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Sunday, September 27, 2020
  • University of Maine Cooperative Extension will offer a free online workshop about photographing beef cattle for vitrtual markets and is offering several drop-off sites for those who wish to recycle greenhouse plastic....
  • University of Maine Cooperative Extension is offering a webinar on root cellaring, another about how to create a contact tracing program for livestock disease on farms, and a farm coaching program. “Root Cellaring: A Cheap and Easy ...”
  • The Maine State Housing Authority (MaineHousing) is offering the lowest mortgage interest rate in the history of the agency’s First Home Loan program: 2.875 percent. The First Home Loan program offers first-time homebuyers a $3,500 ...
  • New Executive Director Named at the Knox Museum —
    Ethan Yankura of Camden was recently appointed the executive director of the Knox Museum in Thomaston after three years of volunteer leadership. Yankura brings 20 years of nonprofit experience to the museum, 17 years ...
  • United Midcoast Charities Pays Out Grants —
    United Midcoast Charities has disbursed grants to three local agencies from the Federal Emergency Food and Shelter program and CARES Act totaling $29,912. The recipients are AIO Food Pantry, New Hope for Women and Wayfinder ...
  • The Genesis Community Loan Fund, a Brunswick-based Community Development Financial Institution, recently helped the City of Rockland complete an infrastructure improvement project at the 76-lot Sunset Terrace Mobile Home ...
  • Grants totaling $345,370 have been awarded through the Belvedere Historic Preservation and Energy Efficiency Fund of the Maine Community Foundation. Local grantees include: City of Rockland, to install energy-efficient ... 
  • The USDA will provide approximately $530 million to support U.S. fishermen in coastal states impacted by retaliatory tariffs from foreign governments. The funding will be provided through the Seafood Trade Relief Program and ...
  • The University of Maine Hutchinson Center, located at 80 Belmont Avenue in Belfast,will offer an in-person project management certificate course, Practical Project Management, on three consecutive Fridays, October 2 ...
  • Weekly work search requirements for all unemployment claimants will resume on Sunday, October 4. The only exception is for individuals in medical quarantine due to potential COVID-19 exposure. Beginning with the weekly ...
  • The Maine Department of Labor has adopted the final rules for Maine’s Earned Paid Leave Law — “An Act Authorizing Earned Employee Leave” — which ensures that employees of businesses with more than 10 employees can ...
  • New Ventures Maine is offering a new series of free, interactive online workshops, called Business Success, at noon on Tuesdays, September 29 – November 17. Preregistration is required by 11 a.m. the day of the workshop; recordings ...
  • The University of Maine Hutchinson Center will offer an online professional development program, Increasing Effectiveness with Critical Thinking, on Fridays, October 23 and 30, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Registration is now open....
  • The Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce is holding a fundraising raffle, called Turning the Tide On 2020; the prize is $2,020. Tickets will be sold through September 30. Tickets are now on sale for $50 each, or three for $100....
  • Maine Director of Economic Development Martha Bently will address the Camden Rotary Club via Zoom on Tuesday, September 15, about the state’s 10-year economic development strategy document, “A Focus on Talent and Innovation” ...
  • Island Institute to Lead Marine Economy Project
    The Maine Tech- nology Institute (MTI) and Focus- Maine recently awarded the Rockland-based Island Institute a three-year, $300,000 contract to serve as program director for SEAMaine, Maine’s Marine Economy Roadmap/Workforce ...
  • The United States Department of Agriculture recently approved Maine’s hemp production plans. With the approval, the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry assumes primary regulatory responsibility for hemp ...
  • Pen Bay Welcomes Maine Track Students
    Two third-year medical students enrolled in the Maine Track program at Tufts University School of Medicine will be working at Pen Bay Medical Center for the next eight months, rotating through the departments of internal medicine ...
  • Congresswoman Chellie Pingree last week announced that USDA Rural Development has awarded eight Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) grants to businesses in Maine’s First Congressional District, totaling $320,703....
  • New AIO Energy Assistance Manager
    AIO Food and Energy Assistance has hired South Thomaston resident Rhonda Nordstrom as the organization’s new energy assistance program manager. The program provides assistance with energy utilities during the winter ...
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