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Good Eatin’ in Augusta at the ‘Cross Cafe’ at Cross Office Building @ State House Complex

I was flipping through the September 2014 Dispatch Magazine and noticed an interesting review on some restaurants who have political connections.  Among the choices was 'The Cross Cafe' in the lower level Cross Office Building at the State House Complex in Augusta. The food there is great! One reviewer was very pleased, the other give it a 3 out of 5, but said they would try it again when in the area. It is not a place you might think for weekday breakfast or lunch, but try it, I think you will like it too.

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Category: Community, Food, Opinion
Gi Gi Hutchins, Maine State Museum
Gi Gi Hutchins, Maine State Museum

Bug Maine-ia at the Maine State Museum, Tomorrow (Wednesday) from 9-3 (Audio)

Creepy, crawly fun at the Maine State Museum tomorrow (9/10) as Bug Maine-ia invades the Maine State Museum. A great learning experience for kids and adults as bugs from around the world (many living) converge under one roof!

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Denise Gianini, Reach & Rise Mentoring Program Director
Denise Gianini, Reach & Rise Mentoring Program Director

Information Night, Tuesday, Sept. 9 for Reach + Rise Mentoring Program in Waterville [AUDIO]

Tonight (Sept. 9) there is an information session planned at 5:30 pm at the Alfond Youth Center, 126 North St., Waterville for the Reach & Rise Mentoring Program. Mentors are needed. Do you have some extra time?

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Chief Robert Gregoire, Facebook
Chief Robert Gregoire, Facebook

Augusta Police Chief, Bob Gregoire, in Critical Condition Following Weekend Motorcycle Accident

Augusta Police Chief, Bob Gregoire, along with his wife, Cathy and Augusta Police Sargent Chris Shaw, were using their day off to help raise money for the Shriners Hospitals for Children. That afternoon, on the way back to Turner, where riders were to gather, the two officers' motorcycles crashed in Jay. Shaw was alone and Gregoire was riding with his wife.

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Out for a walk in Hallowell

Five Reasons to Visit Hallowell…This is What the Boston Globe Had to Say!

I like Hallowell. In fact, when I was home shopping I wanted a home in Hallowell, but did not have any luck at that time. But since I live right next door in Augusta, Hallowell is ALWAYS waiting for me

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Matt Cardy, Getty Images
Matt Cardy, Getty Images

Maine Getting Ready for Fall Foliage Season

Now that it's starting to actually feel like summer, it's time to get ready for leaf peeping weather!

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Apple Pie Contest @ Litchfield Fair
Apple Pie Contest @ Litchfield Fair

It’s Time for the Litchfield Fair…and Apple Pie!

The Litchfield Fair is a central Maine favorite and runs (Sept 5 - Sept 7) through Sunday. We're happy to be back again this year to help judge the apple pie baking contest.

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‘Rethink Homelessness’ Really Wants You to Rethink What You Think You Know About the Homeless [video]

When a lot of people see someone who is homeless there are a lot of assumptions that are made. But, once you learn more about who they and their stories, it hard to just lump people into some preconceived category. In fact, ‘Rethink Homelessness’ recently asked a few homeless people to write down a fact about themselves that other people wouldn't know just by walking past them. Their answers may surprise you.

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Category: Community, Opinion
Lisa, the owner, draws a beer while manager, Ashley, her daughter, watches
Lisa, the owner, draws a beer while manager, Ashley, her daughter, watches

A New Haunt Comes to South China Thursday; The Grain Room Lounge! [Video]

When Lisa Wardwell purchased the China Dine-ah from Norm Elvin earlier this year, she knew she was going to add a lounge. After all, the lounge at her Augusta eatery, Lisa's Restaurant, is very popular and there had never been anything like it in the China Lakes Region. The closest thing ever was Nick and Nora's in Vassalboro, which has been gone for years.

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Photo: Renee Nelson
Photo: Renee Nelson

Augusta’s Lithgow Library Chooses ‘Life Among Giants’ for ‘A Capital Read’

Award-winning novelist Bill Roorbach will be visiting the Lithgow Library in Augusta this fall as apart of a month-long series of events, part of the annual 'A Capital Read.' It's a community wide reading project encouraging all to take part in reading the book and taking part in the planned activities.

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