Yesterday at 9:08 PM

Central Maine members of FirstPark in Oakland debate its worth Several photos included in this story

After 15 years the business center hasn’t come close to paying off taxpayers.

Database: Municipal Investment in FirstPark, 1999-2013

Yesterday at 8:20 PM

BOSTON MARATHON: Hometown favorite Flanagan wants win

Marblehead, Mass., resident Flanagan wants to be first U.S. winner since 1985.

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April 20, 2014

April 18

‘Noah’ ... singin’ in the rain

“Raindrops keep falling on my head.”

April 16

Authors to give workshop at Gardiner Public Libary

GARDINER — A workshop with authors John Ford and Mark Nickerson will take place from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 29, at Gardiner Public Library’s Hazzard Reading Room, 152 Water St.

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Starting Monday our sports desk will be breaking down all your favorite spring high school sports.

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Top Stories

Augusta’s Howard Hill quiet getaway in heart of city

Several photos included in this story Video clip included The property will be given to the city under a deal negotiated by the Kennebec Land Trust.

Asian beetles threaten livelihood of Maine’s American Indians

Basket makers say the emerald ash borer, the most destructive forest pest ever seen in North America, is on a collision course with Maine’s oldest cultural art form.

126th Legislature recesses with clear winners and losers

Despite veto battles on the horizon, lawmakers can say they’ve managed to make some Mainers’ lives better.

Dogs compete in agility competition in West Gardiner

Several photos included in this story Agility Central of Maine held one of its biannual agility competitions Saturday at Shamrock Stables.

Unity’s wet and muddy conditions ideal for Trail Day

Several photos included in this story Workers divert water away from public walkways.

The snow’s disappearing, and I don’t know how to feel about it

After facing a different challenge seemingly every day for close to four months, Adrian Crawford isn’t used to conditions outdoors being so ... easy.

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.

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18 colleges ranked ‘green’ in northern New England

Maine has seven green colleges, including one, College of the Atlantic, which received a top score.

Action heavy at Kennebunk table tennis tourney

Several photos included in this story Video clip included Dozens of competitors from Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts battle it out at a tournament sponsored by the Kennebunk Recreation Department.

Bill Nemitz: Maine soldier’s memorial reminds us that battles continue

Veterans carry heavy burdens even after wars officially end.

Do corporate incentives work? It’s a matter of opinion

A state’s enticement is just one of many factors involved in a company’s choice of a location.

Kennebec Journal police log

Augusta area police reports for April 19, 2014.

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