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  • Published
    May 24, 2013

    STILL LIFE: Community gardeners

    Elizabeth Vigue wipes rain from her brow as Chuck Kittrel plants peppers in their section of the Waterville Parks and Recreation garden on North Street in Waterville Friday afternoon. The couple rented the space for $10 for the summer season.

  • Published
    May 17, 2013

    STILL LIFE: Flight of the quad kite

    Dan LaRochelle, of Waterville, takes advantage of the blustery weather with his 9-foot quad-line kite on the fields at Colby College on Friday.

  • Published
    May 14, 2013

    PHOTOS: St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church demolition

    St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church, its rectory and its parish hall, on Elm Street in downtown Waterville, are being demolished this week to make way for a housing project.

  • Published
    May 4, 2013

    STILL LIFE: Women Build Day

    Tina Cook, far left, Khristina Thayer, left center, Kelsey Atwood, right center and Alice Stinson measure vinyl siding during the Lowe’s Women Build Day at the Habitat for Humanity house on Jaques Lane in Oakland on Saturday. About 30 women volunteered their skills and sweat for the day, making up nearly 75 percent of the workforce at the job site.

  • Published
    April 20, 2013

    STILL LIFE: Special visit from Santa

    Zachary Korbet, 4, is greeted by Santa Claus at Champions in Waterville on Saturday. Korbet was diagnosed with leukemia in January and is receiving treatment at Maine Children’s Cancer Program in Scarborough. Santa’s visit was part of a benefit to help offset treatment costs. The Christmas theme was catered to Zach’s affinity for the holiday.

  • Published
    April 19, 2013

    STILL LIFE: Ice cream opener

    Adrianna Lombardi, 2, digs in to some fresh ice cream from Stone Fox Farm Creamery, in spite of the cool temperatures and rain, at the opening day of of the Waterville Farmer’s Market at The Concourse on Thursday.

  • Published
    April 19, 2013

    STILL LIFE: Cardboard kayak race at Unity College

    During the first cardboard kayak race at Unity College on Friday, students had one hour to fabricate kayaks from cardboard, tape and plastic, then race them.

  • Published
    April 17, 2013

    STILL LIFE: Running for Boston

    Even as authorities tracked down leads and possible suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings, the Couch-to-5K running group was out on Depot Road in Belgrade Wednesday to participate in the informal, but national, Run for Boston. Runners across the country hit the roads to show support for the people of Boston. Leading the way in Belgrade was Camdyn LaMarre, 8, who was one of the dozen or so runners who took part.

  • Published
    April 12, 2013

    Photos: Albert S. Hall School’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Day

    The first Science Technology Engineering and Math Day, at Albert S. Hall School in Waterville, took place on Friday.

  • Published
    April 6, 2013

    PHOTOS: Colby Woodsmen’s annual Muddy Jack & Jill Meet

    Colby College’s annual Muddy Jack & Jill meet on Saturday gathered teams from across New England to compete in events including single-buck sawing, burling (better known as log rolling), pole climbing, survey chain throwing and crosscut sawing.

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