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Sunday, March 29, 2020
  • The Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry has created a new website that provides COVID-19 information and resources to agriculture and food businesses. The site will feature regular updates from the Maine ...
  • The Town of Edgecomb Select Board has postponed the annual Town Meeting and election in light of the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19. Both will be rescheduled. Jack Sarmanian, select board chair, explained in a news release ...
  • The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is offering low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to Maine small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19)....
  • In order to follow the Maine Center for Disease Control’s guidance on social distancing due to COVID-19, Maine Department of Labor CareerCenter services will be temporarily available only online and by phone. The quality ...
  • The Maine Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is taking immediate steps to ensure access to critical services and benefits for Maine people while protecting the health of employees and the public in ...
  • Maine Department of Labor will implement new flexible unemployment insurance (UI) measures that will benefit both workers and businesses thanks to emergency legislation from Gov. Janet Mills that was enacted by the ...
  • All local Social Security offices are closed to the public for in-person service in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Secure online services remain available at socialsecurity.gov. Local offices will continue to provide services by phone....
  • All Bureau of Motor Vehicles offices in Maine closed March 17 to prevent the spread of COVID-19 among staff and the public. The BMV offices will remain closed until further notice. Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap is ...
  • On Monday, March 23, the Five Town CSD and Camden Rockport school boards will hold its scheduled budget meetings to present the 2020-2021 school budgets and to give the public an opportunity to ask questions and ...
  • Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap encourages all Maine residents to use the Department of the Secretary of State’s online services to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles offers a ...
  • Eye on Augusta: Coronavirus Shutdown and Testing, Right to Food, Microgrids, Safeguards on Outsourcing and More
    Legis- lative leaders have decided to wrap up the Maine Legislature’s second session early this Tuesday, March 17, in order to mitigate transmission of COVID-19, known commonly as the coronavirus. In a joint statement, Senate ...
  • Like most folks, I’ve been focused on the coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) — talking and planning with my family, friends and neighbors, as well as my fellow legislators in Augusta. Back on March 5, the Maine CDC briefed the ...
  • Maine Board of Environmental Protection will meet at 9 a.m. on Thursday, April 9, at the Calumet Club, 334 West River Road, in Augusta, to consider whether Nordic Aquafarms has sufficient land rights along the route of a ...
  • Eye on Augusta: Health Care, HFCs, Weed, a Consumer-Owned Utility & More!
    Legisla- tive commit- tees in Augusta are finally wrapping up work on a range of bills for the short second session, and soon the full Legislature will begin voting on several initiatives including criminal justice reform, a proposal to create a ...
  • Sen. Dave Miramant: Creating a Sustainable Economy
    Late last year, I joined Gov. Janet Mills as she unveiled Maine’s 10-year Strategic Economic Development Plan. All year, the Department of Economic and Community Development worked diligently to write the plan, which will ...
  • Eye on Augusta: Supplemental Budget, Sports Betting and Mental Health Crisis Centers
    For the next two weeks, the Legislature’s powerful Appropriations Committee will continue to hold public hearings on Governor Janet Mills’ $127 million supplemental budget. The biggest-ticket item in the proposal is $32 million for K-12 ...
  • Notes from the Nordic Aquafarms Hearings
    Nordic Aquafarms posted to Facebook the morning of February 11: “Showtime!” Representatives of the company spent most of the next week in front of the Maine Board of Environmental Protection, which is reviewing four critical ...
  • Mainers who earned less than $56,000 last year may be eligible for the federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). Eligible filers could receive a credit worth up to $6,557 on their federal tax return: the value of the credit varies based on income, whether the filer has children, and how many. Because the credit is refundable, it can lead to larger refunds even if the filer has no tax obligation.
  • The Last Word (or 3,000) on Impeachment
    Following is a transcript of closing arguments from the final representative of each side in the U.S. Senate’s impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, which ended February 4, with the Senate voting on party lines ...
  • Eye on Augusta: Aquaculture, Criminal Histories, Name Changes for Transgender People & More
    As aquaculture operations continue to expand, residents in coastal towns have been fiercely debating how to balance the need for new economic development with commercial fishing and environmental concerns....
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