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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
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Local Colleges: University of Maine at Augusta

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Gov. Paul LePage releases 17 prisoners with commutation plan

Gov. Paul LePage on Friday granted conditional commutation orders for 17 prisoners through a plan that he says will help offenders get jobs and won't threaten public safety. Maine Gov. Paul LePage pauses during a meeting to discuss the state's efforts to fight the opioid epidemic, Wednesday, May 10, 2017, at the State House in Augusta, Maine.

Republicans say Statewide Teacher Contract Could Aid Rural Districts

AUGUSTA, Maine - Bills to create a uniform teacher contract across the state are set for key committee votes. Republican Gov. Paul LePage says such an idea would help rural districts compete for teachers.

VIDEO: Little girl's favorite officer attends her police-themed birthday party

Little Evie Flanagan of Augusta, Maine, loves police officers. But the 5-year-old's favorite cop is Officer Brad Chase.

Paul LePage refuses to put up National Monument road signs

Gov. Paul LePage is refusing to put signs along state roads showing the way to Maine's national monument, pending the outcome of a federal review, state officials said Friday. Maine Gov. Paul LePage pauses during a meeting to discuss the state's efforts to fight the opioid epidemic, Wednesday, May 10, 2017, at the State House in Augusta, Maine.

School to Teacher: Don't Pray for your ColleaguesFor those...

For those questioning the claim that the public expression of faith is under attack, actions by public school administrators in Augusta, Maine should school them well on the issue. School officials have assumed the authority to decide that teachers are not allowed to let their colleagues know they are praying for them -- even in private conversations.

Paul LePage blames media when asked about Trump's problems

At first, the Gov. Paul LePage had a muted reaction to the heightening controversy around President Donald Trump when asked about it by WGAN on Thursday . He ended at a conspiracy theory.

LePage to Legislature: Place deposit on 'nips' and I'll ban them

AUGUSTA, Maine - Gov. Paul LePage said he'd work to ban the sale of 50-milliliter alcohol containers if the Legislature passes a widely supported bill to extend the state's bottle deposit law to include the so-called "nips." The Republican governor's threat came the same day that the Maine Senate voted 32-3 to approve the bill.

Family Practice Physician Voluntarily Surrenders Medical License

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

School: Praying for a Colleague Is Unacceptable

A school worker in Augusta, Maine was ordered to stop using religious phrases like "I will pray for you" and "You were in my prayers" because such language is not allowed inside a public school building - even in private conversations with coworkers. The Augusta School Department launched an investigation of Toni Richardson after they alleged she "imposed some strong religious/spiritual belief system" towards a coworker.

Waterville to be renamed 'Colbyville,' according to fake report

"Fake news" is a hot topic these days. Before you go spouting off in the comments section about what you think about our fine publication, I will be talking about completely false reports intended to deceive, not what I think is false.

Trump's health secretary isn't a fan of the 'gold standard'...

Trump's health secretary isn't a fan of the 'gold standard' substance-use treatment - bad news for the opioid crisis U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price, left, accompanied by Maine Gov. Paul LePage, speaks to reporters after a meeting to discuss the state's efforts to fight the opioid epidemic, Wednesday, May 10, 2017, at the State House in Augusta, Maine. US Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price was visiting West Virginia on Tuesday for a "listening tour" to brainstorm solutions to the current opioid crisis when a reporter asked Price his thoughts on various drug treatment options, according to a report from the Charleston Gazette-Mail .

Treasurer caves to governor to keep road projects on track

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There's no doubt Maine has unspent federal cash. The fight is over how to use it.

As of June 30, 2015, Maine had built up a $110 million balance in its Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program after spending progressively less on benefits since 2012. AUGUSTA, Maine - House Speaker Sara Gideon, D-Freeport, this week unveiled her wide-ranging Leveraging Investments in Families Today bill, which aims to expand and enhance social service programs with federal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families block grant money that she says has gone unspent .

Governor: It's unfair that Narcan is free but EpiPens aren't

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Maine National Guard Hosts 26th Annual Interfaith Prayer Breakfast

Members of the Maine Select Honor Guard prepare to post the colors at the 26th Annual Interfaith Prayer Breakfast hosted by the Maine National Guard at the Augusta Armory. Governor Paul R. LePage and the Adjutant General for the Maine National Guard, Brig.

Maine governor's office paid $385,000 for private lawyers

In this May 2, 2017, file photo, Maine Gov. Paul LePage, left, testifies during a House Natural Resources subcommittee oversight hearing on Antiquities Act. on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Eastgate School of Prophetic Ministry this Sunday

Our monthly Eastgate School of Prophetic Ministry is this Sunday at 136 State St. Hills Mansion Augusta Maine. Last month we looked at the prophecies declared for Maine and New England from well-known ministers such as Lance Wallnau, Chuck Pierce and Cindy Jacobs.

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