Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Waterville city councilors voted 5-1 on Tuesday to approve a proposed $20.3 million school budget for 2013-14, sending the budget to voters for final approval June 11.
The Waterville Board of Education on Monday night voted 6-0 to approve a proposed $20.3 million school budget for 2013-14.
Ernest Almeida, 31, of Waterville, was in jail in New Haven, Conn., on Monday, and authorities said they hope to bring him back to Maine where he faces up to five years in prison on one of the charges.
Waterville city councilors on Tuesday will consider a deal with private recycling firm, Shredding on Site, to establish a drop-off program for residents at 46 Armory Road that would be similar to the one Skills Recycling operates now.
About 50 veterans, firefighters, police officers, Knights of Columbus, Elks and others turned out for a wreath-laying ceremony in Waterville Sunday, during which uniformed officials laid wreaths at stones representing their respective groups.
Erica Ricker, 29; Heather Spaulding, 28; Marcella Coffin, 23; and Lacey Wilson, 27, all of Waterville, were charged with disorderly conduct fighting Sunday, following two disturbances.
The Bull Moose store at Elm Plaza in Waterville is bursting at the seams and plans to expand this summer into the former Mr. Paperback space next door.
A stranger's gesture reminds me that in a world where so many bad things happen every day, there are people who are good and thoughtful and kind.
Take care of your community, your country and the planet, an acclaimed environmental educator, writer and scholar told Unity College seniors Saturday.
Five people were taken to a hospital early Saturday evening after a two-vehicle collision on Route 150 in Skowhegan.