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Augusta, Waterville area bridge, cribbage results
Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel
AUGUSTA — Augusta duplicate bridge club winners for Wednesday were: north/south — David Bourque and Su Morrison, Paul Sherman and Paul Mitnik, and Ron Atwood and George Dumas; east/west — Ron Cote and Nancy Lindgren, Fred Letourneau ...



WCSH-TV
Volunteers place flags on graves of fallen soldiers in Augusta
WCSH-TV
AUGUSTA, Maine (NEWS CENTER) - It's Memorial Day Weekend - and to honor those who gave the ultimate sacrifice, over 100 volunteers met at the Veterans' Memorial Ceremony in Augusta to place flags on tombstones. It's a simple gesture – make a hole ...

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Kennebec Journal May 26 police log
Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel
1:25 p.m., a 26-year-old Augusta woman was issued a summons charging her with possession of hypodermic apparatuses following a motor vehicle stop on Water Street. 1:59 p.m., a 23-year-old Augusta woman was issued a summons on Cony Road ...


Augusta councilors approve $59.3 million budget
Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel
AUGUSTA — City councilors on Thursday approved a $59.3 million budget, which is expected to increase taxes by just under 3 percent. Councilors narrowly rejected a last-minute proposal from At-large Councilor Corey Wilson to give $110,000 to the Police ...

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Augusta case shows contempt toward faith
Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel
Toni Richardson, an employee of the Augusta School Department, “was disciplined by the school department after trying to offer words of encouragement to a co-worker, who also attends her church, by telling him she would pray for him” (“Augusta ed tech ...

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