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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
Hebron hunter indicted in fatal shooting, new charge added
A hunter accused of fatally shooting a Hebron woman Oct. 28 was indicted Friday on a manslaughter charge and an additional charge of failure to render aid by the Oxford County grand jury, according to a Lewiston attorney. Robert R. Trundy, 38, of Hebron is scheduled to be arraigned Jan. 5 at the Oxford County Courthouse in South Paris.LePage v. Bernie Sanders? Partisan rancor raises stakes in Lewiston's mayoral race
Maine Gov. Paul LePage, left, talks with Lewiston mayoral candidate Shane Bouchard at Simones Hot Dog Stand in Lewiston last week during a campaign stop in support of Bouchard's candidacy. Democrat Ben Chin, above, got an endorsement last week from U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, who cut an endorsement video for him.Stuff your stockings with these Maine political tchotchkes
Good morning from Augusta. We're beginning this week with many tidbits and not much big news, so consider this an early stocking full of political miscellany to preview what will be a big political week from Congress to Alabama to the city of Lewiston.LePage remains mum on who he wants to succeed him
Good morning from Augusta, where Gov. Paul LePage is suddenly a man about town with public events on consecutive days after weeks out of the spotlight. but gave advance notice for back-to-back public events with political undertones this week.Moving billing operations at St. Joseph Hospital sparks uncertainty
A nationwide jewelry company has expanded its hybrid online and brick-and-mortar operations to the Mall at Rockingham Park, offering their first "webroom" in New England.Man stabbed inside Lewiston barber shop
A South Paris man was stabbed repeatedly in a barber shop by a man who was dating his estranged wife, according to the Maine State Police. Rashad Robinson, 35, was getting a haircut Wednesday at Major Cuts at 79 Chestnut St. in Lewiston when he was stabbed in the stomach and chest, Maine Department of Public Safety spokesman Stephen McCausland said.Holiday Giving Train ready to roll in Downtown Lewiston
Located outside Healthy Androscoggin's office at 124 Lisbon Street, the Giving Train is filled with healthy, non-perishable food items available to everyone. Donations are invited! Healthy Androscoggin has turned its summer Edible Lisbon Street Planters into a Holiday Giving Train for the community.White Maine students are least likely in nation to see kids of another race at school
But schools in Maine were even more homogenous in 2015 than schools in New Hampshire and Vermont, its almost equally white neighbor states, according to an analysis by the Associated Press. The analysis shows that roughly one in five white students in Maine attend schools where 10 percent or more of students are not white.'Ugly' second stealth destroyer heads out for tests in waters off Maine
Among dozens who braved the bitter wind at Fort Popham on Monday morning to watch the future USS Monsoor head out to builders' trials were a number of past and current employees of Bath Iron Works, many who were there to watch the "stealth" destroyer they worked on sail away. Letourneau, who retired in 2015 after 30 years at the shipyard - 20 of them as an electrician - worked on the future USS Michael Monsoor before she retired.Police identify man killed in Lewiston hit-and-run
Police have identified the man killed in a hit-and-run accident early Sunday morning on Pleasant Street in Lewiston. They are still looking for the driver of the SUV that is believed to have struck Louie St. Pierre.The Right's Islamophobia Has Nothing to Do With National Security
When asked by reporters on Wednesday about President Trump's retweets of anti-Muslim videos, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said , "what the President is talking about is the need for national security, the need for military spending." Her talking points are out of date.Maine Music Society presents annual Christmas Concert
The Maine Music Society will present its annual Christmas Concert on Saturday, December 9 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, December 10 at 3 p.m. at the Gendron Franco Center in Lewiston. New this year, the program will also include music from the traditions of Chanukah, the Jewish celebration of light.Bates College renames annual dance concert
The event has been renamed this year in honor of the late Bates dance program founder Marcy Plavin, shown here at right during a dance alumni reunion concert in 2011. Bates College's annual Fall Dance Concert, renamed this year in memory of Bates dance program founder Marcy Plavin, will take place in performances on Saturday, December 2 at 5 p.m.; Sunday, December 3 at 2 p.m.; and Monday, December 4 at 7:30 p.m. Happening in the college's Schaeffer Theatre at 329 College Street in Lewiston, the program will feature a tribute to Marcy Plavin by Bates faculty members, thesis works presented by students, and pieces by visiting artists, including Marlies Yearby and New York choreographer Vanessa Justice.Convicted Pedophile Appears On Volunteer List For Democratic Campaign In Maine
A man convicted of sexually assaulting a minor is actively volunteering for a Democrat in Maine, according to a document obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation. Douglas Lane was convicted of two separate counts of sexual assault involving a minor in 1996 and in 1997, according to the Maine Police Department sex offender registry.New St. Catherine of Siena Residence to open in Lewiston
In commemoration of World Day of the Poor , established by Pope Francis, Bishop Robert P. Deeley recently blessed the new St. Catherine of Siena Residence in Lewiston. The 10-bed shelter for women is expected to open in early December.Safe Voices director to address Rotary Club
The next meeting of the Lewiston-Auburn Rotary Club will feature guest speaker Victoria Stanton on Thursday, November 30, from noon to 1 p.m. at the Village Inn at 165 High Street in Auburn. Stanton is the Director of Development and Engagement at Safe Voices, the domestic violence resource center based in Lewiston.Bates prof knows a thing or two about alien abductions
In this Nov. 2, 2017 photo, Bates College professor Stephanie Kelley-Romano sits in her office on the third floor of Pettigrew Hall on the campus of Bates College in Lewiston, Maine. The professor has interviewed 300 Americans who believe they've been abducted by aliens for an upcoming book.Travel tales with Smitty: Stalking Hendrix, Ali, and Liston in Maine
Smitty hanging out at the Lewiston arena where Ali defeated Liston in May, 1965. Other States refused to license the bout so the fight headed north to Maine.
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