Is It Too Loud In Downtown Hallowell?
This summer, downtown Hallowell is bustling with...noise. The condensed area downtown has been a cause for concern, and now the City Council will hold a public hearing to talk about changing a noise ordinance to allow outdoor music on Water Street past 9 p.m. during city-sanctioned events, incl…
Hallowell’s Top 10 Rated Restaurants According To Yelp
Is there a hipper town in Central Maine with a better vibe than Hallowell? Maybe not.
A historic downtown area right on the Kennebec River, Hallowell is known for great antique shops, some of the best live music in the area, and some outstanding places to eat...
Hallowell Appoints Interim Fire Chief
James Owens, 60, a Farmingdale firefighter with more than 40 years of experience, has been chosen as Hallowell’s interim fire chief.
City Manager Nate Rudy appointed Owens after the City Council voted save the Hallowell Fire Department...
Celebrate The Holidays In Historic Hallowell This Saturday (DEC 10)
This Saturday, December 10, Historic Hallowell will be the place to be as a great week of holiday fun will culminate in a fun day of activities.
There will be a Holiday Bazaar with arts and antiques at Easy Street from 10-4
From noon-2, there will be wagon rides hauled by beautiful Clydesdale Horses..…
Sunday Jam Food Raiser For Hallowell Food Bank At Kennebec Wharf
If you love live music, there is no better place to be than Hallowell Maine. And at the center of the Hallowell music scene is the Kennebec Wharf.
Sunday nights at the Wharf has always featured some of the best local musicians getting together for the weekly jam hosted by Christine Poulson...
Free Cruises Along The Kennebec River
You can take a cruise along the Kennebec River for free this Thursday through Saturday. Maine Water Tours, Inc. is considering a local river transportation and cruise service that may include a water shuttle between Gardiner, Hallowell and Augusta, sunset and happy hour cruises, other scenic cruises…
Bank of Maine in Hallowell Was Robbed Today (June 23) at 10:15
Police are looking for a man in his 60s or 70s who robbed the Bank of Maine branch in Hallowell (June 23) today. Hallowell Police Chief Eric Nason said it happened around 10:15 this morning. A teller was given a note and the unarmed man was given an undisclosed amount of money.

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