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Augusta’s Pet Pantry Is Now Open Once A Month
Did you there is a pet pantry in Augusta? Yes, the Amy Buxton Pet Pantry runs out of the South Parish Church. How you can help keep this project strong and a community resource.
Birdability.org To Promote Birding for Mainers
This website looks to make birding and being nature more accessible to everyone.
Augusta To Consider A New Flag Policy
In Augusta, they do not have a policy on flying flags other than traditional choices like the US and state flags.
How Are Maine’s COVID Numbers Since Mandates Were Dropped?
It has been a few weeks since most of the mask mandates and physical distancing requirements were lifted in Maine.
June Municipal Election Days For Some Maine Communities
Some, not all, Maine communities have local elections this month, and some, but not all, are having them today.
Learn How To Dehydrate Your Gardens Goodies in UMaine Webinar
If you are the type of person who ends up with extras of the good stuff out of the garden and wants to up your game on preserving that food, the University of Maine is holding a series of webinars on food preservation.
Waterville Declares Public Heath Emergency on Browntail Moth Caterpillars
The browntail moth caterpillar shed hairs that are poisonous and can cause a rash that is like poison ivy.
Maine Walmarts Are Going Bagless July 1st
Bring your own bags or a bin for your car if you are shopping at Walmarts in Maine.
Fun At Home or In-Town with a “Scavenger Hunt”
Scavenger Hunts on the Let's Go app for a community or even at home and it sounds perfect for family fun or a date night.
Maine Is Looking To Expand MaineCare To Include Dental
Dental services for adults could become part of MaineCare.
Wilton May Hold A Scaled Back Blueberry Festival For 2021
Wilton is currently working on a scaled-back version of the Wilton Blueberry Festival.
Maine Celtics Going Green to Feed Maine Kids
The Maine Celtics had a going green program where they planted seeds that were grown into seedlings and donated to the gardens.
The Story of Augusta’s Goosey is Charming
If you grew up in Augusta, have been around Augusta for a while, or you went to Farrington School in Augusta…you know about Goose, Georgie the Goose, or Goosey. Now there is a new book that brings the story to life.
Paris, Maine Town Office Offers Allure Perfume Review
The twist on the fashion magazine doing this perfume review is…they asked different communities named Paris to take part.
Augusta’s Lithgow Library Ready For Summer
Lithgow Public Library summer plans and no appointment necessary now to browse the library's collections.
Maine Goes Five Days With No Reported COVID Deaths
The number of cases continues to trend down, and the vaccine rates continue to trend up for Maine.