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With a population of 41,000 people, Lewiston is actually the second-largest city in the state of Maine. Itâ€™s located in the south-central part of the state, Lewiston was formed into a town back in 1795. In 1999, a large group of over 12,000 Somalian refugees came to the United States, and after hearing of Lewistonâ€™s low crime rate, many came to Lewiston. After initial resistance, Somali entrepreneurs opened several shops in previously abandoned storefronts, and they have helped to invigorate the downtown area.
Local Newspapers: Lewiston Sun Journal
Local Sports Teams: Lewiston Maineiacs
Local Colleges: Bates College University of Southern Maine
Zip Codes associated with lewiston, maine:
04240 04241 04243
Towns/Cities near lewiston, maine : Auburn Dresden Sabattus Poland Minot Lisbon Falls Oxford Norway South Paris Winthrop
Museum L-A honors veterans with thank-you cards
Peter White reads one of the thank-you cards delivered by staffers from Museum L-A over the holidays to residents of the Maine Veterans Home in South Paris. During the holiday season, Museum L-A staffers presented thank you cards to the residents of two area veterans' homes in recognition of their service to our country.So Many Roads
People from all walks of life were drawn to Dead shows, the way Richard Dreyfuss was drawn to Devils Tower in Close Encounters of the Third Kind. But there were also narcs, feds, drug addicts, clinically insane misfits and jerks.The immigrants who prove Trump wrong
For Abdikadir Negeye, who is with Maine Immigrant and Refugee Services, a Somali-founded community organization in Lewiston, it was shocking to hear reports that that the president of his adopted country had described countries in Africa as "shitholes." "I never expected this word from a leader," he told me.Monmouth Community Players Presents The Second Annual When Radio Was King
Monmouth Community Players presents the second annual "When Radio Was King" Before there was Netflix, Hulu and cable TV, families would crowd around the radio to listen to their favorite shows. The Monmouth Community Players invites audiences to take a trip into the past and experience a live radio show in the second annual production "When Radio Was King."Maine voters chose Medicaid expansion. Why is their governor resisting?
Donna Wall cares for her three adult autistic children at her home in Lewiston, Maine. It's a full-time job.The immigrants who prove Trump wrong
For Abdikadir Negeye, who is with Maine Immigrant and Refugee Services, a Somali-founded community organization in Lewiston, it was shocking to hear reports that that the president of his adopted country had described countries in Africa as "shitholes." "I never expected this word from a leader," he told me.Process: Viberg
Although founded in 1931, Viberg remains entirely family owned and operated, and is still making boots by hand in much the same way they did nearly 90 years ago. Using the best materials from across the globe - tacks from England, insoles from Spain, Vibram outsoles, Swiss hobnails, and leathers from U.S. and Italian tanneries - the company's skilled team performs more than 200 steps on each pair of boots that goes through its factory.Waterville's High Hopes Clubhouse receives international distinction
Kennebec Behavioral Health's High Hopes Clubhouse recently was recognized by Clubhouse International as a clubhouse of distinction among all clubhouses worldwide. High Hopes, which provides employment, education and social opportunities for people with severe and persistent mental illness, has been recognized among all clubhouse as having the highest percent of its members - 79 percent who are working in supported or independent employment.Maine's voters chose Medicaid expansion, but the governor is resisting
Donna Wall cares for her three adult autistic children at her home in Lewiston, Maine. It's a full-time job.Court cases settled in New Year's Open at MRC
The tennis courts at the Midcoast Recreation Center were packed over the weekend with superb tennis and positive spirit, said Seth Meyer, facility tennis director. That was due to the annual New Year's Open, held the first weekend of January and a USTA-sanctioned tournament that featured talented players from Maine and other New England states.Troop 121 collects Christmas trees this weekend
Members of Boy Scout Troop 121, including Liam Rose, Kyle Mansur, Jacob Clark, Bryce Holt-Giard, Noah Phillips, Jordan Burns, and Matthew Kozak, prepare the mailing for their sixth annual Christmas Tree Recycling program. Boy Scout Troop 121 of Auburn will again collect Christmas trees in the Cities of Auburn and Lewiston this year.Maine woman dies wearing son's surprise Christmas gift
A picture of Michelle James with her son, Kaden, is surrounded by wrapping paper and Christmas decorations in this CBS 13 image. James died recently wearing a surprise Christmas gift of jewelry given to her by Kaden.The Legacy of 500 Grateful Dead Shows
On a Grateful Dead tour, you met the best people on Earth. People from all walks of life were drawn to shows like Richard Dreyfus was drawn to the Devil's Tower in But there were also narcs, feds, drug addicts, clinically insane misfits and jerks.Modern Woodmen support Pettingill School Park
Pettingill School Park in Lewiston was the beneficiary of a check for $1250 from the Modern Woodmen of America Chapter 8228. The money will go towards various park improvements.January Programs for Job Seekers at the Lewiston CareerCenter
LEWISTON – The Lewiston CareerCenter continues its no-cost workshop programs for job seekers and those considering training to upgrade their skills and increase their employability. "As Maine continues its historic run of low unemployment, now is the perfect time to find work as we head into a new year," said Governor Paul R. LePage.New Year's L-A to feature "Dinner, Dance, Drop, and Draw"
Critics have called Portland-based band The Substitutes "5-pieces of pure rock 'n' roll charisma that people seem to dig."Androscoggin Readers Theater
The group includes members Joanne Sabourin, Faith Towle, Joel Goodman, Judy Webber, Nancy Daniels, and Curt Webber. Absent from the photo are Bob Gardner, Linda Jackson-Washburn, Chris Lansley, and director Naomi York.
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