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Check Out The 12 Days Of Augusta Holiday Events
The city of Augusta loves to go all out during the holiday season and this year is no exception.
Winthrop Schools To Extend Holiday Break Due To Covid Issues
an emergency meeting was called by the Superintendent and Winthrop Public School Committee earlier this week
5th Annual River Of Tree Kicking Off In Augusta This Month
over 40 Local Business sponsored trees that will have displays with $300 in retail gifts
You Will Hear Bells Tolling Around Augusta On Veterans Day
at exactly 11am you will hear the bells of the churches in Augusta tolling 11 times as they honor everyone who has served, both past and present
Maine – Canadian Border Reopens For Canadians With Restrictions
With 24 border crossing around the State of Maine with Canada, the 611 mile border will now allow people on both sides to go back and forth
83 Year Old Hiker Becomes Oldest To Complete Appalachian Trial
completing his hike of the Appalachian Trial makes him the oldest person to ever complete the hike
See A Lobster Trap Christmas Tree At Rockland’s Festival of Lights
A celebration of the Winter Solstice and the holiday season. Last year due to Covid the Festival of Lights was turned off, but this year, things are back!
Are Maine Coon Cats Really Half Raccoon?
Some people say they are!
Maine Police Departments Suffering From Staff Shortages
Police department staffing up n down the coast and inland too are suffering from a shortage of police officers.
MaineGeneral Fires Almost 200 Of Its Employees Due To Covid Shot
All of the former employees indicated that the mandate was the cause of them separating from employment with MaineGeneral.
New Urgent Care Clinics Being Opened in These Three Maine Cities
One of the fastest growing segments of the consumer medical field is the the walk-in, quick care clinics that have popped up all over.
Maine Maritime Museum Facing Lawsuit Over Capsized Schooner
The passenger filing suit, Karen Baldwin indicated that she recalls having a safety briefing, but the people onboard were not being required to wear life vests during the cruise.
Rockland Is Raising Its Minimum Wage Higher Than State Minimum
This is the first of three minimum wage increases that will hit the mid-coast city over the next three years.
Last Chance For Amazing Deals At The Waterville Humane Society
Last Friday to Ca$h in on the "Clear The Shelter Fridays" at the Humane Society of the Waterville Area
The Camden Snow Bowl Hosts The Great Pumpkin Roll
The Camden Snow Bowl is transitioning from its annual Fall Foliage Chairlift Rides into Halloween mode
40 New Affordable Housing Units Being Built In Skowhegan
One of four projects that are made possible by the Maine Affordable Housing Tax Credit program being built in Skowhegan