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Wednesday, February 19, 2020
  • Sundog Solar of Searsport is installing a 65.1-kilowatt solar array on the former Damariscotta landfill to provide discounted power for the municipality.
  • The St. George Business Alliance (SGBA) will hold a panel discussion titled “A Question of Focus: Four Unique Approaches to Serving Up Hospitality in St. George” at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, February 25, during SGBA’s monthly member meeting at Craignair Inn & Restaurant, 5 Third Street in Spruce Head. The discussion is open to the public.
  • Registration is now open for exhibitor booths at the 27th annual Business and Community Expo to be held by the Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce at the Samoset Resort on Wednesday, April 1, from 2 to 7 p.m. While attendance at the event is free and open to the public, exhibitors must be Chamber members.
  • The Department of Marine Resources (DMR) lottery for the right to apply for an elver license will conclude at 4:30 p.m. on Friday, February 21.
  • Central Lincoln County (CLC) YMCA has signed a purchase-and-sale agreement on the property on Sand Hill Drive in Nobleboro where CLC YMCA childcare programs for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years are currently held.
  • The Maine Lobster Festival recently presented $500 to local youth basketball organization MidCoast Elite and $2,500 to Simonton Corner Community Association. The 2020 festival will be held July 29 through August 2.
  • Maine Water Company has announced the third rate credit within a year for its Camden/Rockland operating division. Starting February 4, and continuing for one year, customers will get a credit of 2.8 percent in each of their regular water ...
  • Maine’s Economic Plan at Chamber Breakfast
    Heather Johnson, commissioner of the Maine Department of Economic and Community Development, will be the featured speaker at Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce’s business breakfast on Wednesday, February 26 ...
  • Waldo County Extension Association will host the fourth annual Waldo County farmer and food producer winter potluck dinner at the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association exhibition hall, 294 Crosby Brook Road ...
  • Garry Schwall of Lincolnville was elected as chair of the board of directors of the Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce at the board’s annual business meeting Thursday, January 23. Schwall replaces Sarah McLean of Global Packing & Shipping in Camden, who did not seek re-election to the post, although she remains on the board.
  • Rockland Main Street, the nonprofit downtown organization, has hired David Gogel as its new executive director. Gogel steps into the position that was held by Gordon Page, who retired January 31.
  • Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association (MOFGA) is offering a journeyperson program that will provide hands-on support, training and mentorship for farmers who are serious about operating farm businesses in ...
  • Central Lincoln County (CLC) YMCA recently received a 2019 Quimby Foundation Nourishment Grant in the amount of $15,000 to support food programs and collaborative work with local food systems. Funding from the ...
  • Camden Rotary Club reminds nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations in Knox County and Lincolnville that grant applications for 2020 are due by Saturday, February 29. Applications can be found by visiting camdenrotary.org....
  • AIO Food Pantry Hires Eola Ball as New Pantry Director —
    AIO Food Pantry, 70 Thomaston Street, Rockland, has hired Eola Ball (shown) to serve as part-time pantry director. Ball is the first paid employee in the organization’s 30-year history. She will be responsible for ensuring optimal levels ...
  • Maine single-family existing home values increased in November, while limited inventory led to a decrease in sales. According to Maine Listings, 123 fewer homes were sold in November 2019 — a 7.59 percent decline from November 2018....
  • Maine Securities Administrator Judith Shaw has released a list of the top five investment products or schemes likely to trap Maine investors in the new year and steps that can be taken to protect against investment fraud. Risks include ...
  • Maine Department of Labor and U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released November workforce estimates for the state. Labor force and unemployment estimates are based on the population age 16 and over. Unemployment rates decreased ...
  • Maine Department of Labor is advising workers, job seekers and employers that changes in state and federal wage and overtime regulations will occur on January 1. Maine’s minimum wage will increase from $11 to $12 per hour ...
  • Maine Department of Labor (MDOL) is warning the public about websites advertising help with filing unemployment insurance claims. These websites are not affiliated with the Maine Department of Labor’s Bureau of Unemployment ...
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