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Amy Calder covers Waterville, including city government, for the Morning Sentinel and writes a column, “Reporting Aside,” which appears Mondays in both the Sentinel and Kennebec Journal. She has worked at the newspaper 29 years, including a stint as bureau chief for the Somerset County Bureau in Skowhegan, and has covered a variety of beats. A Skowhegan native (who is proud to say she was born in Waterville), she holds a bachelors in English from University of Hartford and completed post-graduate work in the School of Education at University of Massachusetts at Amherst. She holds more than a dozen awards from the Maine Press Association and New England Associated Press News Executives Association. Calder lives in Waterville with her husband, Philip Norvish, a retired Sentinel reporter and editor.

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  • Published
    June 1, 2012

    Authorities doubt Ayla still alive

    WATERVILLE — State investigators think it is highly unlikely that Ayla Reynolds is alive.

  • Published
    May 31, 2012

    Police: Ayla Reynolds is likely dead

    In Portland, Ayla’s mother and other family members react with sobs and a plea for anyone with information about the toddler’s disappearance to come forward.

  • Published
    May 31, 2012

    Waterville police log, May 30 and 31

    Theft, shoplifting, threatening

  • Published
    May 30, 2012

    Waterville, Clinton police logs, May 28-30

    Criminal mischief, vehicle accidents, harassment

  • Published
    May 30, 2012

    Trail opening marked with celebrations

    WATERVILLE — The opening of the Waterville Connector Trail from North Street to Head of Falls will be celebrated Saturday with an event for both walkers and those who use wheelchairs.

  • Published
    May 30, 2012

    Architect: new site better for police

    WATERVILLE — An architect from Port City Architecture recommends the city build a new police station at Head of Falls rather than buy the Morning Sentinel and retrofit it for that purpose.

  • Published
    May 29, 2012

    Spiffing up planned for airport

    WATERVILLE — Robert LaFleur Municipal Airport will get some spiffing up this summer, both inside and outside the terminal, if all goes according to plan.

  • Published
    May 26, 2012

    Estimates for police station increase

    WATERVILLE — The latest estimates for a new police station increases costs above the $2.5 million approved by the City Council to between $3 million and $3.4 million.

  • Published
    May 26, 2012

    Waterville police station estimates go up

    WATERVILLE — The latest estimates for a new police station increases costs above the $2.5 million approved by the City Council to between $3 million and $3.4 million.

  • Published
    May 26, 2012

    AMY CALDER: Country roads took her home

    Judy Mitchell, once homeless, now has a place to call home.

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