined. Central Maine July 20 police log. Winthrop library to celebrate author Kerri Arsenault.
Cony High School recognizes honor students. The lecture is about early trading posts in central Maine along the Kennebec River; a meet and greet is set for July Wildlife habitat program to host tree, plant ID workshop. Former China man on trial for 23 counts of child sex offenses.
Jared Jandreau's co-defendant, Jessica Cox, pleaded guilty to similar charges and was sentenced to serve five years in prison. Central Maine July 19 police log. Hallowell Food Pantry director reflects on starting job amid pandemic. Vicky Gabrion began working for the pantry in late January, after 22 years as a school nurse for the Maranacook Area Schools. Central Maine July 18 police log. Augusta Board of Education updates school dress code, drawing fresh concerns.
Paraders show their Pride in Hallowell on Saturday. Musician Martin Swinger left lasting impact in Maine and beyond. From Johnson Hall,' for nine years in Gardiner. Central Maine July 17 police log. Gardiner group wanted 8 tonight Richmond town Gardiner group wanted 8 tonight has deep family roots in community. Laurisa Loon was appointed to the role at the end of June, but has been the interim town manager since March. LifeFlight responds to motorcycle accident in Mount Vernon. Plane safely lands despite landing gear malfunction at Augusta State Airport.
Federal Aviation Administration officials are investigating incident, in which no injuries were reported. Robert 'Bucky' Bodge said he will still be able to make 'responsible' decisions as a selectboard member. Gardiner Public Library follows growing trend in suspending late fees for books. The move comes as more public libraries across central Maine and the country recognize that imposing late fees is an equity issue.
Central Maine July 16 police log. The public nine-hole golf course, located on state Route 3 in Augusta, was offered at auction by Keenan Auction Company after a deal to sell the property fell through earlier this year. Pittston residents to vote for new Select Board member Tuesday.
Kerri Malinowski and Adam Towle are vying for to fill the seat ly held by Fred Kimball, who reed from the post in May, during Tuesday's special election. Richmond selectman arrested on charge of drunken driving. Robert Bodge, chairperson of Richmond's Board of Selectmen, was arrested Wednesday for operating a vehicle under the influence and failing to stop for law enforcement.
Central Maine July 15 police log. Maine State Library reopens in temporary quarters in Augusta. The smaller space means computer usage requires a reservation, and a majority of the library's collection is stored offsite but can be retrieved and made available at the new State St. Fire that destroyed portable outhouse in Richmond intentionally set.
A portable toilet at the Richmond Utilities District construction site burned to the ground, fire officials said. Warrants lead to drug bust in Augusta. Four men were arrested after a search Tuesday of a Water Street apartment building. Liz Soares: A bag lady, and proud of it. The coronavirus-delayed Gardiner group wanted 8 tonight on plastic bags now in effect, writes Liz Soares, which is a welcome change that will pay environmental dividends. Central Maine July 14 police log.
Photos: A creature-filled return in Gardiner. Drew Desjardins's "Mr. Drew and His Animals Too" presentation was the first event to take place in the Gardiner Public Library's Children's Room since closures began as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. State library reopens at temporary location. Bicentennial series continues with lecture on French privateers. Residents weigh in on equity, access in Hallowell. A group tasked with identifying areas of improvement for inclusion, diversity, equity and access within the city presented its report to the Hallowell City Council Monday night.
Central Maine July 13 police log. Gardiner Area High School names top 10 graduates. Damariscotta-Newcastle rotary recognizes community members. With food insecurity expected to continue increasing, Augusta Food Bank offers supermarket-style service. Augusta and Manchester residents are now able to select their food, including meat, dairy, produce and other staples. Central Maine July 12 police log. Gardiner officials kick off city manager search. With the help of a consultant, the search for Gardiner's top administrative official begins this week, including a Gardiner group wanted 8 tonight for residents to give input at a workshop.
Poles and red paint at Augusta crosswalks aim to boost pedestrian safety. Temporary installation of "bump-outs," if successful, could be replaced with permanent changes, officials said.
Colonial reenactors, history buffs, kids, and firefighters all in the mix for games, food and festivities Sunday. Wall heater catches fire at Augusta duplex. A resident had placed sheets or other materials on the wall heater because she did not think it would be operational in the summer, officials say.
Most volunteers from years are back and have dedicated much time to reopening the fair for this year, a fair official said. Central Maine July 11 police log.
Hallowell Pride Alliance to host 2nd parade Saturday. We encourage anyone that wants to participate to show up and us," the vice president of the Hallowell Pride Alliance said. Paddlers, some four-legged, race on Washington Pond.
Casual summertime event brings paddlers and spectators to scenic Washington spot. Central Maine July 10 police log. Lincoln County committee to host legislators. Whitefield library reschedules used book and yard sale. Central Maine July 9 police log. Elsa downgraded to a post-tropical storm, but flash flood watch in effect for central Maine.
Augusta and Waterville areas are on a flash flood watch until Saturday morning and, at a minimum, could expect one-and-a-half inches of rain. Live music returns to historic Readfield Union Meeting House. Hallowell-area school district uses additional state money to reduce town contributions to budget. Mayor George Lapointe said the city has not set a date for a public hearing on the agreement, and it is not on the agenda for the July 12 Hallowell City Council meeting. Hetones damaged by fallen tree at historic Gardiner churchyard.
Maple tree estimated at years old split during Tuesday's storm, damaging historic hetones that volunteers have been working for years to reassemble and put Gardiner group wanted 8 tonight where they belong. Central Maine July 8 police log. Winthrop High recognizes honor students. Gardiner groups to host public input meeting on Heart of Gardiner plan. People who live or work in Gardiner, as well as visitors, are invited to share their ideas for a vibrant downtown area at a July 14 meeting — part of an effort to draft a Gardiner group wanted 8 tonight master plan for the next decade.
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