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No More Tobacco Products at Hannaford
Hannaford is joining a list of other retailers deciding to reduce or eliminate tobacco products for sale in their stores.
July is Here, Time to File Your 2019 Taxes
July is here and is time to file and pay up if you owe! I am taking about your taxes. The whole filing your taxes, paying your taxes thing was put on hold because of the coronavirus situation. The deadline is July 15th.
What Is the Purpose of a Tick?
Ticks are gross and caused health issues and even death. Why do they even exist? Well, they do play a roll in our ecosystem. But I still think they are gross.
Gov Mills Extends Maine’s Civil Emergency to June 11
This is NOT the same thing as Gov Mills' orders to stay healthy at home or plans to reopen Maine's businesses. Those things are still in place with their own timelines. This is different.
Flyovers to Honor Maine Health Care Workers
The Maine National Guard will honor essential workers and health care workers with a Maine Fly-Over today (May 12)
Augusta Pediatrician Makes Amazing Gift for Dr Nirav Shah
Dr. Kieran Kammerer, who is the Medical Director at Kennebec Pediatrics, is also an extremely talented artist in woodworking at Hallowell Woodworks and now he is creating custom metal signs. Check out this creation for Dr. Shah the head of the Maine CDC.
April 22: Earth Day 2020
Earth Day is 50 this year, but for 2020 things will be a bit different since we can’t get together and have events. But we still can learn something and do something.
Maine’s ‘The Hermit’ Documentary is Now Free to Watch
Remember The North Pond Hermit? Well, there has been a short documentary film done. It is very interesting and only about 25 minutes. Check out where you can watch it for free right now.
Blue Hearts Abound On Maine CDC Building in Downtown Augusta
I am not sure where they started but I noticed them yesterday...many floors on the Key Bank Building in Downtown Augusta have blue hearts in the windows. That building is also the home to the Maine Center for Disease Controle and Prevention. Hummmm....
Today is Red Kettle Day for the Salvation Army in Northern New England
Red Kettle donations have been down for the season but it is your chance to donate today in person and online.