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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
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Franco-American veterans honored in Lewiston

LEWISTON, Me- Multiple exhibits and a program honoring veterans representing each generation, from World War I, World War II, Vietnam, the Cold War and including the recent conflicts in the Middle East, were present and accounted for at the May 23, "Franco-Americans in International Service", at the University of Southern Maine Lewiston Auburn College , hosted by the Franco-American Collection. Certainly, those who filled the USM LAC exhibit hall, and conference room, attended to learn and remember all who served.

Maine girl killed herself following bullying

'Bubbly, smart' 13-year-old girl hanged herself following relentless bullying - after school warned parents about Netflix series 13 Reasons Why Earlier this month, district officials sent out a warning about the new Netflix series 13 Reasons Why, which depicts a teen who kills herself A 13-year-old girl in Maine committed suicide this week, just weeks after school district officials sent out a letter to parents, warning them about the new Netflix series about teen suicide. No details have been released about how Anie killed herself, but local emergency alerts show that a teen killed herself by hanging that day.

Forage Market looks for a place in Portland to open another store

Allen Smith, left, co-owner of Forage Market on Lisbon Street in Lewiston, shows U.S. Department of Agriculture Undersecretary Dallas Tonsager the market's wood-fired, brick-oven bread-baking operation in 2012. According to Mainebiz, Smith wanted to open a place on Commercial Street in Portland but a lease for the site fell through.

LePage signs measure aimed at reducing electricity costs for some

A proposal to let consumers compare electricity costs from different providers more easily secured the signature of Gov. Paul LePage to become law Tuesday. A new law requires suppliers to disclose whether their rate is higher than the standard offer available to everyone, send out renewal notices and only renew a contract if a customer explicitly agrees.

Legislators eye path for skilled veterans to get better jobs

Many of the people who serve in the military wind up learning skills that could easily translate into jobs later, except for professional requirements that typically eye a more traditional educational pathway for those seeking a license. For Rep. Jared Golden, D-Lewiston, it's a bureaucratic obstacle that could be overcome to give veterans a better shot at making the sometimes-difficult transition to civilian life.

Enough is Enough: Lead paint, local legislators and skeptical attitudes toward business

Early on in my capacity as Lewiston's Mayor, I came to the realization how out of touch with the public our state legislators had become. Once they win a legislative seat many, not all, form and project a state of mind that tells them they alone are the only ones who understand and are capable of solving the problems facing our state.

Fireball bottler pulls support of 'nips' deposit bill after LePage threat

Following a threat by Gov. Paul LePage to end the sales of tiny bottles of liquor in Maine rather than allow lawmakers to require a nickel deposit on them, a bottler that employs 130 people in Lewiston withdrew its support for the compromise measure. Mark Brown, CEO of Sazerac Co., said the governor's position leaves his company with no option except to oppose a bill it had been more than willing to go along with until LePage stepped in.

CMCC graduates its largest class ever

Nursing graduates Kaitlyn Washburn, Amanda Stewart, Trisha Robbins and Priscilla Pierre are pictured here during the closing processional of the CMCC Commencement Exercises. Almost 600 members of the Class of 2017 at Central Maine Community College - the largest graduating class in the school's history - marched in Commencement recently before a packed house of family, friends, and supporters at the Androscoggin Bank Colisee in Lewiston.

Program to spotlight results of Franco-American veterans project

Lewiston native Colonel Donald Dubay, USA-Ret., who served in the Vietnam War, the Middle East, and Operation Desert Storm, will be the featured speaker at the event. With support of a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Franco-American Collection at USM's Lewiston-Auburn College recently called upon local Franco-American veterans and their families to provide information about their U.S. military service for inclusion in a historical archive.

Maine's still a long way from figuring out how legal marijuana will work

Lewiston-based medical marijuana caregiver Andrew Starkey chose the unofficial marijuana holiday of April 20 to open his newest venture. Starkey plans to launch an online publication this summer to fill a rising demand for answers about how Maine's marijuana industry will work, which remains unclear in many ways.

Lawsuit: Woman died of pneumonia after clinic diagnosed her with shingles

A Holden middle school teacher died needlessly two years ago of pneumonia because she was misdiagnosed with shingles at the Penobscot Community Health Care clinic in Brewer, her husband claimed in a federal lawsuit. Christopher Michaud, 43, alleged in the complaint filed last week in U.S. District Court that nurse practitioner George Case on April 11, 2015, treated his wife at the walk-in clinic on Wilson Street for shingles instead of pneumonia.

Welcome center for immigrants in Lewiston gains support

A proposal to add a welcome center for immigrants in Lewiston survived a committee session this week that stripped away a companion provision to create an Office of New Mainers to try to attract more newcomers to the state. With backing from the Education and Cultural Affairs Committee, the Legislature will consider whether to support the $2 million plan to bolster the English language skills of immigrants and help businesses bring them into the workforce.

Judge dismisses welfare fraud charges against Lewiston man

A judge dismissed more than a dozen welfare fraud charges against a Lewiston man just days before his trial was supposed to begin, the Sun Journal reports . In a ruling dated May 14, Judge Susan Oram ordered the charges dropped after prosecutors noted in pretrial communications that Maine Department of Health and Human Services caseworkers may have improperly completed the man's applications for benefits.

Already financially stressed, Maine caregivers fear Medicaid cuts in AHCA

Under the Republican-backed health care plan passed by the U.S. House earlier this month, the federal Medicaid program would undergo a major overhaul. States would receive a fixed amount of money for the program, versus the open-ended federal support they now get.

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Representative Bruce Poliquin was hard to find the week after casting his vote in Washington to repeal the Affordable Care Act and slash Medicaid spending.

Wayne man killed in Readfield crash

A Wayne man died and a Mt. Vernon man was seriously injured after the car they were riding in went off the road and crashed late Friday night in Readfield.

Statewide teacher contract would help rural Maine

Lost in the ongoing debate about public school funding is this unfortunate fact: The deck is stacked against rural Maine schools and has been for a long time. Teachers in municipalities with lower populations earn significantly less than their counterparts in communities such as Portland and Lewiston.

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