'Teachers on Parade:' Orono teachers find ways to safely visit their students

Thu Mar 26 16:26:48 PDT 2020

'Teachers on Parade:' Orono teachers find ways to safely visit their students

The staff at Asa C Adams Elementary school in Orono came up with a creative way to safely visit their students, who they miss so much.

Dairy Farms across the state are facing hard times

The UMaine Cooperative Extension program is offering a short term solution for any dairy farms, big or small, that are in need.

Blush Bridal finding new ways to help brides during pandemic

Wedding season is right around the corner and that means it's time for brides and bridesmaid to find that perfect dress.

Local law enforcement spreads positivity, read to kids online

In an attempt to stay connected with their community amid COVID-19, many departments have taken to their social media...

Good News: Maine community holds parade to celebrate woman's 105th birthday

Despite the coronavirus outbreak, a Maine community wasn't going to let Betty Edwards celebrate her 105th birthday without a party.

Penobscot Theatre's Dramatic Academy is challenging kids to find their inner playwright

Educators with Penobscot Theatre's Dramatic Academy are encouraging kids to get artistic. When shutdowns due to Coronavirus began to happen, the theatre had to cancel two of their kid productions for the season. But they wanted a way to still reach out to and let them know, the theatre is still there and a show of sorts will still go on.

 

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