Friday, December 13, 2013
The Pittsfield-based Bossov Ballet Theatre is undergoing changes with artistic director Andrei Bossov’s return to Russia in August and the retirement of executive director Michael Wyley.
Dana Bushee Hernandez, Michael Owens and Eric Poirier are candidates to be named to the Ward 6 seat by the council formerly held by Eliza Mathias.
The downtown will be sparkling with lights Friday night as the 44th annual holiday parade starts the holiday season in the city and Kringleville opens at a new location.
The Thayer Center for Health on North Street is undergoing a $16 million renovation project that will include moving some MaineGeneral Health operations in other areas of the city and Fairfield to the building.
New England Steam wants to restore engine, move it to Ellsworth and use it for Downeast Scenic Railroad excursions
City councilors tonight will consider taking final votes to sell the Old 470 steam locomotive to New England Steam Corp. for $25,000.
More than 300 child victims of sexual abuse have been helped by the Children’s Advocacy Center of Kennebec & Somerset Counties since it opened on Chase Avenue in May 2012.
Augusta residents Stephen Dingus and his uncle, James Dingus, both 31, may also be connected to Kennebec, Lincoln county crimes
Amalia and Mark McConnell say all 60 family members were safe, but Super Typhoon Haiyan destroyed their 20 homes.
Dale Poulin’s landlord said Wednesday that he had spoken earlier with Poulin’s father who said his son had undergone plastic surgery.