UMaine Extension offers webinar on ticks June 25

ORONO — Ticks in Maine will be the focus of a free University of Maine Cooperative Extension webinar on Thursday, June 25 from 1 to…

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Free Diabetes Prevention Program offered live online

FARMINGTON — Franklin Memorial Hospital’s Diabetes Prevention Program is being offered free in a live online format. The Diabetes Prevention Program provides a year of…

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Central Maine students named to PSU president’s list

PLYMOUTH, N.H. — A number of central Maine students were named to the the Plymouth State University president’s list for the spring 2020 semester. To…

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Public Mass schedules continue to be finalized at Maine parishes

PORTLAND — The list of public Masses with safety restrictions being celebrated daily and on Sundays at Maine churches continues to grow The dispensation from…

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Good Will-Hinkley students travel the world from the comfort of home

FAIRFIELD — Imagine traveling the world right now from the comfort of your own home. That’s what Good Will-Hinckley’s Glenn Stratton Learning Center students are…

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St. John’s students in Brunswick fight odds to publish book

BRUNSWICK — A love of writing, imagination and commitment led a class of fifth graders at St. John’s Catholic School in Brunswick to publish a…

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High Peaks Alliance names Brent West executive director

FARMINGTON — Brent West, of Readfield, has been named executive director of the High Peaks Alliance, a nonprofit serving western Maine’s High Peaks region. West…

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Sabattus student named Clarkson Presidential Scholar

POTSDAM, N.Y. — Alex Michaud of Sabattus, Maine, was named a Presidential Scholar for the spring 2020 semester at Clarkson University. Presidential Scholars must achieve…

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Webinar on school, community gardens accessibility June 16

Maine AgrAbility and the Maine CITE Coordinating Center will host a free webinar on accessibility for school and community gardens from 1 to 2 p.m….

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Lewiston announces Pandemic Emergency Loan Program for Small Businesses

LEWISTON — The Lewiston City Council has created a Pandemic Emergency Loan Program for Small Businesses.. The program is to provide emergency funding to small…

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