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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
EPA awards nine Brownfields grants in Maine

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Washington awarded nine Brownfields grants in Maine. This year, entities in Maine will receive $2.7 million for assessment and cleanup of Brownfield sites.

How some emergency responders are trying to keep people well and out of the hospital

Paramedics are trained to respond to emergency situations, but a growing number are being trained to answer a different call. Daphne Russell, for instance.

Northeast Bancorp Announces Dates for Fiscal 2017 Fourth Quarter Earnings Results and Conference Call

Northeast Bancorp , a Maine-based full-service financial services company and parent of Northeast Bank, announced today it will release its fiscal 2017 fourth quarter earnings results on Thursday, July 27, 2017. Following the release, the Company will host a conference call with a simultaneous webcast at 10:00 am EDT on Friday, July 28, 2017.

This Marine veteran from Lewiston may challenge Poliquin

Rep. Jared F. Golden talks with audience members at a Town Hall meeting hosted by Maine Democratic party leaders, March 3, at the University of Maine at Fort Kent. The 2018 race for Maine's 2nd Congressional District got more interesting last week, when Assistant Maine House Majority Leader Jared Golden, D-Lewiston, said he's thinking about running against U.S. Rep. Bruce Poliquin.

Enough is Enough: Lewiston wins as effort to de-list "nip" liquor bottles fails

Phew! The worm has turned. The City of Lewiston won. It's a win that provides the city with another step forward, not backward, in our pursuit of continuing economic development.

The American Friends of Blerancourt exhibit in Lewiston

A wonderful opportunity to experience Franco-American international friendship is arriving in an impressive exhibit, beginning August 28, at the University of Southern Maine Lewiston Auburn College . Curator of this exceptional opportunity is Elaine Uzan O'Leary, who is a native of Auburn.

Museum L-A exhibit seeks to prompt fresh new look at old local mill buildings

Museum L-A's latest exhibit, "Structures & Patterns: The Remnants of Our Work," seeks to provoke viewers to consider the historic mill buildings of Lewiston-Auburn from a fresh new perspective. The exhibit features industrial landscape paintings by artist Janice L. Moore and works by photographer Mark Marchesi, juxtaposed with authentic mill artifacts and archival photographs from the museum's collection.

China News: China Community Days set to be the best yet

China Community Days is just a week away, and the Economic and Community Development Committee of China has been hard at work ensuring this year's event will be one to remember. The festival is now a 14-year tradition, scheduled this year for next weekend, Friday, August 4 through Sunday, August 6 .

State's high court rejects appeal of 60-year sentence in child sex assaults

An Augusta man must serve 60 years in prison for sexually assaulting two boys who attended his karate school, the Maine Supreme Judicial Court unanimously ruled Tuesday. Wade Robert Hoover, 39, will begin serving that sentence after he completes a 40-year sentence on federal charges.

Dempsey Center and Cancer Community Center merging to expand access to their services and programs

In 1998, just 10 years before the Dempsey Center in Lewiston was founded by Patrick Dempsey and his family, the Cancer Community Center in South Portland was founded by Jane Staley. Jane had been diagnosed with ovarian cancer four years earlier and wanted very much to find a place she could go that would offer support and information and most of all, a sense of community for people impacted by cancer.

Maine to raise price of nips and other cheap spirits

Days after failing to ban the sales of nips, state regulators are imposing a 50 percent price hike on most of the increasingly popular single-sip liquor bottles. Regulators announced a new plan that would dramatically increase the price of nips as well as many other cheap bottles of spirits on Oct. 1. Regulators said they intend to adjust pricing to create a new "value" category with minimum price markups that insiders said will escalate the price of many individual bottles.

Good Food Bus adds stops for 2017

The Good Food Bus has been transformed for 2017 into a spacious truck and trailer with two large concession windows. The Good Food Bus, a colorful mobile market that offers fresh fruits, vegetables, and other nutritious foods for sale at multiple stops in three counties, will hit the road for its second full season starting Tuesday, July 18. The goal of the project, which is operated by St. Mary's Nutrition Center and Cultivating Community, with grant support from the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation and other funders, is to make fresh, healthy foods more accessible to households that may experience food insecurity while helping Maine farmers and distributors reach new customers.

MEREDA's Annual Lewiston/Auburn Fall Networking Social

After the summer break, make plans to join the Maine Real Estate & Development Association at Baxter Brewing Co. in Lewiston on September 28 from 5-7 pm for its Annual L/A Fall Social.

DanceNOW showcase to kick off 2017 Bates Dance Festival

Christal Brown's company INSPIRIT will perform "The Opulence of Integrity," a forceful multimedia work that adapts the story of Muhammad Ali to explore the struggle for identity of men of color in the U.S. A showcase of dynamic new works by New England dance artists will open the Bates Dance Festival's 2017 performance series and 35th season. Titled DanceNOW, the performances will take place Friday and Saturday, July 7 and 8, at 7:30 p.m. in Bates College's air-conditioned Schaeffer Theatre at 329 College Street in Lewiston.

Too many kids are exposed to lead in these Maine towns

Many more Maine children are considered at high risk for lead poisoning under updated rules that are prompting an increase in home inspections. In September, Maine implemented new guidelines for lead exposure among children that conform with federal recommendations.

Lewiston 'nips' bottler blasts ban idea, warns it may halt expansion plans

Sazerac, which operates a liquor bottling operation in Lewiston, blasted a proposal submitted recently to liquor commissioners that argued a ban on 50ml bottles would reduce littering and reduce drunken driving without creating a financial hit for the state. Calling a recommendation to ban nips "politically motivated" and unsupported by evidence, a company that churns out the tiny liquor-filled bottles in Lewiston is threatening to pull the plug on a planned $1 million expansion.

Double amputee retired soldier finds her way back to sports with help from fellow veteran

Retired Army Sergeant Christy Gardner, also a double amputee after a traumatic injury, has found a new way to represent her country: on the ice as a sled hockey player. After graduating from college in 2005, Gardner joined the U.S. Army.

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