Amy Calder

Amy Calder

Staff Writer

acalder@centralmaine.com
@AmyCalder17

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Latest Articles by Amy Calder


April 19, 2014

Maine Film Center honored for community service by Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce

The Waterville-based nonprofit group owns Railroad Square Cinema and organizes the Maine International Film Festival.


April 18, 2014

Waterville police seek public’s help identifying jewelry thief

Two wedding bands, with a total value of $5,000, were taken from L. Tardif Jeweler Store on Tuesday, police said.


April 17, 2014

Police: Vassalboro man bit girlfriend’s ear until it bled

Benjamin Lajoie, 23, of 1321 Cross Hill Road, Vassalboro, was charged outside Champions nightclub in Waterville with domestic violence assault.


April 17, 2014

Waterville man charged with smashing downtown window

Police said Lance Huff, 37, of 58 Old Main St., Fairfield, was arrested Wednesday.


April 16, 2014

Waterville tax rate hike sparks heated debate

A Waterville lawyer told the council that the city is facing a financial crisis, but Mayor Karen Heck said numbers are misleading.


April 15, 2014

Summit says Waterville neighborhoods to get natural gas this year

Residents should get two weeks’ notice before the feeder pipes are installed, according to Summit’s business development director.


April 15, 2014

Winslow man charged with domestic assault

Justin Buker was charged in both Waterville and Winslow after allegedly assaulting his girlfriend in a Kennedy Memorial Drive parking lot, then fleeing from the scene.


April 14, 2014

Gas company to update Waterville council on pipeline plans

Official with Summit Natural Gas says the goal is to provide natural gas to 80 percent of the city.


April 10, 2014

Waterville police arrest man over stolen $400 gift card

A warrant for Peter Corson resulted in an armed police response to a Spring Street apartment building Thursday.


April 9, 2014

Waterville councilors eye budget cost-cutting

The proposed $38.4 million municipal and school budget for 2014-15 is about $1.1 million more than the $37.2 million budget for 2013-14.