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About: Augusta, Maine

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
Local Newspapers: Kennebec Journal
Local Sports Teams: N/A
Local Colleges: University of Maine at Augusta

Zip Codes associated with Augusta, ME: 04330.
Towns/Cities near Augusta, ME : Hallowell, Gardiner, Randolph, Manchester, Farmingdale, Sidney, Chelsea, Libby Hill.

  • How do you know they won't kill again?
    Sunday, January 25, 2015 3:08:51 PM

    Chuck Petrucelly lives in a supervised apartment in Augusta, Maine, after 41 2 years of treatment. He killed his brother in 2008.

  • Maine food activists say they're optimistic despite legal, legislative defeats
    Saturday, January 17, 2015 12:52:27 AM

    Philip Retberg talks to Teeter as he gets ready to milk the cows at Quill's End Farm in Penobscot on Friday evening. Buy Photo Dan Brown finishes milking his cow, Sprocket, by hand at Gravelwood Farm in Blue Hill last year.

  • Will the national anti-abortion wave catch Maine?
    Saturday, January 17, 2015 12:52:26 AM

    Kate Brogan, vice president for public affairs at the Family Planning Association of Maine, voices her opposition to three abortion bills introduced to the Maine Legislature in this 2013 BDN file photo. Flanking Brogan are members of the Maine Choice Coalition Buy Photo State Sen. Paul Davis, R-Sangerville, has proposed An Act To Strengthen the Consent Laws for Abortions Performed on Minors and Incapacitated Persons that may go before the state Legislature this year.

  • Maine governor seeks $2M for legal fees in budget
    Thursday, January 15, 2015 11:37:20 PM

    AUGUSTA, MAINE >> Republican Gov. Paul LePage wants to set aside $2 million in Maine's budget to cover legal fees in cases not supported by the state's top attorney, a Democrat who has disagreed with the governor on a number of issues during his first term. The $6.3 billion budget proposal that LePage unveiled last week includes $1 million in each of the next two fiscal years for "legal contingencies in which the attorney general declines to represent the state."

  • Fontaine resigns as director of USTA
    Thursday, January 15, 2015 10:37:09 PM

    Paul A. Fontaine, long time director of the United Trotting Association, has resigned and his successor as a racetrack director from District # 9 will be elected at the annual District # 9 meeting in Augusta, ME on Saturday Jan. 17. "I will certainly miss my colleagues and the many friends I've had over almost 40 years in the USTA arena," said Fontaine. "I am confident that my contributions to the board have added substance to USTA and I wish all my friends good fortune.

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