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Friday, June 5, 2020
  • Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap is now accepting public comment on the proposed wording of the energy transmission project citizens’ initiative question that will appear on the November 3, 2020, Referendum Election ...
  • The Thomaston Select Board has voted to extend the interest date on overdue taxes to July 1. The due date for the second payment is still June 1, but interest will not be charged until July 1, giving a 30-day grace ...
  • Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap and the Maine State Archives have launched the New Century Community Grant Program for the preservation of archival collections. The program will provide resources for collecting institutions ...
  • Maine State Treasurer Henry Beck recently announced the addition of more than $14 million to Maine’s Unclaimed Property Fund, and Mainers are being urged to check whether any of that cash belongs to them....
  • The leaders of Maine’s higher education institutions are working together to develop a reopening framework that will be shared with Gov. Janet Mills and state health officials in early June. University of Maine System Chancellor ...
  • Gov. Janet Mills announced May 18 that the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention has eliminated its testing prioritization system and is now allowing health care providers in Maine to seek testing for anyone they suspect ...
  • The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs recently released a coronavirus chatbot, which is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to quickly triage COVID-19 symptoms and answer questions about testing options, stimulus ...
  • The Thomaston Town Office will be open to the public with restrictions beginning on Monday, June 1. Regular hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday. All staff are required to wear a face ...
  • Sen. Dave Miramant: Mainers Help Each Other Out. It’s What We Do
    As Mainers, we know how to handle tough times. Whether it’s our cold winters, days we’re forced to go without power after a storm, or our hardy traditions of making a living off the land or sea, it’s never a surprise when we ...
  • The Knox County Emergency Management Agency has launched a community resource page of interactive maps and associated information links to help residents navigate business and services openings as Knox County ...
  • The U.S. Census Bureau sent mailers to every household between March 12 and 20 with instructions for participating in this year’s census. Data from the census are used to determine the state’s share of federal funds, which can be ...
  • Maine Department of Health and Human Services has launched a statewide campaign to provide information about affordable health insurance options, particularly for people whose employment or income has been affected by the ...
  • Gov. Janet Mills and Department of Administrative and Financial Services Commissioner Kirsten Figueroa have extended the deadline for second-quarter estimated tax payments to July 15 to give Maine taxpayers financial relief ...
  • The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is providing health and housing programs to offer veterans extra support during the coronavirus pandemic. The department and its in-network community urgent care clinics are adapting ...
  • Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry Commissioner Amanda Beal called on the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Program on May 7 to temporarily lift restrictions that prevent ...
  • U.S. Senators Susan Collins and Angus King and Representatives Chellie Pingree and Jared Golden announced May 7 that Maine lobstermen, fishermen and other Mainers working in the seafood supply chain will receive ...
  • The Small Business Administration’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program loan application portal reopened May 4 with the intent to ensure that EIDL loans and EIDL advance loans are made available to agriculture-related ...
  • Gov. Janet Mills recently signed an executive order allowing remote notarization. The order temporarily suspends the provisions of Maine law that require the physical presence of a notary or witness, with certain exceptions. It will allow ...
  • Maine state financial regulators are receiving many calls from consumers complaining about financial scams, an official said this week. “It’s as if scam artists went to their playbooks and pulled out every fraudulent scheme that ...
  • The Maine Department of Labor began accepting applications for the new Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) on Friday, May 1. People whose claim does not require further review should begin receiving benefits ...
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