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  • Published
    January 23, 2023

    Schooner Fare set to entertain on stage at Riverfront

    Brothers Chuck and Steve Romanoff begin their 48th year as Schooner Fare with return engagements to some of the most venerable venues for folk and acoustic music including a performance at 7 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 3, at Riverfront Performing Arts and Events at the Franco Center in Lewiston. They will perform in a lively […]

  • Published
    January 23, 2023

    Looking Back on Jan. 23: ‘Martel buys shoe factory to use with tire business’

    Read more about Jan. 23, 1968, in the SunJournal.com archives. 100 Years Ago: 1923 The Ladies’ Circle of Stevens Mills Grange will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. H.W. Pride of 136 Pleasant Street, Auburn. 50 Years Ago: 1973 Lyndon Baines Johnson, whose presidency in the turbulent 60s launched the nation on a sweeping domestic reform […]

  • Published
    January 21, 2023

    Looking Back on Jan. 21: ‘Lewiston boy, 5, falls through ice and drowns’

    Read more about Jan. 21, 1958, in the SunJournal.com archives. 100 Years Ago: 1923 Mrs. George W. C. Studley of South Portland entertained the Modern History Club this week. The program was in charge of Miss Belle R. Tilton. It included a list of words and phrases often misused and mispronounced. Each member was required […]

  • Published
    January 20, 2023

    Looking Back on Jan. 20: ‘ELHS issue tabled until budget time’

    Read more about Jan. 20, 1948, in the SunJournal.com archives. 100 Years Ago: 1923 An invitation to the “Y” Girls to a tobogganing party on Monday night has been received from Miss Ruth Healy. Any girl wishing to go is asked to leave her name at the Blue Triangle before Monday noon. The girls will […]

  • Published
    January 19, 2023

    No Guts, No Glory at Mixers tonight

    Rock cover band No Guts No Glory will play at 8 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 20, at Mixers Nightclub & Lounge in Sabattus. There is no cover charge and plenty of free parking. Mixers is located at 136 Sabattus Rd., Sabattus.

  • Published
    January 19, 2023

    Looking Back on Jan. 19: ‘Selling liquor in Lewiston City Hall’

    Read more about Jan. 19 1923, in the SunJournal.com archives. 100 Years Ago: 1923 Never was snowshoeing so popular as it has been this winter. You catch the spirit of it right in the hearts of the city, at least Sunday mornings, for outgoing cars swarm with bright-eyed men and women in snow-shoeing regalia. Take […]

  • Published
    January 18, 2023

    ‘Disney’s Beauty and the Beast’ presented by Oak Hill drama club

    Oak Hill High School’s drama club will present the Broadway classic, “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast,” on stage beginning on Friday, Jan. 20, the Little Theatre in the Woods at Oak Hill High School in Wales. Based on the Academy Award-winning animated feature, the stage version, an international sensation produced in 37 countries, includes the […]

  • Published
    January 18, 2023

    Looking Back on Jan. 18: ‘Accused of lasciviousness in speech’

    Read more about Jan. 18, 1943, in the SunJournal.com archives. 100 Years Ago: 1923 Mrs. Horace E. Gibbs, 198 Granite Street, Auburn will entertain the Auburn Art Club Friday this week. The subject for the afternoon will be “Art.” Roll call will be answered by interesting newspaper items. 50 Years Ago: 1973 Lieut. Robert Holt […]

  • Published
    January 17, 2023

    Looking Back on Jan. 17: ‘Mrs. Dunton gets the love bonds’

    Read more about Jan. 17, 1923, in the SunJournal.com archives. 100 Years Ago: 1923 The BPW members who enjoy whist met with Mrs. L.M. Lunt at her home on Sabattus Street Monday evening. Mrs. Lamson won the highest score. In two weeks the meeting is to be at the Greyloft. A regular class will be […]

  • Published
    January 16, 2023

    Looking Back on Jan. 16: ‘Crews continue to gain’

    Read more about Jan. 16, 1998, in the SunJournal.com archives. 100 Years Ago: 1923 Twenty tables of auction were enjoyed Monday afternoon at St. Margaret’s Guild of St. Michael’s parish. The high score was won by Mrs. Howard Mann and the consolation went to Mrs. Herbert R. Coffin. Refreshments were served on the small tables […]

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