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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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Augusta News
Police 'arrest' 93-year-old woman to celebrate birthday

AUGUSTA, ME A "Cops"-loving woman got the surprise of a lifetime for her 93rd birthday when her daughter asked police to "arrest" her, so she could see what it was like. The woman's daughter, Anne Dumont, posted to Facebook about the meeting between her mother and the Augusta Police Department in July.

Four new CNAs ready for area nursing home staffing

Recent CNA course graduates received their pins after successfully completing the state board exams. From left to right, Kayla McKenney, Amanda Sproul, clinical instructor Isabelle Markley RN, Tristin Bean, and Mary Barker.

J.S. McCarthy Installs new Heidelberg Speedmaster

August 13, 2018 - J.S. McCarthy of Augusta, Maine replaced an older press from a different manufacturer with the Speedmaster XL 106-4+LYY-P-4+L from Heidelberg to double its productivity. The new press is equipped with a long list of innovations including "Push to Stop" technology, Prinect Pressroom Manager, Prinect Inpress Control 2, and UV, which provide the autonomous production needed to help improve makeready times while reducing waste.

Company trying to keep details of running psychiatric ward secret Source: Cox Media Group

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Company fights to keep details of psychiatric home a secret

This July 30, 2018 file photo shows the Dorothea Dix Psychiatric Center, formerly known as Bangor Mental Health Institute in Bangor, Maine. A Florida-based health care company that could receive a $60.3 million state contract to run a 21-bed Maine residence for some psychiatric patients is fighting to keep its proposal secret.

Independents uneasy about taking cash, even from indie group

In this Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018 photo, State Rep. Owen Casas, I-Rockport, talks issues with Charlie Strout while campaigning in Camden, Maine. A national group that supports independent political candidates is pouring money into legislative races, raising alarm by critics who say so-called dark money is no longer limited to major political parties.

Independents uneasy about taking cash, even from indie group

In this Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018 photo, State Rep. Kent Ackley, I-Monmouth, talks with constitutes Joel Packer, left, and Diane Clay, while campaigning in Litchfield, Maine.

Independents uneasy about taking cash, even from indie group

In this Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018 photo, State Rep. Owen Casas, I-Rockport, talks issues with Charlie Strout while campaigning in Camden, Maine. A national group that supports independent political candidates is pouring money into legislative races, raising alarm by critics who say so-called dark money is no longer limited to major political parties.

Wipfli Expands Presence into New England with Acquisition of Macpage

Wipfli LLP , a top 20 accounting and consulting firm in the United States, has acquired South Portland, Maine-based Macpage LLC, effective August 1. As part of this combination, nearly 100 Macpage professionals will join more than 2,000 professionals at Wipfli. The firm's two full-service offices in South Portland and Augusta, Maine will expand Wipfli's presence into the New England area of the United States.

Drought Conditions Worsen Across Maine

AUGUSTA, MAINE For the third summer in a row, Maine is experiencing drought conditions. In 2016, the State experienced a drought for the first time since 2002.

Cars We Remember: 1941 Hudson and 1957 Dodge Sweptline: Were they...

My recent article on the Ford Ranchero I christened as the first "car-pickup" generated numerous reader responses, including emails from Gabor Korthy, Augusta, Maine, and Guy S. Colorossi, Orting, Washington, who both centered on the 1941, 1942 and 1946 Hudson pickups as the first "car like pickup," well ahead of the 1957 Ranchero. When I wrote about the 1957 Ranchero in a different column five years ago, some readers asked if the 1957 Dodge Sewptline was a car-truck model and should be recognized as such.

Maine joins Hawaii in raising smoking age to 21

AUGUSTA, Maine>> Individuals must now be over 21-years-old to buy tobacco in Maine, unless they turned 18 as of July 1. AUGUSTA, Maine>> Individuals must now be over 21-years-old to buy tobacco in Maine, unless they turned 18 as of July 1. Maine joins California, New Jersey, Hawaii and Oregon in raising the legal age for using and buying tobacco products from 18 to 21. Lawmakers last year overrode Republican Gov. Paul LePage's veto of a bill prohibiting the sale of tobacco and tobacco products such as E-cigarettes to individuals under 21-years-old. The governor argued that adults who are old enough to serve in the military are old enough to decide whether they want to purchase such products.

From llamas to herb walks, it's Open Farm Day in Maine

AUGUSTA, Maine n- Farms are opening their doors to visitors eager to pet alpacas, check out solar-powered goat pastures and taste lavender cookies. About 100 farms will be open to the public across Maine on Sunday.

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