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With a population of 41,000 people, Lewiston is actually the second-largest city in the state of Maine. Itâ€™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 Lewistonâ€™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.
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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African Immigrants in US Increasingly More Educated, Employed
U.S. flags hang outside a downtown building whose storefronts are made up of businesses started by African immigrants who have settled in Lewiston, Maine, March 17, 2017. Maine's immigrants from Sub-Saharan Africa made $136.6 million in income in 2014, and paid $40 million in taxes, according to a report from the New American Economy, a bi-partisan coalition pushing for immigration reform.Candidate to Democrats: You used me to raise money, but I don't want it
Good morning from Augusta. A Maine House of Representatives candidate from Greene wants you to know that she doesn't control a massive sum of money raised by a local Democratic committee specifically for her race.Mainely Improv at Baxter Brewing Company
On the Spot Comedy, one of Maine's most popular improvisational troupes, will bring its madcap antics to the Baxter Brewing Company in Lewiston on Friday, April 20 at 7 p.m. Admission is free with no cover charge. Much in the style of television's "Whose Line Is It, Anyway?", the troupe makes up comedy "on the spot," based entirely upon audience suggestions.Help spruce up Pettingill School Park for Earth Day
Friends of Pettingill Steering Committee members Bill Maroldo, Carolyn Court, and Ted Walworth If you don't have any specific plans to celebrate Earth Day, you're invited to join the Friends of Pettingill Park as they mark the day with a park cleanup event on Sunday, April 22, from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. The park is located on College Street in Lewiston. Volunteers will be weeding the pathways and gardens, distributing mulch, and hauling away any trash that accumulated over the winter.Maine inventor 'bends boundaries' to make it easier to walk or stop a skateboard
Ian Engelman arrived at his office Tuesday morning and poured black polyurethane into a mold, spilling some onto layers of protective cardboard covering a table but filling the 7-inch, nose-shaped vessel to create a skateboard brake. When it sets, Engelman will attach the device to his "longboard," allowing him to slow for traffic as he glides down Munjoy Hill along Congress Street.St. Joseph Healthcare embarks on $15M improvement project
For the first time in decades, Bangor-based St. Joseph Healthcare is planning a multimillion-dollar investment in its facilities and its future, both within the hospital's inpatient areas and at its outpatient campus at 900 Broadway. Changes include a new urgent care clinic, new outpatient laboratory and medical imaging centers and updates and improvements to inpatient rooms at St. Joseph Hospital.Police: Woman Found Dead in Parking Lot Killed Herself
Police say a woman found dead in a parking lot near a Lewiston, Maine , flower shop took her own life. Lewiston police found nothing suspicious, and they say the 57-year-old woman killed herself.Community Credit Union celebrates completion of Lewiston branch renovations
Among those helping to cut the ribbon were Jessica Blackwell, Nicole Fournier, Tiffany Mathon, Marcel Gagne, Rebecca Conrad, Matthew Shaw, Lorraine Foster, Betsy Sibley, Christina Carter, JoAnn Jackson, Jen Hogan , Laurie Pelletier, Alfreda Fournier, Kayleigh Ogden, Michelle Green, Kate Adams, Russell Giasson, Maynard Chapman, and Elizabeth Keene. A large crowd attended the recent ribbon cutting ceremony and open house to celebrate the official completion of renovations to Community Credit Union's branch at 144 Pine Street in Lewiston.Police investigating body discovered in Lewiston
Police are investigating the discovery of a body in a Lewiston, Maine, parking lot near a greenhouse operated by a local florist. Maine State Police crime scene investigators are also at the scene.Making Miracles Happen In Maine
A week after receiving Children's Miracle Network's English Speaking Stations of the Year, Binnie Media's Frank 107.5 Classic Hits/Lewiston, ME, and Country station 99.9 The Wolf/Auburn, ME, raised over $380,000 during their 13th annual Cares for Kids Radiothon to benefit the Barbara Bush Children's Hospital at Maine Medical Center. "It's been a crazy two weeks" said Binne Media Maine's Operations Manager, Stan Bennett.Afternoon briefing
A man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend and dumping her body in a garbage can at an abandoned house in Cleveland has had his bond set at $1 million.Feds sentence Maine man for using false name while trying to buy gun
A Brunswick man was sentenced Tuesday to serve 2.5 years in prison for providing false information while trying to buy a gun. U.S. District Court Judge George Singal issued the sentence to Evan Lewis, 28, of Brunswick on Tuesday, according to U.S. Attorney Halsey Frank.Press Herald owner to acquire half of Portland alt-weekly
The parent company of the Portland Press Herald is set to acquire half of The Portland Phoenix, a deal that will create the unusual arrangement of an alt-weekly sharing ownership with a paper to which it is meant to offer an alternative. Since January, sales and marketing staff for the Press Herald have been handling those roles at the free weekly, according to The Phoenix's publisher, Mark Guerringue.Comments
In this photo provided by Albert & Burpee Funeral Home, Irving Isaacson poses for a photo. Isaacson, a World War II soldier who became a spy in Europe for the forerunner of the CIA, has died in Maine.Maine city takes ownership of canals for planned renewal
Officials with Lewiston, Maine, and a renewable power company say they have completed an agreement to donate a system of canals to the city. City officials say the agreement with Brookfield Renewable finalizes a decade-long effort to take ownership of the canal system.DHHS at least owes Maine people compliance with the law
Apparently, it still doesn't to the Maine Department of Health and Human Services in the era of Gov. Paul LePage, as two recent examples demonstrate. Last year, overcoming a LePage veto, lawmakers from both parties passed a bill requiring that DHHS restore the state's public health nursing program to full staffing.LePage will pick 31 places to get tax breaks
Gov. Paul LePage has an extra month to pick 31 areas of the state to receive federal tax benefits that aim to encourage new investment in economically depressed areas. The tax breaks are part of the Republican federal tax overhaul passed last year.Franco Center plans Adult Prom Night
The Gendron Franco Center in Lewiston will present its third annual Adult Prom Night on Saturday, April 7 at 7 p.m. The host for this evening of fun will be the principal of the fictitious L/A High School, who encourages those attending to "Get dressed up for a prom night celebration loaded with lots of laughter, great food, music from across the decades, the 'prom punch' you always dreamed of, chaperons, and many other surprises!" The theme for this year's event is "Vegasa what happens at prom stays at prom!" Guests are encouraged to come in prom attire, Las Vegas attire, or both. A photo booth will be available to capture the occasion.Book chronicles Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul
Completed in 1938, the church was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983 and was raised to the status of a "basilica" by the Vatican in 2004. A forthcoming book called "The Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul" features dozens of stories about the basilica's history, mysteries, and central place in the Franco-American community of Lewiston.City of Lewiston acquires canal system
The City of Lewiston and Brookfield Renewable have completed the steps required to finalize Brookfield Renewable's donation of the Lewiston Canal System to the city. This culminates Lewiston's decade-long effort to obtain ownership of the canals, with the goal of eventually returning them to the gracious, tree-lined waterways that were once an attractive amenity.
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