Welcome to CentralMaine.com.

We’ve combined the power of the newsroom of the Kennebec Journal and the Morning Sentinel to bring you the only website dedicated to covering Central Maine.

We are so pleased to bring you this new web experience that presents journalism from our two newspapers in a cleaner, more elegant design. Combining our resources online enables us to offer more frequent updates as news happens throughout the day. CentralMaine.com was built using responsive design so the site looks great on all screen sizes whether desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile.

We invite you to try the new CentralMaine.com free for a limited time. CentralMaine.com will remain free for current home delivery and digital subscribers. Like many other newspapers’ websites, we are instituting a pay-model through which you can read five stories per month for free before we ask you to subscribe. To find out about subscription packages, visit myaccount.kjonline.com or myaccount.onlinesentinel.com.

With the addition of even more online exclusive content including video, data-visualizations and other interactive features, the site is additive to the print reading experience. Source: Eating and Living Sustainably in Maine, our new Sunday print-section, is also available on CentralMaine.com.

Dive right in and explore the new CentralMaine.com or take a video tour of the new site.

If you’re into the sausage making, please read our FAQs about the new site.

And most importantly, send us feedback and let us know what you think!

Scott Monroe
Editor, Kennebec Journal and Morning Sentinel