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    WTVLBUSINESS story 082819 - Morning Sentinel photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Kevin Joseph stands for a portrait at his new restaurant, Guacamole's on Main Street in Waterville, on Tuesday.

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    Kevin Joseph stands for a portrait at his new restaurant, Guacamole's on Main Street in Waterville, on Tuesday.

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    Bill Mitchell, speaking with property manager Jay Conway on June 24. will have an open house Sept. 12 at The Elm to show off the renovations that have been made to the former American Legion Hall.

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    Bill Mitchell

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    Larsen's Jewelry closed August 16, but the proprietor left a note expressing his thanks to customers and information on how to contact him, as well as the establishment's web address. Bill Mitchell has plans to renovate the building.

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    Larsen's Jewelry closed August 16. Bill Mitchell, who owns GHM Insurance next door, has plans to renovate the building.

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    The former Tim Hortons restaurant on Main Street in Waterville was razed recently and will be replaced by Aspen Dental, according to Garvan Donegan, director of planning and economic development for the Central Maine Growth Council.

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