Five Maine counties eligible for USDA loans related to drought

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Two Maine counties have been designated as primary natural disaster areas by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Producers in Cumberland, York, Androscoggin,…

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Master of science in cybersecurity now offered by UMA, USM

AUGUSTA — Beginning this fall, the University of Maine at Augusta and University of Southern Maine will offer a master’s degree in cybersecurity. This completely…

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Students’ experience on Buxton farm featured in video

BUXTON — A peer mentoring program at Massabesic High School culminated in summer work on a local farm for free students, an experience that’s now…

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Gorham High School students create social distancing PSA

GORHAM — In collaboration with the Maine Department of Education, Gorham High School students have created a public service announcement for their peers, encouraging them…

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Central, western Maine communities, organizations awarded bicentennial grants

AUGUSTA — The Maine Bicentennial Commission has awarded its second round of Bicentennial Community Grants, disbursing a total of $432,290 among 133 applicants. The grants…

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Sebago Lakes Chamber of Commerce issues COVID-19 statement

The Sebago Lakes Chamber of Commerce has issued this statement: The Sebago Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce reminds you to be socially responsible during this…

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