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Tripp and Cyndi MacMaster
Tripp and Cyndi MacMaster

Benefit Dinner this Sunday for Cyndi MacMaster and her family in Gardiner

I've known Scott (Scotty) MacMaster for many years. From disc-jockey at Upstairs/Downstairs in Augusta in our younger days to Richmond's Chief of Police today. He, like all of us, has faced his ups and downs but now, he faces the biggest challenge of his life...taking care of the family as his wife, Cyndi, battles cancer.

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Melissa-Weston

Gardiner Youth Hockey Festival of Trees + Fireworks, Dec. 13 [INTERVIEW]

One of the great event of the holidays is Saturday, Dec. 13 at the Gardiner Waterfront. It's the Gardiner Youth Hockey Festival of Trees & Fireworks from 5pm to 9pm.

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Cole, Brie and Caitlin
Cole, Brie and Caitlin

Chronicles of Narnia Production Goes Up Thursday at Gardiner High’s Little Theater [Audio]

Cole Alberti and Caitlin Paul are actors. They are both students at Gardiner Regional Middle School. Brie is a senior at Gardiner High School and she is the student director. She clearly has a knack for leadership. Even in our short interview this morning, her ability to nurture and lead seemed apparent to me.

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UPDATE: Gardiner Area High School Freshman Missing Since Saturday Found Safe

UPDATE: Michael J. Booth, a 14-year-old freshman at Gardiner Area High School was last seen by his parents late Saturday (Oct. 18) night. He has now been found safe. According to the Gardiner Police Department, h
He was found Tuesday (Oct. 21) morning at a home in Gardiner. Police found him while following up on a tip.

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Jon demonstrated the proper way to eat a Sausage McMuffin
Jon demonstrated the proper way to eat a Sausage McMuffin

Jon James Shows You the Best Way to Eat and Savor a Sausage McMuffin and Hash Brown [Video]

At McDonald's in Gardiner the other day, I demonstrated for radio listeners and customers how to properly eat a Sausage McMuffin and hash brown. It IS an art, if you are to savor every morsel.

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‘Whatever Family Festival’ Kicks Off with the Greater Gardiner River Festival

The annual 'Whatever Family Festival,' presented by the Kennebec Valley Chamber of Commerce, begins Saturday (June 21) with the day-long 'Greater Gardiner River Festival.' It's a celebration on Gardiner’s Historic Water Street and beautiful Waterfront Park, Gardiner Main Street, Gardiner Rotary, and Johnson Hall. Enjoy live music and entertainment on three stages, a craft fair, and activities for all ages on and near the Kennebec River.

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Downtown Gardiner

Frosty’s Donuts Coming to Town! Downtown Gardiner That Is!

Gardiner has been very active and creative in attracting new business to their downtown. As a result, Frosty's Donuts is coming to town! The program is called the Gardiner Growth Initiative. It is made up of Gardiner Main Street, The Bank of Maine, the Gardiner Board of Trade and the city of Gardiner. 

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‘Ella Enchanted’ to Go Up at Gardiner High School this Thursday, Friday and Saturday [AUDIO]

A group of young thespians joined us in the Moose studios on Tuesday and told us about a production they're involved in, Ella Enchanted. It goes up Thursday through Saturday (5/15-17) at the Gardiner High School Little Theater beginning at 7pm. We spoke with some of the cast and crew. Listen!

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‘Leroy Smith Benefit Bash and Memorial Jam’ Planned for May 18 for Slain Gardiner Man

'The Leroy Smith Benefit Bash and Memorial Jam' will be Sunday, May 18, 2pm - 6pm at the Wharf, 132 Water St. in Hallowell. The band 'Working Class,' which once included Leroy Smith II, will play durin

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YouTube

Gardiner Man Claims “I’m the Lord” in Court Appearance for Killing His Father [VIDEO]

Leroy Smith III of Gardiner made his first court appearance (May 8) today. He's accused of killing his father, 56-year-old Leroy Smith II at their Gardiner home on Cannard Street. His father’s remains were found Monday (May 5) in numerous trash bags left in a wooded area off Lincoln Street in Richmond, about eight miles from their apartment.

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