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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
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.

Iconic image of LA region now on sale at Chamber

Kenneth Harvey's "View of Lewiston from Auburn Riverwalk" was voted "Best in Show" among the responses to the L-A Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce's recent call to Maine artists for a new, 2017 iconic image of the LA Metropolitan region. The contest was part of the festivities to celebrate the Chamber's 130th anniversary.

Teams test local knowledge at LYAC's "What Do You Know About Lewiston?"

"What Do You Know About Lewiston?" was organized by the Lewiston Youth Advisory Council to help debunk old stereotypes and misconceptions the group feels don't reflect the "New Lewiston. LYAC members led the teams through several group activities, including Trivia Questions, Categories, Hat Talk, and Surprise Pick.

Former mayor of Lewiston and Auburn files to run for governor

John Jenkins, the former mayor of Lewiston and then Auburn, will run for governor as an independent, according to a filing with the Maine Ethics Commission . In addition to separate stints as mayor of the Twin Cities, Jenkins is a former one-term Democratic state senator.

Woman Threatens to Set Herself Ablaze in ME Police Station

Nov. 14--LEWISTON, ME-- A woman doused herself in gasoline and threatened to set herself on fire at the police station Tuesday. She was subdued and taken to a hospital.

Man arrested after 6-hour standoff in Lewiston

A man was arrested Monday night after he allegedly stole a gun from a Lewiston residence and caused a more than 6-hour standoff with police. Scott Estes, 37, was charged with theft by unauthorized taking, criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon, possession of a firearm by a prohibited person and probation revocation.

LePage administration should stop blocking job training funds

It has surpassed ridiculous that Gov. Paul LePage has continued to block $8.4 million from flowing to services for the unemployed this year. There is simply no reason for the LePage administration to keep preventing the federal funding from going to Maine's three regional workforce development boards, which distribute the money meant to help laid-off workers and adults in poverty find work.

Plymouth 9-year-old girls reported missing found safe in Maine

Twin 9-year-old sisters from Plymouth who were missing since they got off their school bus at 4 p.m. were found late Wednesday night at their mother's home in Lewiston, Maine, according to the Massachusetts State Police. Je t'aime Valentine and Dasia Valentine, fourth graders at West Elementary School, were last seen on Pilgrim Hill Road at about 4 p.m., according to Plymouth police.

Police say dead body found in Rockport was sex assault suspect

A Lewiston man who had been sought by police since April for sexual assaults was the deceased person found Nov. 1 by a hunter in Rockport. The Maine Medical Examiner's Office confirmed Nov. 8 that the badly decomposed body found about 500 yards into the woods off Mt.

Lewiston mayor's race will come down to progressive activist, conservative councilor

Progressive activist Ben Chin outpolled four others in the race to succeed term-limited Lewiston Mayor Robert Macdonald on Tuesday, but he couldn't avoid a dangerous runoff election likely in December against conservative City Councilor Shane Bouchard. Chin, a Bates College graduate, enters his second mayoral runoff in two years.

Lewiston, Auburn vote on whether to merge

Residents of Lewiston, Maine's second-largest city, and Auburn, its sixth-largest city, voted Tuesday on whether to merge. The well-funded effort was backed by members of the business community and aimed to create a 59,000-resident city spanning both sides of the Androscoggin River.

Hunter charged with manslaughter in Hebron woman's death

Robert Trundy, 38, of Hebron has been charged with manslaughter in the hunting-related death of Karen Wrentzel of Hebron on Oct. 28, according to the Attorney General's office. Trundy is scheduled to make his initial appearance at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 8, in Oxford County Superior Court.

Enough is Enough: If you are over 65, get the facts about Medicaid expansion

Before we start this week's column, let's take a short walk down memory lane. The lane is in Lewiston, and it's appropriately called "Welfare Lane."

Everything you need to know to vote in Maine on Nov. 7

Alexander Fettig, 5, peeks out from behind the voting curtain while his mother, Crisis Fettig votes at Hermon Elementary School in November 2016. It's an off year in some ways.

Lewiston, Auburn consider merger into single city

The last time two municipalities merged in Maine was in 1922, when Warren G. Harding was president and the teapot dome scandal was raging. But the rarity of such a union isn't stopping residents of Lewiston and Auburn from considering joining together to become Lewiston-Auburn.

'She didn't come back': Grandmother remembers woman killed by hunter

Four days after she last saw her granddaughter alive, Beverly Spofford sat in her tidy mobile home and offered a grim smile as she remembered her last interaction with Karen Wrentzel. Wrentzel, 34, was still recovering from a September surgery related to a cervical cancer diagnosis, and had moved from Palermo to spend the winter with her grandmother in this quiet town 10 miles west of Lewiston.

Jury awards Maine man $2 million after botched hand surgery

A jury on Friday unanimously awarded a Greenbush man $2 million in his medical malpractice lawsuit against a Bangor hand surgeon and Eastern Maine Medical Center. Robbie M. Nason, 49, broke his right wrist on July 17, 2013, when a kayak fell on him while he was working at Old Town Canoe, according to a press release issued by his attorneys, Jodi Nofsinger and Susan Faunce of Berman & Simmons in Lewiston.

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