WATERVILLE — City councilors will discuss possible sites for a new police station at 6:30 p.m. today in the council chambers at The Center downtown. A site plan with an artist’s rendering of what a police station would look like at Head of Falls will be shown.

KVCC jazz gala set to return Friday

FAIRFIELD — Kennebec Valley Community College’s 5th annual fund-raising gala, “An Evening of Jazz,” is slated for Friday, Feb. 3, 6-10 p.m., in Carter Hall.

The Foundation Board of Trustees organizes the gala to raise money for student scholarships.

Central Maine Power Company is the presenting sponsor for semi-formal event, which includes silent and live auctions, dinner and music from the Faculty Jazz Band.

Ninety-nine percent of the college’s students are Maine residents, according to Jonathan Humphrey, the college’s marketing specialist.

Kennebec Valley Community College offers more than 30 programs, ranging from two-year associate degrees to certificate, advanced certificate, and diploma options.

For more information, call 453-5020 or email [email protected]

Vendors needed for chocolate festival

FAIRFIELD — Vendors are being sought for the 19th annual Chocolate Festival slated for Saturday, Feb. 11, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Fairfield Community Center.

Fifteen tables are available. The deadline for applications is Jan. 27. Businesses may reserve a vendor’s table for $50 and nonprofit community organizations may reserve a table free of charge. Each vendor must provide at least one chocolate offering.

Vendor reservation forms are available at the Town Office at 19 Lawrence Avenue and at www.fairfieldme.com.

Compiled from staff reports