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Wednesday July 30, 2014
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'A happy place'
Caroline Merrill, 2, serves herself a sugar cube Monday while having tea with her mother, Jenny Merrill, right, aunts Anita Hopkins, left, and Heather Priest, second from right, and grandmother, May Coffin, top center, at the Blue Willow Tea Room in Randolph.

High tea served in Randolph

The Margaret Smith handbags and dress factory was open from 1955 to 2008, and has since been transformed into an auction house and Blue Willow Tea Room.

In focus
Brendan Palmer, 17, leaps in to the Messalonskee Stream from the bridge that connects Mayflower Hill Drive and Gilman Street in Waterville Wednesday.

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