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"Because we're not 18 yet, we wanted to be able to do something to advocate for voting in our community," said Inga Zimba, a Waterville High School student who helped organize an event on Tuesday to promote voter registration.

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WATERVILLE — Before the Covid-19 pandemic made the 2020 season one for building and team growth for every high school soccer team in the state, Messalonskee High School boys soccer coach Tom Sheridan knew this would be a season in which his young team would gain experience for the future.

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City councilors Tuesday will also discuss referring to the Planning Board for public hearing and recommendation a request to rezone city-owned property on North Street where a community ice rink would be built.

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WATERVILLE — Game 1 of the Thomas College ... 2:20 left in the first half, and Messalonskee High School graduate Hunter Smith, playing on the field named after his family, scored his first ...

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WATERVILLE — Waterville Senior High School freshman Joshua Way figured it out quickly. Olivia Tiner, a senior on the Winslow High School cross country team, has known for a while. If you can run ...

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The Waterville City Council is scheduled to consider voting Tuesday on an emergency medical services agreement between the city and Delta Ambulance and a land lease with the Alfond Youth & Community Center,

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Maine Technical Center at Waterville Senior High School. WATERVILLE — The Waterville Planning Board is expected to hold a final vote Monday on a plan to build a solar farm off Webb Road, review a city solar project and consider rules regulating short-term rentals.

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Now that teams across the area have played a few games, the 2020 rule modifications are just the rules, and the Waterville girls soccer team barely gives them a second thought. “It’s not too bad. It’s all right.

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So when Waterville Senior High School’s Mukie Znajmiecka returned an interception 100 yards with just over five minutes to play in the first quarter of Thursday afternoon’s 7-on-7 flag ...

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Superintendent Eric Haley said $1.9 million from the second round of federal COVID-19 relief funding must be spent before Dec. 31, or the schools will lose it.

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