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The capital of Maine, Augusta had only about 18,000-plus inhabitants as of 2000, and it was the third-smallest state capital in the United States, behind Montpelier, Vermont, and Pierre, South Dakota. Situated along the Kennebec River, Augusta happens to be home to the University of Maine at Augusta. Some notable residents of Augusta over the years have included people like Senator James G. Blaine, who lost the chance to represent the Republican Party in the 1876 Presidential election to Rutherford B. Hayes.

Population: 18560
Local Newspapers: Kennebec Journal
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Local Colleges: University of Maine at Augusta

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Augusta News
Shutdown forces delay of hearings on Trump offshore drilling plan

The Trump administration has postponed public hearings scheduled this week for its controversial offshore drilling plan because of the partial government shutdown. The hearings were scheduled, Monday through Thursday, in Augusta, Maine; Baton Rouge, La.; Anchorage, Alaska; Concord, N.H.; Boston; Montgomery, Ala.; and Providence, R.I. "A lapse in funding means that a number of government activities have ceased due to a lack of appropriated funding and because a number of employees have been temporarily furloughed," the Interior Department's Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, the agency in charge of the offshore leasing plan, said in a press release Monday.

Global female empowerment marches enter second day

A woman holds as sign as she takes part in a Women's March in Seattle, Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018.

Police: Sex offender broke no laws by photographing kids

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Correction: School Health Centers story

In some versions of a story Jan. 13 about school health centers, The Associated Press erroneously reported communities in the district served by the lawmaker. The district includes part of Lewiston but not Auburn.

Handful of northern New England rivers above flood stage

The rain and warmer temperatures are gone, but the National Weather Service says a handful of rivers remain above flood stage in northern New England. Heavy rain and warmer weather Friday and early Saturday resulted in significant snow melt across the region, as well as ice dams in multiple rivers that sent water over the banks.

Say Cheese! Young chefs spar in grilled cheese challenge Source: AP

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Physician Assistant Placed on Probation

Timothy Terranova, Assistant Executive Director Board of Licensure in Medicine 137 State House Station Phone: 287-6930. Fax: 287-6590.

Maine's 'Deputy of the Year' accused of abusing girls fired

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Justice Department declines to give voting panel documents

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Secretary Dunlap responds to dissolution of Presidential Election Integrity Commission

AUGUSTA, MAINE – Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap received word Wednesday evening that the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity , on which he serves as a member, is dissolved. President Donald Trump's press secretary issued the notice of dissolution, citing the multiple lawsuits pending against the commission and a lack of cooperation from the States in providing voter data for its use.

Cop Shovels Sidewalk After Christmas to Help Business Owner

A cop shoveling a sidewalk for a business owner over the Christmas holidays in Augusta, Maine, caught the attention of some on social media last week. Betsy Curtis, 31, woke up facing about 10 inches of snow in front of her business the day after Christmas, "Inside Edition" reported .

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