Skowhegan Outdoors organizes cross-country skiing clinic to get people outdoors, Unease in Thorndike as marijuana business, resident thought their deal was done, Survey says: Organic farmers making most of pandemic, Unity, Pittsfield-based school districts report COVID-19 cases, Amy Calder: Reveling in winter snow and ice, Skowhegan Area Middle School changing class schedule, sports rules, Principal at Atwood Primary School has WINing approach, Waterville invited to apply for grant that could lead to $400,000, Mid-Maine Technical Center in Waterville reports case of COVID-19, Selectwoman, resident want to keep land in China for use as park, Skowhegan Outdoors to offer January activities, Training to support caregivers raising nonverbal children to be offered virtually Jan. 12, Belgrade epidemiologist to talk about COVID-19 via Zoom Jan. 14, Red pines to be harvested on Farmington hospital campus, Carrabec school board to survey teachers about remote learning, Dam replacement project between drinking water ponds completed in Skowhegan, Fairfield-area high school declares COVID-19 outbreak, Skowhegan Middle reports positive case, Former Waterville pot store owner pleads guilty in federal drug, firearms case, Liz Soares: Silver linings of power outages, Hall-Dale sophomore to virtually perform Jan. 7, 8 with 2020 All-National Honor Ensembles, Webinars on selling meat, poultry planned for Jan. 20, 21, Council hires Stephen J. Daly as Waterville’s new city manager, Thorndike-based RSU 3 postpones return to four-day, in-person learning, Two-year-old boy shot in Waterville remains hospitalized, With increasing food insecurity, new phase of national program a relief to Winslow, other providers, Man charged in Unity arson has history with victim, court documents say, Whitefield man charged after multi-vehicle crash on I-95 Tuesday morning, Youth environmental leaders scholarship open to Maine students, Viles Arboretum‘s Table Tour 2021 set for Feb. 7, 30 kids waiting for Big Brothers, Big Sisters to be their ‘One to One in 2021’, Waterville planners approve plan for police firearms training range, Officials provide no update on 2-year-old shooting victim’s condition, Fairfield- and Unity-based school districts report COVID-19 infections, CentralMaine.com’s most-read stories of 2020, Vivienne Prime first baby of 2021 in Waterville area, Year In Review: Unity College makes major changes, Waterville boy, 2, in critical condition after shooting, Year in review: ‘Forever chemicals’ contaminate Fairfield wells, The Good Crust rolls out the dough in Skowhegan, New vegetable varieties topic of Jan. 13 webinar, State, local police investigate Waterville shooting, Five adults injured in single-vehicle New Portland crash, Snowstorm hits central Maine, Waterville expecting upward of 8 inches of snow, Santa, Mrs. Claus deliver Christmas meals at Skowhegan parish, Master Gardener Volunteers program to begin March 1, Morning Sentinel year in review: COVID-19 outbreak at Madison nursing home highlights insidiousness of virus, Waterville had a busy 2020, with new construction, a mayoral election and a pandemic, Waterville Planning Board to eye final plan for police firing range, Two injured in early morning Skowhegan crash, Augusta Fire Department starts COVID-19 vaccinations for local public safety workers, Fire damages former Waterville United Way office, future audiology site, Waterville announces parking ban Jan. 2, 3, Unity man charged with attempted murder, arson in mobile home fire, Vaccine one more defense for workers on frontlines of COVID-19, Oakland’s FirstPark finishes 2020 strong with $1.9 million sale, Unity-based RSU 3 announces two COVID-19 cases, Thrift store opens to support Skowhegan Free Public Library, Maine road deaths up in 2020 despite fewer motorists amid pandemic, Waterville Area Soup Kitchen receives $10,000 gift, Puritan steps up for Piscataquis Regional Food Center with $20,000 donation, Northern Light Inland Hospital receiving $100,000 to cover COVID-19 losses, Former Thorndike selectman covers New York Mets baseball from 400 miles away, Encouraged by generosity during the pandemic, central Maine food banks optimistic for 2021, Farmington man injured in Monday night crash in Fairfield, State Fire Marshal’s office investigating rash of Unity fires, Damariscotta’s Inn Along the Way fundraiser set for New Year’s Day, Livestock nutrition webinars to begin Jan. 13, Wilton play museum shares 2020 news, first 2021 event, more, Sappi receives sustainability award for money-saving environmental project at Somerset Mill, Skowhegan-based, Fairfield-based school districts report COVID-19 cases, Waterville Starbucks closed due to COVID-19, Sidney, Fairfield students honored for work on COVID-19 frontlines in food stores, Business transition workshop for farmers planned for January, 43 Main St. in Oakland buzzing with Buddies Groceries, Oakland Pharmacy, Maine professional drivers, supporting companies take part in Wreaths Across America, Former Waterville mayor, longtime Thomas College professor Nelson Madore dies at 77, Central Maine restaurants experienced a Christmas Day like no other, Maine’s Children’s Home close to reaching $100,000 goal, Poetry-themed Valentine’s event set for Feb. 13, 14, Central Maine Dec. 24 and Dec. 25 police log, Fentanyl, cocaine seized in Madison traffic stop, Not so treacherous Christmas storm hits central Maine, Veterans’ Homelessness Prevention Coordination Program funding available, Christmas meals served curbside by Unity food pantry, Fairfield-, Unity-area school districts report more cases of COVID-19, Warm, windy and wet Christmas forecast for central Maine region, Vassalboro crafters giving wares to those who cannot afford holiday gifts, Moderna vaccine given to health care workers in Central Maine amid case surge, Public Theatre revisits production history of ‘A Christmas Carol’, Unity food pantry moves up curbside Christmas dinner service a day earlier, Central Maine hospitals receive hundreds of doses of Moderna vaccine for COVID-19, Kennebec Valley Community College receives $1 million gift from Lunder Foundation, Norridgewock man arrested after high-speed chase in Madison, police say, Annual Central Maine Family Christmas Dinner in Waterville canceled over pandemic, fundraising trouble, Sisters of St. Joseph invite all to pray for new beginning, Central Maine Schools taking advantage of rapid COVID-19 testing, Skowhegan center awards students leadership certificates, Dixon named to Davis & Elkins College dean’s list, Appeal of Dunkin’ move to Unity’s downtown denied, Head-on collision in Hinckley section of Fairfield injures 2 people, Luminaries light up Waterville on the winter solstice, Skowhegan man pleads guilty to child pornography-related charges, Vassalboro Community School, Erskine Academy go remote due to lack of bus drivers, Speed cited as main factor in double-fatal accident in Waterville in November, Interstate 95 on-ramp to be closed Tuesday night in Waterville, Photos: Santa and Mrs. Claus set to deliver in Fairfield, KV Connect exceeds Giving Tuesday goal to benefit Educare Central Maine, Benton girl, 16, completes big game ‘grand slam’ in 6 months, Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Waterville receives $8,000 donation, Jackman’s Community Health Advisory Team seeks help for paramedic program, Waterville youth center hands out 1,000 holiday meal bags, Fairfield woman recalls past chemical contamination as state continues ‘forever chemical’ testing of wells, Waterville Rotary Club announces Dine Around Town Raffle winners, more, Waterville Rotary Auction benefits Educare Central Maine Lab School, Learning Hub, Bangor parish to offer signed Masses Sundays for deaf community, Colby, Unity colleges provide freezer storage to Maine CDC for Pfizer vaccine, Rocky the kitten recovering well in Norridgewock after surgeries, St. Michael students donate items to Augusta Food Bank, Somerset tech center creates welding program at Madison Area Memorial High School, Tail end of East Coast snowstorm spreads light snow over central Maine, WesArts Kennebec on Fire project is opening a request for proposals, Central Maine school districts report more cases of COVID-19, MaineGeneral medical doctor describes vaccination as quick, painless, Mother of Ayla Reynolds still seeking answers 9 years after child’s disappearance from Waterville home, Golden announces nominees for U.S. Service Academies, Waterville council approves $282,809 contract for downtown project overseer, Wreaths Across America convoy stops in Winslow, MaineGeneral gets 775 doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, Skowhegan Outdoors to offer activities Dec. 19-30, Maine Veterans’ Cemetery System, Wreaths Across America plan wreath event, State bureaus add new Mental Health Resources webpage, Sweet Dreams Project gives Christmas gifts to 500 children in central Maine, MaineGeneral in Augusta to get its first vaccine shipment Tuesday, Thomas College allocates $1.5 million from Alfond grant to Jobs for Maine’s Graduates program, Benton Elementary School reports another positive case of COVID-19, Waterville council eyes overseer for downtown traffic project, chickens, short term rentals, Father-daughter team builds 6-foot snowman in Oakland, Erskine students, faculty give $600 to the Maine Children’s Home for Little Wanderers, Messalonskee Middle School in Oakland shifts to remote learning after COVID-19 case, The Ice Cream Shoppe in Skowhegan uses donations to provide Christmas gifts for families, The Ice Cream Shoppe expanding into Oakland, On the Edge: How to be funny during dark times, J.P. Devine Podcast: What I want for Christmas, Power of Faith: Waterville Rabbi Rachel Isaacs says pandemic shines light on being thankful to God, Winter Solstice Luminary Project to include Waterville students, families, Bishop names new director of the Office of Hispanic Ministry, Waterville-area health professionals say getting outside this winter is especially important, Waterville’s Quarry Road Trails ramping up for winter season, Fairfield day care reports four cases of COVID-19, Amy Calder: Cats make perfect pandemic partners, Blaine House holiday display honors resilience of Maine people amidst COVID-19, Sidney arts academy holding virtual art sale Dec. 11-20, Maine Environmental Education Association distributes $100K to schools statewide, Lewiston theater to offer free video recording of ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas, Survey identifies 237 sites where pollution affected water quality of Belgrade-area Great Pond, Bike and ski shop opens in downtown Waterville, Musical family takes Oakland-based RSU 18 chorus international, Holiday music collection featuring Maine artists available, Four people die as mob incited by Trump storms Capitol in attempt to stop confirmation of Biden’s election, Maine reports grim new records: 41 more deaths and 782 cases, Citing COVID-19 cases, Hallowell’s Liberal Cup closes for a week, Four months after taking over Boynton’s Market, couple look to sell Hallowell store. 1! 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