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1 Waterville community center to host 'Trunk or Treat' open house
2 Maine college invests in once-struggling mill town, hoping rising tide will lift both
3 Waterville Planning Board to consider expansion to George J. Mitchell School
4 Waterville StoryWalk launches along North Street Community Connector Trail
5 Boys soccer: First-half surge leads MDI to prelim victory over Waterville
6 Colby College announces program aimed at budding entrepreneurs
7 I-95 in Waterville closed after pickup causes crash while passing SUV in breakdown lane, police say
8 Robert Wright Obituary (1923
9 Waterville looks to boost pay for assistant city manager position as few apply
10 Robbery reported at GameStop in Waterville
11 Waterville StoryWalk to launch on North Street Community Connector Trail: 'Daniel Finds a Poem'
12 Maine International Film Festival seeks submissions
13 Waterville hospital, partners offer online activity, nutrition guide
14 Soap Lake football presses on after loss to Waterville
15 Business 2 Business Showcase held in Waterville
16 Waterville Lake Stable Set For First Breeders' Cup With Juvenile Turf Sprint Contender Derrynane
17 Football: Waterville fends off Morse in pivotal eight-man large North game
18 Football Game of the Week: Morse, Waterville meet in key eight-man showdown
19 Humane Society Waterville Area names new executive director following period of tumult
20 Waterville StoryWalk to traverse Community Connector Trail
21 Waterville board supports rezoning to allow for storage units
22 Waterville police investigate vandalism at RiverWalk amphitheater, vehicle burglaries
23 Arts center in downtown Waterville to take shape as beams move into place
24 Maine Voices Live Waterville with Richard Russo
25 Waterville Mayor after Riverwalk vandalism: “If you have to be destructive, go home”
26 Waterville City Council to consider pot ordinance change, license for Marijuanaville retail shop
27 Waterville Wanderings | Hoophouse Watermelon: Small in Size, Big in Flavor
28 Self-service laundromat and dog wash now available in Waterville
29 Local roundup: Winslow field hockey rolls past Waterville
30 Waterville Creates announces staffing changes
31 Vehicle knocked out power after hitting tree, telephone poles in Waterville, police say
32 UCP of Maine expands to Waterville
33 Air bags deploy, no injuries reported in Waterville crash
34 Waterville pitches $1.8 million plan to boost soccer, other recreational offerings
35 Causes of poverty, homelessness highlighted at first of three virtual Waterville forums
36 Waterville, Pittsfield hospitals receive funds supporting vaccine outreach
37 Walk to End Alzheimer's set for Oct. 2 in Waterville
38 Waterville considers $1.9 million parks and recreation plan
39 Waterville-area hospice volunteers to offer facilitator training
40 Homelessness, poverty taking center stage at Waterville forums starting this week
41 Private Waterville school superintendent who condemned COVID-19 restrictions tests positive for virus
42 Waterville Wanderings | Purple and red potato harvest | Empire Press | wenatcheeworld.com
43 Jody Rich, Waterville: My family by choice
44 Dolgeville rolls to 54-0 football victory over Waterville/Hamilton
45 Local roundup: Waterville girls soccer rolls to win over Nokomis
46 Waterville cinema to host film series through Nov. 1
47 7 players score in Hampden girls soccer victory over Waterville
48 Waterville Wanderings |1500-year-old cave bean harvest | Empire Press | wenatcheeworld.com
49 Central Maine Oct. 25 arrest log
50 Waterville homeowner charged with arson | Local News | mankatofreepress.com
51 Speeding a problem on Waterville street
52 The Weight Band concert set for Waterville
53 Obituary: Fernand J. Duval
54 Kudos, caution as officials unveil Waterville's $1.9 million plan for ice rink, expanded recreation
55 OKANOGAN & Douglas County SherifF, Brewster Police Dept Douglas County Sheriff Oct. 15-Oct. 21
56 WEM, Maple River close out regular-season competition
57 Amy Calder: An unlikely Waterville pair tackles an intractable problem
58 Waterville Christmas Program Now Accepting Applications For Kids
59 Nature's Nursery changes course, looking to expand at Waterville facility
60 Women stand against Texas abortion law in Belgrade, Waterville
61 Central Maine Oct. 23 police log
62 Colby launches laboratory training for future entrepreneurs
63 Singer, composer, mandolinist Chris Thile to perform at Waterville Opera House
64 Waterville Booster Club plans 2021 Gala and grant schedule
65 After years of spills at Waterville site, Pan Am Railways says it cleaned up its act
66 Waterville student commended by National Merit Scholarship Program
67 Waterville student named National Merit Scholarship semifinalist
68 Waterville Opera House to host Chris Thile
69 Obituary: Ida Louise (Gould) Varney
70 Obituary: Theresa D. Leclerc
71 Live Music Lineup: Tom DiMenna covers of Cat Stevens in Portland, The Weight Band plays Waterville
72 MDI boys, girls win Class B North cross-country titles
73 Highlights: Westmoreland, Waterville Girls Soccer Take Class C Matchup to 1-Goal Game
74 Local roundup: Erskine girls soccer tops Lincoln Academy in B South prelim
75 New report ranks top colleges, universities in Maine
76 Central Maine Oct. 21 police log
77 Astros will battle Braves in World Series
78 Wear A Costume To See The Addams Family 2 & Get BOGO FREE Tickets
79 Handful of Midcoast runners qualify for Class B state championships
80 Central Maine Oct. 26 police log
81 MDI football team tops Ellsworth/Sumner again
82 Holidays bereavement support group to begin Nov. 9
83 Obituary: G. Arlene Elias
84 Red Cross in desperate need of blood and platelet donations
85 Bucs fall to Knights in four games | News, Sports, Jobs
86 Caribou girls upset Winslow to advance in the playoffs
87 Jackie Keough Reich Obituary (1954
88 Obituary: Robert “Bobby” N. Redmond
89 Week In Photos Oct. 15-22, 2021
90 Section III boys soccer playoff brackets released: What you need to know
91 Magic of 'Matilda the Musical' unleashed after almost 2 years
92 Soccer playoffs: Mixed bag of results as many area teams advance
93 Last Fall Event for Ride the Rails to Hike the Trails
94 Alfond youth center cornhole tournament raises $24K
95 CEOs at forum say leadership style has changed in past two years
96 Photo Album: Rollerskiers shine at The Maine Event
97 OBITUARIES for Thursday, October 21, 2021
98 Mustangs, Windjammers prep for eight-man football playoffs
99 On the Record: For GM of the Lockwood Hotel in Waterville, the role was too good to ignore
100 Waterville startup hub Dirigo Labs gears up for its own startup with key hire