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Mid-Maine Technical Center seeing early success in Outdoor Leadership program

The program gives students an opportunity to learn skills that will prepare them both for the workforce and a four-year college program....

September 5, 2019

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Cycling event that celebrates Maine’s hidden gems coming to Head of Falls this weekend

BikeMaine is rolling out to Waterville this Saturday for its 7th annual ride that celebrates cycling, sustainability and, of course, the...

September 4, 2019

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Watching the river flow: Along the Kennebec, developers and residents are returning to the river

Anthony Gatti, a partner in North River Co., overlooking the Kennebec River, which is a visual focal point for the company’s Hathaway...

July 8, 2019

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Waterville’s Castonguay Square redesign concept to include walkways, gardens, plaza, green space

An architect’s rendering of the redesigned Castonguay Square. Morning Sentinel photo by Amy Calder Architects working on the park at the...

March 19, 2019

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BikeMaine route will span Waterville area and midcoast

PHOTO / MAUREEN MILLIKEN Head of Falls, which features Waterville’s Riverwalk, will be the site of the biker’s village for the...

February 21, 2019

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Castonguay Square redesign narrowed down to three concepts

About 50 people turned out Wednesday for a final workshop in Waterville to help synthesize what the park in the heart of downtown will look...

January 16, 2019

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Oakland, RSU 18 to provide recreational space for seniors

The former superintendent’s office at 41 Heath St. will become a gathering spot for the elderly from Belgrade, China, Oakland, Rome...

January 10, 2019

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Thomas College debuts new trails for students, Waterville community

The Sukeforth Family Trail System provides roughly 3 miles of running, walking and biking terrain. Two racers take part in the Terrier Trot...

October 14, 2018

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Waterville’s $1.5 million RiverWalk at Head of Falls open to the public

Donna and Leonard Dow and their grandson, Owen, rest on the steps of the amphitheater at the RiverWalk at Head of Falls in Waterville on...

September 18, 2018

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Fourth annual OakFest features food drive, new activities

Families gather and listen to live music during the fourth annual OakFest on Saturday in Oakland, part of a three day festival that...

July 28, 2018

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