Morning Show Madness: Movie Edition
March Madness may have been cancelled, but we still want to have some fun while we are all quarantined at home, so we made a bracket of our own.
Augusta Issues Expanded Business Restrictions Due To COVID-19
he city of Augusta has issued an order today (March 26) which expanded business restrictions that were put in place last week, but the city stopped short of issuing a shelter in place order for residents.
UMaine System To Issue Refunds For Student Room And Board
Students attending the University of Maine system will be getting a 46% refund of their room and board fees because of the shutdown due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Here Are Some of Central Maine’s Shout Outs To Local Businesses and Individuals
These are some crazy times we are living in, but even with everything that is going on in the world, we still see and hear stories of local businesses and people going above and beyond to help others in their community.
Manchester’s The Study Hall Offering Free Online Tutoring
Starting this week, The Study Hall in Manchester will be offering free online tutoring to kids in grades 1-6 until April 25.
PUBLIC NOTICE – Kennebec Sanitary Treatment District Holding Emergency Meeting 3/21/2020
The Kennebec Sanitary Treatment District (KSTD) will be holding an emergency meeting of its Board of Trustees on Saturday, March 21 at 10:00 a.m.
Augusta’s Wander Pizza Offering Free Pizzas To Service And Hospitality Workers Who Have Lo…
While the coronavirus crisis has dealt a harsh blow to restaurants and other local businesses, there are still bright spots, as people begin to reach out to help others in crisis.
Got Coronavirus Questions? CDC To Hold Online Webinar March 18
In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the federal CDC will be holding an online public webinar on Facebook live on March 18 at 1 p.m.
UPDATE- City of Augusta Implementing Curfew For Certain Businesses
In response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, City of Augusta officials have implemented a curfew for certain businesses
Supporting Each Other – Central Maine Business and Community Resource Guide
The ongoing COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation is a fluid one, and while we will be updating this list on a daily basis, we cannot guarantee that all information is accurate at the time of viewing