|Headquarters||36 Anthony Avenue,|
Augusta, Maine 04330,
|Circulation||10,792 daily (as of 2012)|
The newspaper covers Augusta and the surrounding capital area and southern Kennebec County. Known colloquially as the "KJ".
James G. Blaine bought half of the newspaper in 1854 and became its editor. Blaine later served as United States Senator from Maine from to 1881, United States Secretary of State in 1881 and from 1889 to 1892. He was also the Republican Party's nominee for president during the 1884 election.
In November 1922, Charles F. Flint, general manager of The Kennebec Journal, and his three sons, Roy, Charles, and Leigh, purchased stock control of the newspaper.
The price of each for the Saturday/Sunday “Weekend Edition” issue of The Kennebec Journal is $1.50, while the daily issues cost $1.00 each.
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- "MaineToday Media Acquires Maine Newspapers, Online Information Portal and Related Real Estate Assets". Business Wire. June 15, 2009. Retrieved September 14, 2010.