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About: lewiston, maine

With a population of 41,000 people, Lewiston is actually the second-largest city in the state of Maine. It’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 Lewiston’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.

Population: 36592
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

Lewiston News
Enough is Enough: City Council addresses problem of disorderly Bates students

Last week the Lewiston City Council in a 5-1 vote brought order back to a Lewiston neighborhood. This long-time quiet residential neighborhood in the White Street/Davis Street area, which borders Bates College, will be returned to tranquility.

LePage leaves hundreds of workers in the dark on future of job training

Gov. Paul LePage chats during a tour of auto parts manufacturer Somic America's factory floor in Brewer on May 5, 2017. Workers, business representatives, economic development officials and education providers on Thursday continued to express bewilderment and anger at Gov. Paul LePage's apparent decision to withhold millions of dollars in federal funding from regional job training programs.

Lewiston and Auburn debate whether to merge the Twin Cities

Robert Reed, representing the Coalition Opposed to Lewiston-Auburn Consolidation , and Gene Geiger, chairman of the Lewiston-Auburn Joint Charter Commission and representing One LA , will debate the proposed merger of the cities of Lewiston and Auburn. Residents of the Twin Cities will vote in November whether to merge .

CLT, Franco Center seek actors and singers for "Come Out Swingin': A Lewiston Story"

In February, L/A Community Little Theatre of Auburn and the Gendron Franco Center of Lewiston will co-produce the world premiere production of Come Out Swingin': A Lewiston Story," a musical written by Portland native Brian Daly. Open auditions are scheduled for Sunday and Monday, September 24 and 25, at 6 p.m. They will take place at the Franco Center at 46 Cedar Street in Lewiston.

Tree Street Youth Center director to address Rotary Club

The guest speaker at the next meeting of the Lewiston-Auburn Rotary Club on Thursday, September 21 at noon will be co-founder and Executive Director of Tree Street Youth Center in Lewiston. The event will take place at the Village Inn at 165 High Street in Auburn.

Attorney to high court: Lifetime ban on hate crimes is too broad

The Turner man convicted in 2016 of ramming the car of a man he thought was gay now contends that the court order warning him not to violate any part of the Maine Civil Rights Act is too broad. On Tuesday, Ronald Champagne's attorney, Donald Hornblower of Lewiston argued before the Maine Supreme Judicial Court that the order should be limited to hate crimes against gay men and lesbians, not against other groups protected by the statute.

Flags Lowered Wednesday in Memory of Representative Gina Mason

AUGUSTA – In memory of State Representative Gina Mason, Governor Paul R. LePage today directed all State of Maine flags in Augusta and in her district to be flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Wednesday, September 13. Representative Mason died September 5, 2017. Please note: State of Maine flags are to be lowered in Augusta and Lisbon only.

Enough is Enough: Progressives favor a Portland-style Democrat for Congress

"I am not a Portland Democrat!" bellowed Lewiston Democratic State Representative Jared Golden. But his actions and votes in Augusta would garner him an Academy Award for acting like one.

Op-Ed: Fear of L-A merger comes from long- and short-term costs

Maura Murphy is right-those of us who are opposed to the merger live in fear. . Eight years ago we went through a similar attempt while I served on Lewiston City Council, and it was by the efforts of a small group that we debunked the numbers provided and were able to stop what would have been a disaster.

Maine first responders honored at annual Blue Mass ceremony

Retired U.S. Army veteran Val Graffa, left, and Kennebunk Deputy Police Chief Michael F. Nugent, also a retired army veteran, performed with the Maine Public Safety Pipe and Drum Corps on Sunday, Sept. 10 for the annual Blue Mass in Bangor.

Bates College grant will help with children's lit diversity

LEWISTON, Maine - The federal Institute of Museum and Library Services is giving Bates College nearly $250,000 to expand programs for racial representation in children's literature. Republican Sen. Susan Collins and independent Sen. Angus King say the money will support Bates' ability to grow the Diverse Book Finder, which is a repository for children's books.

'Been Through Hell': Wheelchair Theft Leaves Man Bedridden

George Simmons, a Lewiston, Maine, man whose leg was recently amputated, came home from the hospital to find his motorized wheelchair, batteries and charger had all been stolen. A Maine man, who just had his leg amputated, wants to know why someone would steal the only thing that helps him get around.

Lewiston man upset after expensive wheelchair is stolen

George Simmons lives on the second floor of an apartment building, but he was in a hospital bed when he found out Thursday that someone had stolen his $12,000 motorized wheelchair overnight. Thursday afternoon, Simmons was released from the hospital.

Take this, weather experts a " these folks saw Irma coming a year ago

The Farmers Almanac , that trusted tome used by generations of farmers since 1818 to decide when to plant, prune and harvest, saw Irma coming a year ago. The Almanac didn't call the biggest storm ever tracked in the Atlantic by her name, and the 2017 edition - published in the fall of 2016 - missed the storm's date of birth by a few days.

Local bicyclist rides from Fort Kent to Kittery

Don Robitaille hears the call of the open road, the lure behind each bend and he just has to hop on his bike to explore. Don celebrated his 86th birthday on August 25 and decided to mark the occasion with a bike ride from Fort Kent to Kittery travelling Route 1 all the way.

SeniorsPlus receives grant to continue New Mainers nutrition program

From left, Hassan Olhaye, Fiston Mubalama, and Nsikidi Alberto enjoy lunch together at a dining site developed with funding from the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation. SeniorsPlus has received a $10,000 grant from the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation to continue to develop a dining site and cooking classes, with interpretation and written translation, for older adult refugees in downtown Lewiston.

Man driving with cat crashes through Maine restaurant wall

The front of the Wok and Roll Restaurant on Elm Street in Biddeford was struck Monday by a 2017 Nissan. Both the driver and a customer dining inside the restaurant were injured.

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